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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Executive Summary: Substance Abuse Program Center (Continuum of Services)

Substance Abuse Program Center (Continuum of Services) offers a continuum of substance abuse services including prevention, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and aftercare services as well as education/vocational services. The focus is on teaching, developing and practicing re-entry/ transitional skills necessary for a successful drug-free re-entry into the community upon release from prison. Inmates residing in a program center will receive the appropriate level of substance abuse services in addition to groups focusing on criminal thinking, family development, anger management, domestic violence, victim awareness as well as other appropriate topics.

Profiles of Substance Abuse Program Center
(Continuum of Services) Program Facilities
On June 30, 2008
Facility Provider Number of
Program
Slots
BRADENTON TRANSITION CENTER BRIDGES OF AMERICA 120
COLUMBIA CI ANNEX ACT CORPORATION 118
HOLLYWOOD WORK RELEASE CENTER CIVIGENICS, INC 121
POMPANO TRANSITION CENTER BRIDGES OF AMERICA 212
ORLANDO TRANSITION CENTER BRIDGES OF AMERICA 100
THE TRANSITION CENTER TRANSITION HOUSE 100
TOTAL 771

Workload

TABLE 5A: FY 2007-08 SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM CENTER (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA
  • In FY 2007-08, 1,247 different inmates had enrolled in the PROGRAM CENTER.
TABLE 5B (1): FY 2007-08 BRADENTON TRANSITIONAL PROGRAM CENTER (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA
  • In FY 2007-08, 30 different inmates received Prevention services, 71 inmates received Outpatient services and 143 inmates received Aftercare services, for a total of 244 inmates receiving these types of services.
TABLE 5B (2): FY 2007-08 COLUMBIA ANNEX (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA
  • In FY 2007-08, 263 different inmates received Outpatient services.
TABLE 5B (3): FY 2007-08 HOLLYWOOD WRC (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA
  • In FY 2007-08, 52 different inmates received Prevention services, 93 inmates received Outpatient services and 131 inmates received Aftercare services, for a total of 276 inmates receiving these types of services.
TABLE 5B (4): FY 2007-08 POMPANO TRANSITIONAL PROGRAM CENTER (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) PROGRAM ENROLLMENT DATA
  • In FY 2007-08, 52 different inmates received Prevention services, 192 inmates received Outpatient services and 341 inmates received Aftercare services, for a total of 585 inmates receiving these types of services.

Outcomes

TABLE 5C (1): FY 2004-05 SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM CENTER (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) OUTCOMES, BY FISCAL YEAR, BY INMATE (3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP AFTER INITIAL PROGRAM ENTRY)*
  • For FY 2004-05, the SUCCESS RATE was 71.5%.
TABLE 5C (2): FY 2005-06 SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM CENTER (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) OUTCOMES, BY FISCAL YEAR, BY INMATE (2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP AFTER INITIAL PROGRAM ENTRY)*
  • For FY 2005-06, the SUCCESS RATE was 70.3%.
TABLE 5D: FY 2007-08 SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM CENTER (CONTINUUM OF SERVICES) EXIT DATA (EVENT-BASED), BY FACILITY
  • The SUCCESS RATE of the Program Center for FY 2007-08 was 81.0%.
  • There was an increase in the Program Center success rate from FY 2006-07 (75.3%) to FY 2007-08 (81.0%).
  • There was a slight decrease in the Program Center administrative discharge rate from FY 2006-07 (11.2%) to FY 2007-08 (7.3%).
TABLE 5E: FY 2005-06 (2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) PROGRAM CENTER (MODTRP) RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 2-year follow-up on MODTRP participants released in FY 2005-06, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than non-completers (14.9% vs. 30.0%).
TABLE 5F: FY 2004-05 (3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP) PROGRAM CENTER (MODTRP) RECOMMITMENT DATA, BY LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION
  • For a 3-year follow-up on MODTRP participants released in FY 2004-05, program completers were more likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than non-completers (17.9% vs. 10.7%).