Phoenix Health Programs can help.
The Substance Abuse Traffic Offenders Program (SATOP) is a statewide system treatment options for individuals arrested for alcohol and drug related driving offenses.
If you or someone you know has been referred to the Missouri Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program, the first step will be an Offender Management Unit (OMU). The OMU assessment is available at Phoenix Health Programs. Contact us today at (573) 875-8880 to set up an appointment for an OMU assessment to enter the SATOP system.
Step two: The OMU will refer individuals to one of the several types of SATOP levels:
Substance Abuse Traffic Offenders Program (SATOP) Service Levels offered at Phoenix Health Programs.
The Offender Education Program (OEP) is a basic education program for lower risk first offenders to assist them in understanding the choices they made that led to their arrest and the resulting consequences. All persons completing this course shall develop a personal plan of action to assist them in preventing impaired driving behavior. OEP is a two-day, ten-hour program. The two sessions must be completed within 14 days. Please call us at (573) 875-8880 to learn the next date we will be having it.
The Clinical Intervention Program (CIP) is an intensive outpatient treatment program designed specifically for persistent DWI offenders. This program is designed to be completed within ten weeks, but may last longer, based on the individual needs of each offender. The program structure is designed to be convenient to those offenders who are employed full-time or who have childcare responsibilities. CIP is a 50-hour outpatient counseling program consisting of 10 hours of individual counseling, 20 hours of group counseling, and 20 hours of group education.
Serious and Repeat Offender Program (SROP-Level IV) Consumers presenting for Substance Abuse Traffic Offenders Program (SATOP) services having multiple alcohol- or drug-related traffic offenses, or those at a high risk for chemical dependency, may receive a recommendation for more traditional substance abuse treatment. This treatment may be in the form of a residential or outpatient program but must be completed at a state-certified or nationally accredited substance abuse treatment provider. For more information about these types of programs, you may contact any Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse District Office or search the Treatment Provider Directory or Treatment Facility Locator.