Illinois DUI Treatment: Level I, IIM, IIS, III

Are you confused about a court order that indicates your Illinois DUI Treatment as Level I, IIM, IIS, III? And are you confused that your DUI evaluation labels DUI Treatment in risk levels of Minimal, Moderate, Significant, or High Risk?

Why two systems for risk levels? In the past, the State of Illinois, Illinois Courts, and Illinois DUI Treatment agencies all used Level I, IIM, IIS, and III as risk levels.  Now, however, the risk levels are to be labeled as Minimal, Moderate, Significant or High Risk, and as with any changes, you will find that some still use the old labels.

Therefore, to help you understand your treatment/risk level, the following is a list of the corresponding risk levels:

1. Level I = Minimal Risk = 10 hours of DUI Risk Education;

2. Level IIM = Moderate Risk = 10 hours of DUI Risk Education & 12 hours of early intervention group classes;

3. Level IIS = Significant Risk = 10 hours of DUI Risk Education, 20 hours of DUI Treatment, & 6 months of continuing care treatment;

4. Level III = High Risk = 75 hours of DUI Treatment & 12 months of continuing care.

Risk Levels are determined by an Illinois DUI Evaluation.  The Birt Group is licensed to provide DUI evaluations, updated evaluations, and evaluations for Secretary of State hearings.

The Birt Group also provides Level I, IIM, IIS and III (Minimal, Moderate, Significant, & High Risk) services for clients in Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Naperville, Warrenville, Winfield, Carol Stream, Bloomingdale, Lombard, Elmhurst, Downers Grove, and Oak Brook as well as other cities located in DuPage County. We have experience serving clients in Cook County, Coles County, McDonough County, Will County, and Kane County as well as other counties in Illinois.

To enroll in our services at The Birt Group, please contact (630) 891-2478 or contact us via our website’s Contact Page.


Erin Birt, the owner and one of the counselors at TBG, has over 10 years of experience working with clients affected by a DUI offense.  In addition to being an attorney with past DUI experience, Erin has been working in the field of substance abuse and addiction since 2008.  Ms. Birt is also an adjunct professor at Aurora University in the Criminal Justice Department.


Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
Posted on: No Comments

Comments are closed.