Substance Awareness Traffic Offender Program (SATOP)

Offender Education Program (OEP)

OEP is a 10-hour education program that assists individuals in understanding the effects of drinking on their driving skills, the choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest, and help first-time offenders consider the consequences of their actions while recognizing other options for the future.

Weekend Intervention Program (WIP)

WIP is conducted in 48-consecutive hours in a restrictive environment over the course of a weekend. This program is designed for repeat or “high risk” offenders and first-time offenders using intensive education, small group processes and individual counseling.

Clinical Intervention Program (CIP)

CIP is an outpatient program designed for people who have not succeeded in making positive choices related to driving while intoxicated. This level of SATOP consists of a 50-hour program, completed in a minimum of five weeks, that includes individual counseling, group counseling, and group education

Level IV or Serious and Repeat Offender Program (SROP)

SROP is a 75-hour, intensive outpatient intervention program based on the needs of persistent or assessed “high risk” offenders. This program is designed to be completed in a minimum of 90 days. Services will include individual counseling, group counseling, group education, and substance use testing.

SATOP Locations and Services

Call 844-853-8937 for more information.