Danger Without Intentions

Office      (512) 924-9637
Toll Free  (866) 893-2821
Email:      dwi@gvtc.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Should you have a question(s), please feel free to contact us via email or by calling either of our numbers listed above. 

Q: [We often get ask if we are Texas State Certified for teaching the for Alcohol and Drug Awareness programs for (DWI, DUI, MIP, MIC, PI, etc.)?]

A: [We are NOT State Certified for teaching the DWI, DUI, MIP, MIC, PI or TAB Classes.     We are certified to teach the Alive at 25 Young Drivers Program.]


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Programs Offered

We offer the Alive at 25 Young Drivers Program which was developed by National Safety County and is Texas State Certified the Texas Education Agency.  We have joined National Safety Council and the Texas Education Agency to assist in their mission of saving lives by preventing injuries and deaths on the roads through education.

Our statistics show that participants who complete the Drunk Driving / Victim's Impact Program are significantly less likely to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. 

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a choice, and for every choice there will be a consequence, some could be deadly not only to you, but to friends, family and others on the highway.

This is 100% preventable!  If you drink or do drugs, simply DO NOT Get Behind the wheel of a vehicle, boat, motorcycle, etc.  Please think before you drink!


Choices and Consequences is a highly-effective three-hour course that serves as an overview for young adults to help them get a better understanding of the consequences of Life's Choices and Actions.

It is a 3 hour program, that focuses on the behaviors & decision-making patterns that young will be faced with, getting them to understand that for every choice there will be a consequences of which  could impact the future jobs, careers and goals.  It is designed to prevent the number students from dropping out of school.  Students who have completed the class report that CAC has given them a new understanding of how important school really is.