A WONGARBON woman arrested for low- and high-range drink-driving is continuing to work with drug and alcohol diversion counsellors.
Lisa Faye Read was referred to the Magistrate's Early Referral Into Treatment (MERIT) program after pleading guilty to the offences.
Dubbo Local Court heard Read had a blood-alcohol reading of 0.070 when she drove at Wongarbon between 5pm on March 27 and 2.30am on March 28.
At 11.15pm on September 24 she drove on the Mitchell Highway with an alcohol reading of 0.186.
The 39-year-old completed a traffic offender education program and was assessed as suitable for MERIT.
The drug and alcohol program allows adult defendants with substance abuse problems to work towards rehabilitation as part of the bail process.
Magistrate Andrew Eckhold praised Read's rehabilitation efforts.
"Congratulations on your good work so far," he said.
"Stay engaged with MERIT."
The charges were adjourned to February 12.