Intervention Programs

Intervention Programs is a part of the Criminal Justice department and is located on the West Campus of Amarillo College. Intervention Programs primarily serves individuals who have legal issues and have been ordered to complete a course as a requirement by a court or legal official. However, in appropriate situations, all courses can be beneficial to the general public and are available to them. You may click on a link below to obtain course descriptions, schedules, and registration information on any of our programs. Please contact us if you have any questions or require further assistance at 806-356-3649 or

Map of West Campus with Parking Locations

Course Schedules/Information:

Alcohol Education Program for Minors

Anger Management - Classroom Course

Anger Management - Home Study

Animal Accountability Program

Cognitive Behavioral Change Program - Home Study

Defensive Driving - Classroom Course

Defensive Driving - Online Course

DWI Alcohol Education Program

DWI Intervention Repeat Offender Program

Freedom From Tobacco - FREE CLASS

Learn2Serve  Online TABC Seller-Server Training (Only $10.99)  

Parenting Cognitive Lifeskills - Home Study

Parent-Taught Online Drivers Ed Course

Responsible Money Management - Home Study

Seatbelt/Child Safety - Online Course 

Shoplifting/Other Theft Program - Classroom Course

Shoplifting/Other Theft Course - Home Study

Texas Adult Drivers Ed (for 18-24 year olds needing a license)

Youth Tobacco Awareness Program

Youth/Parent Cognitive Lifeskills - Home Study