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REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND COMMUNITY TREATMENT PROGRAM (REACT)
(OVER 21)

Description:

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND COMMUNITY TREATMENT PROGRAM (REACT)

REACT is a two-part process

1) The offender is to contact the Safety Council of Greater St. Louis to schedule an appointment for the evaluation

The individual completes a brief alcohol/drug use history then meets with a Qualified Professional for an interview to determine the recommendation.

2) The recommendation will be for either a REACT Education Program or REACT Treatment.

All costs for the REACT Program are determined by the Department of Corrections.

REACT Evaluation- $125

REACT Education Program- $100

​Need an Appointment? Call 314-621-9200

REACT is a State of Missouri, Department of Corrections certified program designed for persons charged with felony RSMO 195 drug charges and is a condition of probation.  The client must be referred to the REACT program through probation and parole. Our fax number is 314-621-9204. Each client will receive an assessment with a recommendation for either an education class or treatment.  The assessment is valid for six months at which time it expires.  The fees for REACT are set by the State Statute; the cost of the REACT evaluation is $125.00. The Safety Council is a State Certified REACT Screening Unit (RSU) and provides the assessment screening process. Our assessments are typically done on Wednesdays.  We also provide the education classes described below:

REACT Education Program (REP):  A ten-hour education course designed specifically to assist first-time, low-risk drug offenders in understanding the choices they made that led to their arrest.  Education is the key to helping first-time offenders take responsibility for their actions, relate it to their lives, and make changes in their thinking, beliefs, and behavior.  The cost of the REP is $100.00 per person. If treatment is the recommendation the referral will be made by the probation officer.

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