Joshua Reeves was also the first person to enter the program, a year and a half ago.
He was a repeat DUI offender.
Joshua's treatment was monitored and he says he's turned his life around.
"I learned how to live a new life, DUI court gave me a second chance. It was a life saver," said Joshua Reeves.
Participants must remain sober throughout the program.
They report once a week to a judge to check in and make sure they are on track.
There are about 20 other participants working towards their graduation at this time.