Responsible Driver Program

About RDP

The Responsible Driver Program (RDP) is a remedial program for people with alcohol or drug-related driving prohibitions or convictions. Under Section 25.1 & 25.2 of the Motor Vehicle Act (MVA), people whose driving records meet certain criteria are required to complete RDP. Below is a summary of what to expect while enrolled in the Responsible Driver Program.

What to Expect During RDP

Stroh Health Care’s contract to deliver the Responsible Driver Program (RDP) ends on June 15th, 2024, and we will cease registering drivers on that date. However, drivers who have registered with us and selected a group in a timely manner will have sufficient time to complete their groups and graduate from the program before we wind up all RDP operations on June 15th, 2025.

If you have not completed the Responsible Driver Program with Stroh Health Care and paid any outstanding invoices by June 15th, 2025, then all your progress and payments will forfeit, and you will be required to re-register and re-pay a new program fee with the new service provider.

Stroh Health Care does not have any additional information any other changes to the program at this time.

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