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Alcohol Ed Program for Minors$65

Course Description: This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for minors convicted of first or subsequent offenses for the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in addition to assessment of a fine. Failure to complete the alcohol awareness course within 90 days of conviction will result in a license suspension of up to 6 months. This course is also appropriate for DUI-Minor offenders, and as a sanction for those who have consumed alcohol in violation of their probation or parole, are under the age of 21, and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This two-session program is designed to help participants increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs among young people. The curriculum contains information on the following topics: societal values related to alcohol consumption by minors, the influence of alcohol advertising on young people, the physical, social and psychological effects of alcohol upon young people; the relationship between motor vehicle and other accidents and alcohol use; relevant laws relating to the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors, drinking patterns and problems of young people including abuse and addiction and decision-making skills. INTERVENTION PROGRAMS - (806) 356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196189 NFUND-1401-2013 Raul Dominguez 7
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Feb 15 - Feb 17 MW 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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Alcohol Ed Program for Minors$65

Course Description: This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for minors convicted of first or subsequent offenses for the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in addition to assessment of a fine. Failure to complete the alcohol awareness course within 90 days of conviction will result in a license suspension of up to 6 months. This course is also appropriate for DUI-Minor offenders, and as a sanction for those who have consumed alcohol in violation of their probation or parole, are under the age of 21, and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This two-session program is designed to help participants increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs among young people. The curriculum contains information on the following topics: societal values related to alcohol consumption by minors, the influence of alcohol advertising on young people, the physical, social and psychological effects of alcohol upon young people; the relationship between motor vehicle and other accidents and alcohol use; relevant laws relating to the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors, drinking patterns and problems of young people including abuse and addiction and decision-making skills. INTERVENTION PROGRAMS - (806) 356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196190 NFUND-1401-3007 Raul Dominguez 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Mar 22 - Mar 24 MW 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

Alcohol Ed Program for Minors$65

Course Description: This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for minors convicted of first or subsequent offenses for the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in addition to assessment of a fine. Failure to complete the alcohol awareness course within 90 days of conviction will result in a license suspension of up to 6 months. This course is also appropriate for DUI-Minor offenders, and as a sanction for those who have consumed alcohol in violation of their probation or parole, are under the age of 21, and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This two-session program is designed to help participants increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs among young people. The curriculum contains information on the following topics: societal values related to alcohol consumption by minors, the influence of alcohol advertising on young people, the physical, social and psychological effects of alcohol upon young people; the relationship between motor vehicle and other accidents and alcohol use; relevant laws relating to the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors, drinking patterns and problems of young people including abuse and addiction and decision-making skills. INTERVENTION PROGRAMS - (806) 356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196191 NFUND-1401-3008 Raul Dominguez 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Apr 19 - Apr 21 MW 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

Alcohol Ed Program for Minors$65

Course Description: This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for minors convicted of first or subsequent offenses for the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in addition to assessment of a fine. Failure to complete the alcohol awareness course within 90 days of conviction will result in a license suspension of up to 6 months. This course is also appropriate for DUI-Minor offenders, and as a sanction for those who have consumed alcohol in violation of their probation or parole, are under the age of 21, and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This two-session program is designed to help participants increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs among young people. The curriculum contains information on the following topics: societal values related to alcohol consumption by minors, the influence of alcohol advertising on young people, the physical, social and psychological effects of alcohol upon young people; the relationship between motor vehicle and other accidents and alcohol use; relevant laws relating to the purchase, possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors, drinking patterns and problems of young people including abuse and addiction and decision-making skills. INTERVENTION PROGRAMS - (806) 356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196192 NFUND-1401-3009 Raul Dominguez 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
May 10 - May 12 MW 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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Anger Management$95

