Detoxification or “Detox” is designed to assist the client with managing the initial symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. Clients may admit themselves for detox voluntarily, however we also accept court-ordered 96-hour holds. The Hannibal Detox accepts both men and women.

Clients are closely monitored by detox staff and the client’s vital signs are taken at regular intervals. Activities for the client in detox include:

  • Rest


  • Educational Videos


  • Educational Groups (as client’s condition permits)

During this phase of treatment detox clients may not use the phone or have visitors as this may interfere with the treatment process. Family members or significant others who wish to speak to staff to check on the status of the client may do so as long as the client has signed a release naming the person who wishes to call.

Detox is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Clients may come for treatment at any time. Clients are encouraged to bring personal items with them when they arrive as well as any medications in their original prescription containers.


Outpatient services are available at all HCADA locations. Both group and Individual counseling is available on an outpatient basis. Additionally, educational groups and relapse prevention are available through Outpatient services.

All services at HCADA are driven by an individual treatment plan, which guides the frequency and duration of services.

Codependency counseling is offered to significant others, wives, family of consumers.

Anger management classes are offered at each location when there are enough consumer requests to warrant developing a group.


Men’s Residential – Our men’s residential program is a variable length program based on consumer needs, however court-ordered 30 day holds are accepted. Relapse prevention or intervention may require a shorter length of stay.

Consumers are in a highly structured setting. A typical day may include attending groups, individual counseling, group education, group counseling and structured activities. Consumers in residential treatment also have access to 12-Step support meetings.

Family members are encouraged to participate in the consumer’s treatment through attending Family Groups on Sundays and family conferences with a counselor while the consumer is in treatment. Family members are also encouraged to participate in local Al-Anon groups for support.

Women’s Residential

Our women’s residential program is a variable length program based on consumer needs, consumers are in a highly structured environment from 8:00am to 8:00pm seven days a week. The Program includes group counseling, group education, individual counseling, structured activities, and case management. Consumers also have access to 12-step meetings.

Family therapy is offered to consumers as a way to educate family members on their loved one’s addiction so they can be supportive in their recovery.

Transitional housing is available to consumers who meet the criteria based on individual needs. Consumers must complete their residential treatment prior to transitional housing placement.

Daycare – We provide daycare services Monday-Friday from 7:30am to 4:30pm for our CSTAR  consumers children only. Children 13 years of age and younger are allowed to come to treatment and stay with their mother.


SATOP Procedure

Step One: Assessment Screening Process

Offender Management Unit (OMU):

Missouri law requires all persons arrested for an alcohol- or drug- related traffic offense to complete an assessment screening at an OMU. The result of this evaluation determines the appropriate level of SATOP placement for each consumer.

Step Two: SATOP Service Levels

Offender Education Program (OEP)

A 10-hour education course designed for lower risk consumers in understanding the choices they made that led to their intoxication and arrest.

Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP)

A 10-hour education course for minors who may have received Abuse and Lose, Minor in Possession, or Zero Tolerance offenses.

Weekend Intervention Program (WIP)

A 20-hour level of service designed for repeat or high risk consumers using intensive education and counseling intervention methods over a weekend of structured activities. This program is conducted in a restrictive environment.

Clinical Intervention Program (CIP)

A 50-hour outpatient counseling program consisting of individual counseling, group counseling, and group education. Ten hours must address impaired driving issues.


Consumers presenting for SATOP services having multiple alcohol-or drug-related traffic offenses, or those at a high risk for chemical dependency, may receive a recommendation for more treatment. Consumers may also choose to complete this type of program. Treatment may be in the form of a residential program or an intensive outpatient program but must be completed at a state-certified or nationally accredited substance abuse treatment provider. For more information about these types of programs, you may contact any Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse District Office or search the Treatment Provider Directory or Treatment Facility Locator.


Assessment Screening Fee:   All consumers entering SATOP must pay a $126 assessment screening fee at the time of their appointment.

Supplemental Fee:   All consumers entering SATOP must pay a $249 supplemental fee at the time of their assessment. This fee is deposited into the Mental Health Earnings Fund. These funds are used to purchase intensive services for repeat and persistent DWI offenders who are unable to afford them.

Service Level Fees

Offender Education Program (OEP)  $200.00

Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP)  $200.00

Weekend Intervention Program (WIP)  $467.45  *

Clinical Intervention Program (CIP)  $1067.42 *

Total Cost: The total cost for SATOP can range between $505 – $1380.91

*Consumers referred to the WIP, CIP, or YCIP may complete a financial questionnaire called the Standard Means Test. The findings will determine if the consumer will receive financial assistance with the payment of their service level fee.


ADDRESS: 146 Communications Drive • Hannibal MO
PHONE: 573.248.1196

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