(1) During the first 12 months of participation in a 18-month program, the DUI program shall require the participant to complete a core program consisting of:
(A) Twelve hours of alcohol and other drug related educational sessions in accordance with Section 9852.
(B) Fifty-two hours of group counseling sessions in accordance with Section 9854.
(C) One face-to-face interview every other week from the initial date of enrollment until completion of the educational and group counseling sessions required in (e)(1)(A) and (B) immediately above. In either instance, the DUI program shall require each participant to attend a minimum of 24 face to face interviews. Face-to-face interviews shall be provided in accordance with Section 9858. If the participant takes longer than 12 months to complete the educational and group counseling sessions required in (e)(1)(A) and (B) immediately above, the DUI program may charge for any additional face-to-face interviews provided based on the approved unit of service fee for face-to-face interviews.
(D) Any additional county requirements approved pursuant to Section 9860.
(2) During the last six months of participation in an 18-month program, the DUI program shall require the participant to complete a community re-entry phase, consisting of participation in self-help groups, employment, family, and other areas of self-improvement.
(A) The DUI program shall monitor the participant’s progress during the community re-entry phase.
(B) The DUI program shall provide no more than six hours of monitoring.
(C) The DUI program shall not allow the participant to begin the community reentry phase until the participant has completed the core program requirements specified in (e)(1) of this regulation.