Intervention Programs 806-356-3649 Course Description: This researched and evidence-based course is most often required for persons who have been convicted of and/or placed on probation for an assaultive offense. It is also appropriate for anyone who would like assistance in reducing stress, controlling emotions, or reducing aggressive behavior. This 4-session, 12 hour program is designed to help participants understand why people use violence, discover how attitudes can override values, learn how to identify and control strong emotions, learn how to develop a plan to alter present behavior, learn to gain better self-control, learn to walk away from confrontations, establish goal-directed behavior patterns, and make a firm commitment never to repeat as a criminal offender, if applicable.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196194 NFUND-1401-3010 Mary Villalon 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Apr 13 - Apr 21 TR 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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Anger Management$95

Intervention Programs 806-356-3649 Course Description: This researched and evidence-based course is most often required for persons who have been convicted of and/or placed on probation for an assaultive offense. It is also appropriate for anyone who would like assistance in reducing stress, controlling emotions, or reducing aggressive behavior. This 4-session, 12 hour program is designed to help participants understand why people use violence, discover how attitudes can override values, learn how to identify and control strong emotions, learn how to develop a plan to alter present behavior, learn to gain better self-control, learn to walk away from confrontations, establish goal-directed behavior patterns, and make a firm commitment never to repeat as a criminal offender, if applicable.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196195 NFUND-1401-2014 Mary Villalon 8
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Feb 09 - Feb 18 TR 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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Animal Accountability Program$40

This standardized program is 6 hours in length and is designed for animal-related misdemeanor offenders. The program purpose is to intervene and educate participants about local and state laws related to animals as well as promote responsible pet ownership. Specific course topics include City of Amarillo animal ordinances (Running at Large, Rabies Vaccines and Tags, Rabies Quarantines, Dangerous Animals, Improper Tethering, Improper Disposal, Kenneling, Inhumane Treatment, and more). State statutes regarding animal crimes, proper animal socialization, the importance of spay/neuter, the dangers of tethering, common fixes to animal issues, dog training information, and the relationship between responsible pet ownership and public safety will also be explained. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196433 NFUND-1401-2025 Raul Dominguez 12
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Jan 30 - Jan 30 S 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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Animal Accountability Program$40

This standardized program is 6 hours in length and is designed for animal-related misdemeanor offenders. The program purpose is to intervene and educate participants about local and state laws related to animals as well as promote responsible pet ownership. Specific course topics include City of Amarillo animal ordinances (Running at Large, Rabies Vaccines and Tags, Rabies Quarantines, Dangerous Animals, Improper Tethering, Improper Disposal, Kenneling, Inhumane Treatment, and more). State statutes regarding animal crimes, proper animal socialization, the importance of spay/neuter, the dangers of tethering, common fixes to animal issues, dog training information, and the relationship between responsible pet ownership and public safety will also be explained. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196442 NFUND-1401-3019 Raul Dominguez 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Mar 27 - Mar 27 S 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 112
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

Animal Accountability Program$40

This standardized program is 6 hours in length and is designed for animal-related misdemeanor offenders. The program purpose is to intervene and educate participants about local and state laws related to animals as well as promote responsible pet ownership. Specific course topics include City of Amarillo animal ordinances (Running at Large, Rabies Vaccines and Tags, Rabies Quarantines, Dangerous Animals, Improper Tethering, Improper Disposal, Kenneling, Inhumane Treatment, and more). State statutes regarding animal crimes, proper animal socialization, the importance of spay/neuter, the dangers of tethering, common fixes to animal issues, dog training information, and the relationship between responsible pet ownership and public safety will also be explained. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196450 NFUND-1401-3020 Raul Dominguez 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
May 22 - May 22 S 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 103
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DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196263 NFUND-1401-2017 Jennifer Mayes 6
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Jan 29 - Jan 29 F 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Jan 30 - Jan 31 SU 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196265 NFUND-1401-2018 James Cameron 10
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Feb 08 - Feb 10 MWF 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196266 NFUND-1401-2019 Jennifer Mayes 14
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Feb 26 - Feb 26 F 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Feb 27 - Feb 28 SU 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196267 NFUND-1401-3013 James Cameron 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Mar 08 - Mar 10 MWF 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196268 NFUND-1401-3014 Jennifer Mayes 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Mar 26 - Mar 26 F 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Mar 27 - Mar 28 SU 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196269 NFUND-1401-3015 James Cameron 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Apr 05 - Apr 07 MWF 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196270 NFUND-1401-3016 Jennifer Mayes 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Apr 23 - Apr 23 F 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Apr 24 - Apr 25 SU 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196273 NFUND-1401-3017 James Cameron 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
May 03 - May 05 MWF 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

