Back on Track

Back on Track is Ontario’s Remedial Measures Program, for drivers convicted of or suspended for Impaired Driving.  Back on Track is offered in partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). 

After being convicted of an impaired driving offence or receiving a warn range suspension, individuals receive a suspension notice from the Ministry of Transportation.  The notice includes the remedial requirement and the length of the licence suspension.  It is recommended that clients register for Back on Track as soon as possible after receiving their suspension notice by visiting or calling 1-888-814-5831.

The program requirements for an impaired driving conviction are: assessment, education/treatment workshop and a six month telephone follow-up interview.  Based on the results of the assessment, clients are referred to either the education workshop (1 day) or the treatment workshop (2 days).  For a warn range suspension, clients are required to take the education or treatment workshop depending on the number of prior suspensions.  The education and treatment workshops are offered on weekends. 

Eligibility Criteria

Age: 18+
Legal Status: Convicted of impaired driving offence or suspended at the roadside in the Warn Range. 
Gender: Male or Female
Other: As of April 20, 2020, impaired driving conviction the program fee is $634.00 and for a warn range suspension the program fee is $294.


William Stokeld, M.A., R.P.

Phone: Office 519-756-1117 Ext. 2303, Cell 519-717-3075
Fax: (519) 759-6774