The Chester County Chronic Substance Awareness Program (CSAP) provides treatment and support to justice involved individuals diagnosed with a substance use disorder (SUD). CSAP utilizes a collaborative and problem-solving approach by connecting participants to state-licensed substance abuse treatment providers for assessment and treatment. In addition, CSAP utilizes a random SUD testing program to aid participants in their recovery. The officers assigned to this program provide intensive supervision and continuous communication with community providers.
CSAP is a court ordered condition of supervision. In general, participants that are ordered into the program have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder.
-Frequent personal contact with the supervising officer -Comply with assessment & recommendations -Comply with the treatment plan -Random SUD testing -Remain SUD free -Maintain stable residence -Actively searching for employment or enrollment in training or educational program
Participants may step down to general supervision after completing treatment and upon satisfactory completion of the SUD testing program