Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center’s, Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Services program (SORTS), is an involuntary civil commitment program for the treatment of sexually violent predators. The goal of the SORTS Program is to provide research based treatment so that these individuals have the opportunity to successfully complete the program and receive Conditional Release from the courts. This requires our commitment to the belief that all persons can change.
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Missouri law establishing Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Services, a Division of Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center, was signed on August 30, 1998, by Governor Mel Carnahan and became effective January 1, 1999. The law provides for the civil commitment of certain sexual offenders who have been convicted, found not guilty by reason of insanity or committed as a criminal sexual psychopath. The Department of Mental Health (DMH) is responsible for the control, care and treatment of individuals who have been determined to be sexual predators. The facility has resided at the Hoctor-Blair Complex on the State of Missouri campus that also includes Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center and Farmington Correctional Center.