Welcome to the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP)
ADAP is an acronym that stands for Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program. In Georgia, teens under the age of 18 are required by law to show proof that they have completed ADAP in order to obtain their Class D driver's license.
Request a copy of your ADAP certificate by contacting 770-898-9822
The mission of the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program is to provide prevention education to adolescents of Georgia regarding the dangers of alcohol and drug use as it relates to the operation of motor vehicles; to ensure that instructors provide quality training; to provide for the issuance of certificates to persons who successfully complete the ADAP course.
The Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program (ADAP) is mandated by the legislature and is a partnership between the Department of Driver Services (DDS), and Department of Education (DOE). The program informs students between the ages of 13 and 17 years of age the dangers of alcohol and drug use while operating a motor vehicle. To qualify for a driver's license, a teenager must have an ADAP certificate indicating the successful completion of the ADAP curriculum.