DWI Alcohol Ed Program$95

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of first offense DWI and receiving probation. Failure to complete the program within 180 days (unless an extension was granted) from the date probation was granted will result in the offender's license being revoked. The license cannot be reinstated until the educational program is completed. Due to the general alcohol education components in this course, it is also an appropriate sanction for those who have violated their probation or parole through the use of alcohol alone or because of an alcohol-related arrest (such as Public Intoxication) and do not appear to have a major substance abuse problem. This standardized program is 12 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge about alcohol and drugs as these substances relate to driving skills, to identify their own individual drinking/drug use and driving patterns, and to assist them in developing plans which will reduce the probability of future DWI behavior. Specific course topics include alcohol/drug and traffic safety problems, Texas laws relating to DWI, effects of alcohol/drugs on humans, alcohol/drugs and driving task abilities, chemical dependency, symptoms of dependency, sources of assistance, costs of DWI, and decision-making. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196274 NFUND-1401-3018 Jennifer Mayes 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
May 21 - May 21 F 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
May 22 - May 23 SU 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 113
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DWI Repeat Offender$240

This program is certified by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Offender Education Programs. It is required by law for persons convicted of subsequent DWI offenses. Failure to complete the program will result in the offender's license being revoked until the program has been completed. This standardized program is 32 hours in length and is designed for multiple DWI offenders and/or others who have alcohol/drug related problems for which the first offender program was not designed to address. The program purpose is to intervene in the alcohol/drug abusing lifestyles of the offenders in order to encourage entry into treatment where indicated as well as to prevent further substance abuse related problems. Specific course topics include lifestyle issues, values, self-esteem, positive thinking vs. irrational beliefs, responsibility, physiological/psychological effects of drugs, alcoholism, chemical dependency, how drug abuse affects family members, co-dependency, Al-Anon, treatment options, 12-Step Self-Help Groups, peer pressure, relapse prevention, problem solving and action planning. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196399 NFUND-1401-2023 Jennifer Mayes 12
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Feb 16 - Apr 08 TR 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 110C
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Freedom From Tobacco$25

If you are age 18 or older and want to quit smoking, dipping, or chewing, then this 2-session, 5-hour course is for you. Tobacco treatment specialists trained through the Mayo Clinic will provide you with the necessary tools to tackle nicotine cravings and prepare you for a Quit Date. Studies have shown that working with a tobacco treatment specialist doubles your chances of stopping smoking. This class is a joint-initiative with Tobacco Free Amarillo, so it is very affordable. In addition, you may be eligible to receive a free starter supply of nicotine replacement therapy products (patches, gum, lozenges). Additional post-course support will be discussed to help you succeed at quitting and remaining tobacco-free. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course. This program can help those who just need a little extra push, as well as those who have almost given up - and everyone in between. People who quit using tobacco save money, and feel healthier and more in control. You CAN succeed, and we can help. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196452 NFUND-1401-2027 Joseph Dad 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Feb 16 - Feb 18 TR 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 101
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

