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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Executive Summary: Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention And Transitional Services (Modality 3)

Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse and Transitional Services (Modality 3) offers three (3) Tracks of service. This Modality is designed primarily to be provided after completion of Modality 1 or Modality 2 and also to offer a continuum of care for inmates who are not released from incarceration after completion of Modality.

Profiles of Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Program Facilities on June 30, 2002

Facility

Provider

Number of
Program Slots

Madison Work Camp Civigenics, Inc. 50
Walton Work Camp Unlimited Path, Inc. 50
Total 100

Profiles of Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Programs Closed During FY 2001-2002*

Facility

Provider

Number of Program
Slots Lost

Pensacola WRC Cordova Counseling 50
Marianna WRC Unlimited Path, Inc. 50
Panama City WRC Unlimited Path, Inc. 50
Tallahassee WRC F.A.C.T.S. 50
Daytona Beach WRC Counseling Associates 50
Gainesville CI Civigenics 30
Gainesville WC Civigenics 50
Lake City WRC Tri-County 50
Santa Fe WRC Tri-County 50
Atlantic WRC CARP 25
Cocoa WRC Colonial Counseling 50
Kissimmee WRC Colonial Counseling 50
Lake CI Bridges of America 40
Orlando WRC Colonial Counseling 25
Pinehills WRC Colonial Counseling 25
Pinellas WRC Center for Rational Living 25
St. Petersburg WRC Operation PAR 50
Tarpon Springs WRC Center for Rational Living 50
Zephyrhills CI Bridges of America 40
Broward CI Bridges of America 40
Ft. Pierce WRC CARP 50
Hollywood WRC** Spectrum 25
Opa Locka WRC Agape 50
Pompano WRC Spectrum 50
West Palm Beach WRC CARP 75
Miami North WRC Agape 50
Total 1,150
* Budget reductions required program closures. All closures occurred on or prior to December 2001.
** Program did not close. It was converted to a Substance Abuse Program Center in October 2001.

Workload

Table 4A: Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Program Enrollment Data, by Fiscal Year
  • During the ten-year period covered by this report, 24,619 inmates had enrolled in Modality 3.
  • Due to budget cuts, program enrollment dramatically decreased from FY 2001-02 to FY 2002-03 for all types of enrollments (new enrollments, new inmates, different inmates, and the June 30th enrollment). The respective enrollments for FY 2001-02 were 2,294 (new enrollment events), 1,967 (new inmates), 2,761 (different inmates), and 102 (6/30 enrollment), compared to FY 2002-03 that had respective enrollments by type of 192; 176; 251; and 0.
  • The ten-year average for each respective type of enrollments was 2,093; 1,938; 2,462; and 586.
Table 4B: FY 2004-05 Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Program Enrollment Data, by Facility
  • There is no data for this table since the program was not offered during FY 2004-05

Outcomes

Table 4C(1): Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Program Outcomes by Fiscal Year, by Inmate (3-Year Follow-up)
  • Based on a 3-year follow-up after initial program entry, for the eight-year period reported the 22,097 program exits included 12,958 (58.6%) which were successful, 714 (3.2%) unsuccessful, and 8,425 (38.1%) administrative.
  • The Modality 3 success rate for the last fiscal year reported in this table (FY 2001-02) decreased to 92.0% from the 96.2% for the previous year.
  • The overall trend has shown a relatively stable success rate from 98.8% in FY 1994-95 compared to 92.0% in FY 2001-02.
  • The average success rate over the eight years reported was 94.8%.
Table 4C(2): Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Program Outcomes by Fiscal Year, by Inmate (2-Year Follow-up)
  • FY 2002-03 shows a decrease in success rate to 86.8% compared to 92.0% in FY 2001-02.
Table 4D: FY 2004-05 Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Exit Data (Event-Based), by Facility
  • There is no data for this table since the program was not offered during FY 2004-05.

Recommitment Rates

Table 4E: FY 2002-03 (2-Year Follow-up), Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 2-year follow-up on Modality 3 participants released in FY 2002-03, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than non-completers (32.2% vs. 29.7%).
Table 4F: FY 2001-02 (3-Year Follow-up), Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 3-year follow-up on Modality 3 participants released in FY 2001-02, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than non-completers (36.0% vs. 39.8%).
Table 4G: FY 2000-01 (4-Year Follow-up), Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention And Transitional Services (Modality 3) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 4-year follow-up on Modality 3 participants released in FY 2000-01, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than noncompleters (42.9% vs. 45.9%).
Table 4H: FY 1999-00 (5-Year Follow-up), Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 5-year follow-up on Modality 3 participants released in FY 1999-00, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than noncompleters (48.0% vs. 50.3%).
Table 4I: FY 1998-99 (6-Year Follow-up), Comprehensive Outpatient, Relapse, Prevention and Transitional Services (Modality 3) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 6-year follow-up on Modality 3 participants released in FY 1998-99, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or community supervision than non-completers (50.7% vs. 55.2%).

In summarizing the recommitment data, in general, the recommitment rate for program completers has been better than that for program non-completers. For FY 1998-99 releases, the recommitment rate for program completers was substantially better than program non-completers, with recommitment rates of 50.7% and 55.2%, respectively.