Special Supervision Services (SSS)

Individuals through an application process are screened for eligibility into the Special Supervision Services. Admission criteria includes:

  • An applicant with a 5 year revocation must wait twelve (12) months from the revocation date to apply.
  • An applicant with a 10 year revocation must wait twenty-four (24) months from the revocation date to apply
  • Both 5 & 10 year applicants must not drive or use any alcohol /illegal drugs within the twelve (12) months prior to the application process.
  • An applicant with a permanent revocation must wait 5 years prior to application and after conviction or release from incarceration whichever occurs last. During this 5 year period the applicant must not drive or use any alcohol/illegal drugs.
  • Illegal drug use includes abuse of over the counter drugs or prescriptions.
  • An applicant shall be evaluated and supervised by the DUI program which serves the county in which the applicant lives, works or attends school.
  • The Tri-County DUI Program is one of three state-wide programs approved to provide SSS to out-of-state applicants.
  • The Special Supervision Services provides ongoing monitoring for the remaining revocation, with the provision that the restricted driver license remains in good standing with the DHSMV, Division of Driver Licenses.
  • Applicants must have completed the Level II DUI program and treatment.

Registration is required in person which can be done in our Lakeland office.

Please call Lakeland(863) 701-1919 (0)  or  Winter Haven:  863-294-4600

You can also complete the form below to schedule an appointment via email.


Tri-County Human Services, Inc.
1815 Crystal Lake Drive
Lakeland, FL 33801

Phone: 863-709-9392

Every charitable organization or sponsor which is required to register under s. 496.405, F.S., or is exempt under s. 496.406(1)(d) shall conspicuously display the following statement on every solicitation, confirmation, receipt, or reminder of a contribution: “A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.” The statement must include a toll-free number and website for the division that can be used to obtain the registration information. When the solicitation consists of more than one piece, the statement must be displayed prominently in the solicitation materials. If the solicitation occurs on a website, the statement must be conspicuously displayed on any webpage that identifies a mailing address where contributions are to be sent, identifies a telephone number to call to process contributions, or provides for online processing of contributions.

It is not required to post the disclosure statement on every page of a website. FDACS’s toll-free number is 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352).

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