SUBSTANCE AWARENESS TRAFFIC OFFENDER PROGRAM (SATOP)
SATOP is a two-step process
1) Complete an evaluation
2) Attend the assigned Class of Treatment Program
Class or Treatment Programs
1) Offender Education Program
2) Weekend Intervention Program
3) Clinical Intervention Programs
4) Serious and Repeat Offenders Program
Need an Appointment? Call 314-621-9200
SATOP is the State of Missouri, Department of Mental Health, Division of Behavioral Health program that is required for individuals who receive a DWI/DUI offense. Missouri law requires all persons arrested for an alcohol or drug-related traffic offense to complete an assessment screening followed by completion of either an education course or a treatment program as prescribed. The fees for the SATOP are set by State Statute; the SATOP Evaluation Cost is $375.00 per person. The result of this evaluation determines the appropriate level of placement for each individual. The Safety Council is a State Certified Offender Management Unit (OMU) and provides the assessment screening process. Our assessments are typically done on Wednesdays. We also provide the education classes described below:
Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP): A 10-hour education course for offenders who may have received a Zero Tolerance, Abuse and Lose, or a Minor in Possession offense. If there is no driver’s license involvement, the offender may be assigned directly to an education program. The fee for the ADEP is $200.
Offender Education Program (OEP): A 10-hour education course designed for first-time offenders and helps them to understand the choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest. The fee for the OEP is $200.
Weekend Intervention Program (WIP): - A 20-hour level of service designed for the second time or high-risk first time offenders. The curriculum utilizes intensive education and counseling intervention methods over a weekend of structured activities and is conducted in a restricted environment over the course of one weekend. Offenders referred to the WIP may benefit from a sliding scale fee for the cost of the program. Information regarding the fee will be provided at the time of the SATOP evaluation. The minimum cost is $257 and a maximum of $474.45.
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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