Midwest ADP offers a variety of services, including:
Supervised Probation - as directed by the Court
SATOP Programs - may be required for drivers' license reinstatement
Victim Impact Panels
SATOP Screenings - all clients entering SATOP must complete a SATOP screening. This screening may recommend one of the following programs for SATOP completion:
SATOP 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.
SATOP 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.
SATOP Clinical Intervention Program (CIP) - A 50-hour outpatient counseling program consisting of individual counseling, group counseling, and group education.
- A one hour program designed to illustrate the effects that DWI offenses have on the offenders, friends, families and victims.
Clay County Drug Court - Midwest ADP currently provides substance abuse treatment services in conjunction with the Clay County Drug Court. This is a 16 - 24 month program offered to some individuals charged with certain drug offenses in Clay County, Missouri.
Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Treatment - An individualized treatment plan can be developed for each client seeking to attain sobriety from alcohol and other drugs.
Substance Abuse Evaluations/Assessments - An individualized assessment conducted by a qualified substance abuse professional.
Driver Improvement Programs (DIP) - An 8-hour course certified by the Missouri Safety Center for a points waiver if ordered by the court
Alcohol and Drug Education Programs (ADE) - A ten-hour education class held on weekends for individuals who need education on alcohol and drugs but do not need to complete the SATOP program to reinstate their driver’s license.
Domestic Violence/Anger Control Programs - A twelve or twenty-six session domestic violence/anger control education program devised to educate the client about responses and reactions that cause them to act with anger.
Shoplifting Education Programs - A four-hour class scheduled on Wednesday evenings for those individuals charged with shoplifting/theft.
Electronic Home Monitoring & SCRAM - provided through Electronic Sentening Alternatives (ESA). You can visit them online at: www.esakc.com