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Substance Abuse Treatment


Substance Abuse Treatment (SAT) is a four-to-twelve month program designed for inmates determined by assessment to have a moderate-to-high need for substance abuse treatment. Interventions rely on a cognitive-behavioral approach to teach participants strategies for avoiding substance abuse. The program places heavy emphasis on skill-building activities to assist with cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skills development. Regimented Treatment Program (RTP) and Helping Women Recover (HWR) are included under Substance Abuse Treatment.

Administration and Contacts

Pauline Wills, Clinical Services Coordinator

3300 N. Martin Luther King, Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73111

Please see Attachment C of OP-090101 "Standards for Inmate Programs" for additional information.

Last Modified on Aug 01, 2022
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