Assessment Screening Fee: All consumers entering SATOP must pay a $126 assessment screening fee at the time of their appointment.
Supplemental Fee: All consumers entering SATOP must pay a $249 supplemental fee at the time of their assessment. This fee is deposited into the Mental Health Earnings Fund. These funds are used to purchase intensive services for repeat and persistent DWI offenders who are unable to afford them.
These fees ($375 total) are due at the time of the assessment screening.
Service Level Fees:
Offender Education Program (OEP - Level 1)
Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP - Level 1)
Weekend Intervention Program (WIP - Level II)
Clinical Intervention Program (CIP - Level III)
Youth Clinical Intervention Program (YCIP - Level III)
Serious and Repeat Offender Program (SROP - Level IV)
$1500.00 (Additional cost may apply based on clinical need)
Traditional Treatment (Level IV)
variable upon actual services rendered
Financial assistance may be available for consumers enrolled in the WIP, CIP, YCIP, and SROP or other state contracted treatment program.
Step One: Assessment Screening Process Offender Management Unit (OMU): Missouri law requires all persons arrested for an alcohol- or drug-related traffic offense to complete an assessment screening at an OMU. The result of this evaluation determines the appropriate level of placement for each consumer.
Step Two: SATOP Service Levels
Offender Education Program (OEP - Level I): A 10-hour education course designed for lower risk consumers in understanding the choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest.
Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP - Level I): A 10-hour education course for minors who may have received Abuse and Lose, Minor in Possession, or Zero Tolerance offenses.
Weekend Intervention Program (WIP - Level II): 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.
Clinical Intervention Program (CIP - Level III): A 50-hour outpatient counseling program consisting of individual counseling, group counseling, and group education. Ten hours must address impaired driving issues.
Youth Clinical Intervention Program (YCIP - Level III): A 25-hour program for minors who have been identified as having serious problems with substance abuse.
Serious and Repeat Offender Program (SROP - Level IV): An outpatient program consisting of at least 75 hours of treatment in no less than 90 days. Services must include a minimum of 35 hours of individual and/or group counseling. Successful completion of the treatment is left to the discretion of the program’s clinical staff based on the specific needs of the consumer.
Traditional Treatment (Level IV): Consumers presenting for SATOP services having multiple alcohol- or drug-related traffic offenses, or those at a high risk to reoffend, 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 Provider Directory of Adult Substance Abuse Programs or Provider Directory of Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs or Treatment Facility Locator.