It’s an easy process. You call and set a date to come in. I don’t know where you are located, but They are located in Valparaiso. Once there they will ask what happened, just be honest. You will go through a series of computer questions about relationships, substance abuse, etc. It took less than an hour if I remember correctly. They will go over results and call you (took about a week for me) to go over your contract. They will send you contract (RMA) that will need to be signed and notarized. Before you sign your contract you will have to have drug testing done. Everyone’s experience is different (I think it depends on your case manager). Some I have talked to had hair, blood, and urine. I only had to do a urine screen. Most likely your contract will be 3 yrs. I know some have gotten 5 though, but that doesn’t seem to be common. You will have drug tests about every couple of weeks. You will have a number of self help meetings a week (they can be anything. Na, SMART, aa, nursing support, therapy) you may have other requirements as well (quarterly psychiatrist etc). From what I have read, Indiana isn’t nearly as bad as other states programs, BUT... if there is a question of diversion, and you have to go before the board, everything will be public. Also, I’m not sure where you are located but if it’s Marion county you will most likely be charged (if they have proof anyway). Every case is different though, so it’s hard to tell you what to be expecting, but be prepared for that. I have been in for 5 months, and it’s very doable. Let me know if you have any questions. It soooo scary at first! It does get better I promise!