Did your friend go to court before he began the program?
Normally, if one appears before the judge and is ordered to seek rehab for the substance abuse, if one does not finish the course/treatment, then they can be reported. However, I would need to know more information in order to provide you with an accurate response.
Peace, Love & Happiness,
The Mystic Wave
Thank you for responding and providing further information.
With limited time on research - I cannot tell you for certain that the Center can report your friend to the DMV for not completing the treatment program. Should your friend be obligated to complete said program, it perhaps may state so in the paperwork he signed at the Vitality Center. Thus, I suggest that you advise your friend to read his copy concerning the terms and conditions. He may also wish to obtain a letter from his former employer to present to the Center stating that he is no longer employed due to the company folding - thus, confirming that the employer will not be subject to a penalty for non-completion of his treatment program.
Please review the following website that sets forth the requirements, penalties of drivers holding a CDL, that may be in violation - and requirements of employers - It's quite possible that the Center is taking this stand as protection for the employer.
Commercial Driver's License Program (CDL/CDLIS) - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
I'm sorry that I cannot give you an absolute response at this time - however, once again, the terms and conditions of the paperwork your friend signed at the Center should shed more light on this matter.
You may also wish to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles and inquire without providing any names - a representative would have such information.
Please take care.
Wishing you and your friend the best.