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.