During any litigation process, the resources that you use impact the outcome. We've compiled some suggested providers and resources.

The Virginia Safety Action Program (VASAP)

VASAP offers a multitude of beneficial programs – for example, VASAP offers reckless and aggressive driving classes that you can take to assist you in earning a positive outcome if charged with any traffic offense. You can also pre-enroll in ASAP classes if charged with a DWI/DUI. Available classes:

Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

In Virginia, the outcome of your traffic matter is largely dependent on your driving history. A driver in Virginia can have a maximum of 5 positive driving points on their record. In contrast, demerit points are assigned for negative driving behavior. To improve your point balance, adults age 20 and above can take driver improvement courses online.* View a list of online classes approved by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles that you can complete to earn good driving points. 

*Juveniles and adults under 20 may also take a class but must do so in person.


Student's rights and responsibilities and code of behavior manuals, listed by county, in Virginia. These publications explain various school regulations and procedures:

Substance Abuse

Alcohol and drug abuse can have devastating effects on individuals and their families. These agencies and individuals can help you in the recovery process:

Mental Health

A variety of organizations and professionals provide evaluations to diagnose mental health conditions and also provide treatment. Some professionals and resources: