Eastern MO Alt Sentencing Services Inc EMASS/Troy CIP/SROP
Troy, MO. 63379
We provide a variety of services to the Courts, Criminal Justice System and individuals who are dealing with behavioral problems related to substance abuse, anger, or other legal issues. With a Corporate Office in Saint Charles County and satellite offices in seven different counties, EMASS attempts to offer premier programs to those who need them the most. Experience, education and a drive for helping those in the community, EMASS staff facilitate positive growth for our clients. Alcohol or Drug Education Classes: SATOP Classes - SATOP is a multi-level process designed to screen an offender and refer the offender to the appropriate level of education, intervention or treatment. EMASS is currently certified to do all levels of SATOP. Upon completion of the screening process of SATOP (the Offender Management Unit), the offender is referred to one of four levels of SATOP - The Offender Education Program (OEP), Level I; The Weekend Intervention Program (WIP) Level II; Clinical Intervention Program (CIP), Level III; or the Serious and Repeat Offenders Program (SROP), Level IV. Prices are established and controlled by the State of Missouri. You may be eligible for financial assistance after taking the Standard Means Test (SMT). ADEP (Alcohol Drug Education Program/ Adolescent Diversion Education Program) - ADEP is a 10 hour educational program which provides the requirement of law for those who plead guilty or who are found guilty of the offense of minor in possession of alcohol and other offenses. ADEP completion may also be required for reinstatement of an operator's license. The ADEP is specifically designed for minors. It provides information on a wide range of substances such as the physiological and psychological effects of alcohol and other drugs including marijuana, narcotics, tranquilizers, and hallucinogens. REACT (Required Educational Assessment and Community Treatment) - The Required Educational Assessment Community Treatment Program (REACT) is a statewide network of comprehensive, accessible education and treatment options which provide an appropriate community response to felony drug related offenses. The network includes an initial screening and referral by a REACT Screening Unit (RSU) to a REACT Educational Program (REP) or related treatment services.