This website explains the substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs administered by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Detailed on the site are the 4 programs offered by the Federal Bureau of Prisons:
1. Education programs regarding SUD and its effects
2. Non-residential SUD treatment, a 12 week program based on a cognitive behavioral therapy model
3. Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) – an intensive, residential treatment program that provides cognitive behavioral therapy in a modified therapeutic community model, and
4. Community Treatment Services, which provide services to individuals released to Residential Reentry Centers and home confinement.
Funding Source: Federal Bureau of Prisons
A link to the website explaining the substance use disorder (SUD) treatment programs administered by the Federal Bureau of Prisons