The Driver’s License Recovery Program is available to people working to reinstate suspended drivers’ licenses through partnerships with the court systems and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Who is eligible for this program?
Any individual who has a suspended license because of:
AND needs a license in order to meet basic needs such as:
*Persons with suspensions due only to DUIs or OWIs are not eligible. The program is unable to address revocations or any issues out of state.
How does the Driver’s License Recovery Program work?
The YWCA offers an open Information Clinic, where you will get more information about your license suspension and steps you can take to get it reinstated. This initial meeting is to determine if you are eligible for enrollment. After this initial consultation, you may be placed on a waiting list to receive services if needed.
YWCA Driver’s License Information Clinic is offered two times per month. Additional clinics may be scheduled periodically:
Intake appointments with the program coordinator usually take 10-15 minutes. Walk-ins are accepted. Please note that info clinic hours may be changed or cancelled due to circumstances such as holidays, staff vacation, or severe weather.
Click to download the intake form. Attending one of the info clinics listed above is strongly recommended. However, if you cannot make it to one of the clinics, please complete the intake form and drop it off at one of our locations (2040 S. Park Street or 101 E. Mifflin Street) or you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call 608.257.1436, option 3
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