Freedom From Tobacco$25

If you are age 18 or older and want to quit smoking, dipping, or chewing, then this 2-session, 5-hour course is for you. Tobacco treatment specialists trained through the Mayo Clinic will provide you with the necessary tools to tackle nicotine cravings and prepare you for a Quit Date. Studies have shown that working with a tobacco treatment specialist doubles your chances of stopping smoking. This class is a joint-initiative with Tobacco Free Amarillo, so it is very affordable. In addition, you may be eligible to receive a free starter supply of nicotine replacement therapy products (patches, gum, lozenges). Additional post-course support will be discussed to help you succeed at quitting and remaining tobacco-free. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course. This program can help those who just need a little extra push, as well as those who have almost given up - and everyone in between. People who quit using tobacco save money, and feel healthier and more in control. You CAN succeed, and we can help. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196453 NFUND-1401-3021 Joseph Dad 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Mar 23 - Mar 25 TR 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 101
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

Freedom From Tobacco$25

If you are age 18 or older and want to quit smoking, dipping, or chewing, then this 2-session, 5-hour course is for you. Tobacco treatment specialists trained through the Mayo Clinic will provide you with the necessary tools to tackle nicotine cravings and prepare you for a Quit Date. Studies have shown that working with a tobacco treatment specialist doubles your chances of stopping smoking. This class is a joint-initiative with Tobacco Free Amarillo, so it is very affordable. In addition, you may be eligible to receive a free starter supply of nicotine replacement therapy products (patches, gum, lozenges). Additional post-course support will be discussed to help you succeed at quitting and remaining tobacco-free. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course. This program can help those who just need a little extra push, as well as those who have almost given up - and everyone in between. People who quit using tobacco save money, and feel healthier and more in control. You CAN succeed, and we can help. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196454 NFUND-1401-3022 Joseph Dad 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Apr 20 - Apr 22 TR 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 101
Clicking Add to Cart will add any Co-Requisite courses to your cart.

Freedom From Tobacco$25

If you are age 18 or older and want to quit smoking, dipping, or chewing, then this 2-session, 5-hour course is for you. Tobacco treatment specialists trained through the Mayo Clinic will provide you with the necessary tools to tackle nicotine cravings and prepare you for a Quit Date. Studies have shown that working with a tobacco treatment specialist doubles your chances of stopping smoking. This class is a joint-initiative with Tobacco Free Amarillo, so it is very affordable. In addition, you may be eligible to receive a free starter supply of nicotine replacement therapy products (patches, gum, lozenges). Additional post-course support will be discussed to help you succeed at quitting and remaining tobacco-free. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course. This program can help those who just need a little extra push, as well as those who have almost given up - and everyone in between. People who quit using tobacco save money, and feel healthier and more in control. You CAN succeed, and we can help. Intervention Programs 806-356-3649

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196455 NFUND-1401-3023 Joseph Dad 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
May 18 - May 20 TR 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 101
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Shoplifting/Other Theft Prgrm$65

Intervention Programs 806-356-3649 Course Description: This course is most often required for persons who have been convicted of and/or placed on probation for Shoplifting or for some other Theft offense. This researched and evidence-based program is 6 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge of shoplifting and other forms of theft and how these offenses affect everyone, to identify the motives and triggers for committing these offenses, to learn how our behaviors are influenced by values and attitudes, to learn the consequences of their behavior, to obtain remediation skills to stop the temptation to shoplift or steal, and to recognize that shoplifting and theft are not "victimless" crimes.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196259 NFUND-1401-3011 Joann Cruz-Perez 14
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Mar 27 - Mar 27 S 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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Shoplifting/Other Theft Prgrm$65

Intervention Programs 806-356-3649 Course Description: This course is most often required for persons who have been convicted of and/or placed on probation for Shoplifting or for some other Theft offense. This researched and evidence-based program is 6 hours in length and is designed to help offenders increase their knowledge of shoplifting and other forms of theft and how these offenses affect everyone, to identify the motives and triggers for committing these offenses, to learn how our behaviors are influenced by values and attitudes, to learn the consequences of their behavior, to obtain remediation skills to stop the temptation to shoplift or steal, and to recognize that shoplifting and theft are not "victimless" crimes.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
196261 NFUND-1401-3012 Joann Cruz-Perez 15
Date(s) Days and Times Location
May 22 - May 22 S 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Amarillo College West Campus WCC - 125
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