RAASAP has moved to:
12 Chatham Heights Rd. Suite 102
Fredericksburg, VA. 22405
The RAASAP OFFICE
Wed. 11/25/15 at 11:00AM
Thurs. 11/26/15 &
11/25/15 thru 11/28/15
Reckless Aggressive Driver Education Program
Driver Improvement Program
This website is updated with cancellations when an emergency occurs
Cancellations are also posted on B101.5
The Business office is open to the public:
Monday-Thursday 8AM to 4PM
CLOSED for lunch 11AM to 12PM
Friday 8AM to 11AM
Starting 12/04/15 we will be open
Friday 8AM to 4PM
The office does not accept payments after 3:00PM
What is ASAP??
The Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP) provides probation and intervention services for the Commonwealth’s courts through its 24 ASAPs located throughout Virginia. Our mission is to improve highway safety by decreasing the incidence of driving under the influence of alcohol and other drugs, leading to the reduction of alcohol and drug related fatalities and crashes.
VASAP is a non-profit organization that works directly with the courts and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles to provide intervention services for those who are charged or convicted of a driving under the influence (DUI), alcohol or drug misdemeanor offense in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The VASAP system is user funded; fees are charged for each of the services used. In cases of financial difficulties a plan for payments will be extended for probation services. Rappahannock Area ASAP services the following jurisdictions: Fredericksburg City, the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania and Stafford. Rappahannock Area ASAP currently has a full service office centrally located near Fredericksburg City.
Completing ASAP is mandatory for all DUI convictions under Virginia State Code 18.2-271.1. Referral for entry into ASAP is court ordered after an individual has been convicted of a DUI. ASAP referral allows the client to lead a normal life while fulfilling the terms of probation, which are closely monitored by a case manager. Enrollment prior to trial can be elected by an individual charged with DUI.
The ASAP program is a very beneficial resource for the client, community and court. For many clients, this may be the first time that their substance abuse problem has been addressed. Rappahannock Area ASAP continues to strive to assist clients to be successful in the program as well as help to give them the skills and resources to cope with their substance abuse and prevent recidivism in the future.