OWI 12 Hour and Weekend Classes

If you must be in compliance with a court order, and you are required to attend the OWI 12 hour or 48 hour weekend class, Self-Awareness will provide those classes. The purpose of these classes is to satisfy your OWI obligations to the court without going to jail, at the same time providing you with information about alcohol abuse to encourage low-risk choices.
12 Hour OWI Classes
48 Hour OWI Weekend Classes
96 Hour OWI Weekend Classes

Self-Awareness OWI 12 Hour class and 48 Hour weekend OWI classes meet the Department of Education and Department of Transportation requirements under Iowa law 321J.17.

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Upcoming OWI Classes

STARTING JAN. 1, 2018
THE 12 HOUR OWI CLASS WILL COST $185.

OWI 12 Hour Class Location:
Self-Awareness
2301 Forest Ave. Des Moines, IA
Friday Jan. 12th and Saturday Jan. 13th, 2018
Classes start sharply at 5:00pm

OWI 48 Hour Class Location:
Quality Inn & Suites
201 SE Delaware Ave. Ankeny, IA 50021
Friday Dec. 22th through Sunday Dec. 24th, 2017
Friday Jan. 26th through Sunday Jan. 28th, 2018
Classes start sharply at 5:00pm

Cancellations Only Under Emergency Situations.

12 Hour Class: $185.
48 Hour Double Room: $325.
48 Hour Single Room (if available): $450.
96 Hour double Room: $650.
96 Hour Single Room (if available): $850.

OWI CLASSES

OWI Weekend Class Location:

Quality Inn & Suites
201 SE Delaware Ave. Ankeny, IA 50021
Colonial Breakfast. No smoking in the rooms. Cash, credit cards, and money orders accepted. No personal checks. No Refunds.

What is OWI?

Drunk driving is commonly called DUI, or Driving Under the Influence, or DWI, or Driving While Intoxicated. In Iowa, the charge is called Operating While Intoxicated, or OWI. It is a crime to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, or with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or above, or with any amount of any controlled substance in the blood or urine.
Drunk driving is a very common offense, and many people are caught after making an honest mistake of getting behind the wheel after one or a few too many drinks. Iowa law recognizes this, and allows, in some cases, for deferred judgment.