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Step One: The Screening Process Missouri law now requires all persons arrested for DWI to complete an assessment screening of
their alcohol and substance use related to their driving behavior. This screening consists of a Department of Revenue driver's record
check, completion of the Missouri Driver Risk Inventory II (DRI-II), and an individualized interview. The results of the screening determine
the appropriate level of SATOP placement for each client. Once examined, SATOP officials assign the appropriate service(s) for the
individual, which are listed below in Step 2.


Step Two: SATOP Services
1. Offender Education Program (OEP): A 10-hour education course designed specifically to assist lower risk, first-time offenders in understanding the
choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest. Education is key to helping first-time offenders take responsibility for their actions.

2. Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP): An education program for minors who may have received Abuse/Lose, Minor in Possession, or
Zero Tolerance offenses.

3. Weekend Intervention Program (WIP): A level of service designed for repeat offenders or "high risk", first-time offenders using intensive education and
counseling intervention methods over a marathon weekend of structured activities. The program is conducted in a restrictive environment.

4. Clinical Intervention Program (CIP): A 50-hour outpatient counseling program consisting of individual counseling, group counseling, and group education.
Ten hours must address DWI/DUI issues.

5. Youth Clinical Intervention (YCIP): A program for minors who have been identified through the screening process as having serious problems with substance
abuse.

6. Traditional Treatment: Individuals presenting for SATOP services having multiple alcohol or drug related traffic offenses, or those identified through the
screening process as being at a “high risk” for chemical dependency, may receive a recommendation for more traditional treatment. Individuals may also
choose, for a variety of reasons, to complete a traditional treatment program.  This treatment may be in the form of a residential program or an intensive
outpatient program but must be completed at a state certified, or nationally accredited, substance abuse treatment program.

All SATOP providers must charge the same amount in fees. We offer many locations, times and counselors for your convenience.