SATOP: Youth Clinical Intervention (YCIP)

The SATOP Youth Clinical Intervention Program (YCIP) is designed for minors who have been identified through the screening process as having serious problems with substance abuse, usually having repeated DWI / DUI drunk driving, minor in possession (MIP) or drug offenses.

Youth Clinical Intervention Program (YCIP)

The Youth Clinical Intervention Program (YCIP) is a level of treatment for youth under the age of 21, consisting of intensive outpatient counseling for 3 to 6 weeks based on the needs of the youthful offender. Each offender will participate in a total of 25 hours of treatment consisting of 5 hours of individual counseling, 10 hours of group counseling, and 10 hours of group education at a certified treatment facility. Ten hours of the required 25 hours must specifically address DWI/DUI issues. Program activities are available in the evenings, weekends, and at other times convenient for the offender. The total cost for the YCIP is $388.80, for persons who complete the program. The client’s portion of the cost is based on income and ability to pay through the Department’s Standard Means Testing.