This report covers the time period from July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2000. Data are reported in sections by Program type. Each section includes an Executive Summary and sub-sections on Providers (as of 6/30/2000), Workload, Outcomes, and Recommitment (where appropriate).
There is a companion report, titled Substance Abuse Programs - Community Report that uses the same format to detail substance abuse programs in community supervision.
Salient points concerning the demographic break down by gender, race, and age for new enrollees in FY 1999-00 are as follows:
Success rates (excluding administrative exits) three years after program entry for FY 1996-97 by applicable program type (from highest to lowest) were:
In general, older inmates were more successful than younger inmates for all MODALITIES, with MODALITY 3 having a relatively high success rate (all at or above 93%) among all age groups. The highest success rates (excluding administrative exits) three (3) years after program entry for FY 1996-97, by program type and age were:
Two-year recommitment rates for program completers for FY 1997-98 (from lowest to highest) were:
As would be expected, older inmates were less likely to recommit, with the age 45+ age group having the lowest two-year recommitment rates for successful program completers for FY 1997-98 for all MODALITIES, as follows:
While the highest two-year recommitment rates for successful program completers for FY 1997-98, by program type and age were: