The Safety Council of Greater St. Louis serves the St. Louis community through a variety of programs including Community Safety, Defensive Driving Programs, Substance Abuse, Occupational Safety Classes and Training, Behavior and Court Related Programs, First Aid and CPR and is sponsor for the St. Louis Safety Conference held annually.

 


 
 
 

 

 

COURT PROGRAMS

SATOP/SUBSTANCE ABUSE

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SATOP - Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program
SATOP is the State of Missouri, Department of Mental Health program that is required for those individuals who receive DWI/DUI offenses.  Missouri law requires all persons arrested for an alcohol or drug related traffic offense to complete and assessment screening at an OMU.  The fee for the SATOP assessment is $375, which is comprised of a $126 screening fee and a $249 supplemental fee, due at the time of the assessment.  The result of this evaluation determines the appropriate level (ADEP; OEP; WIP; CIP; YCIP or Level IV) of placement for each consumer.  For more information visit http://dmh.mo.gov 

The Safety Council as state Offender Management Unit (OMU) provides Assessment Screening Process, requiring to pre-register to attend the programs, and the following SATOP levels:

  1. ADOLESCENT DIVERSION EDUCATION PROGRAM (ADEP)
    A 10-hour education course for minors who may have received Abuse and Lose, Minor in Possession, or Zero Tolerance offenses.  If there is no driver's license involvement, the client may be assigned directly to the program and must bring a copy of the court order to class.  The education fee is an additional $130.
    (If the driver's license is suspended or revoked due to Abuse and Lose, Zero Tolerance or other similar offenses, the client must have a SATOP assessment).

  2. OFFENDER EDUCATION PROGRAM (OEP)
    A 10-hour education course designed for lower risk consumers in understanding the choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest.  Fee is $130.

  3. WEEKEND INTERVENTION PROGRAM (WIP)
    A 20-hour level of service designed for repeat or high-risk consumers using intensive education and counseling intervention methods over a weekend of structured activities.  This program is conducted in a restrictive environment.  *Consumers referred to WIP may complete a financial questionnaire called the Standard Means Test.  The findings will determine if the consumer will receive financial assistance with the payment of their program fee based on sliding scale depending on consumer income minimum of $250 and maximum of $440.52

When you attend programs through the Safety Council, a portion of your fees help fund our Community Safety Programs - Thank you!

Without your support, the Safety Council could not fulfill its mission of making the community a safer place for all - THANK YOU!

 

 

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