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Rick Scott, Governor
Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Executive Summary

This report covers the time period from July 1, 2005 - June 30, 2006. Data are reported in sections by program type. Each major section includes an Executive Summary and sub-sections on Providers (as of 6/30/2006), Workload, Outcomes, and Recommitment Rates (where appropriate).

There is a companion report, titled Substance Abuse Annual Report - Community Programs that uses the same format to detail substance abuse programs for offenders on community supervision.

Salient points concerning the demographic break down by gender, race, and age for new enrollees in FY 2005-06 are as follows:

  • The highest rate of female participation, excluding those programs that only serve females (Prevention, Tier1), was in the Program Center (52.2%).
  • The highest rate of male participants was in Readiness (TierRD) (93.4%).
  • Faith-Based Transitional Housing programs were utilized more by males (86.8%) than females (13.2%).
  • Prevention (Tier1) programs had the highest rate of black inmate participation (47.5%).
  • Modality 2 programs had the highest rate of white inmate participation (61.1%).

The highest percentage of new participants for each program by age group (excluding Prevention, Tier1) was:

  • Modality 1 (age 45+ [19.8%]);
  • Modality 2 (age 45+ [26.0%]);
  • Program Center (age 25-29 [19.3%]);
  • Readiness (age 45+ [19.1%], age 18-24 [19.1%]);
  • Alumni (age 45+ [23.2%]); and
  • Faith-Based Transitional Housing (age 45+ [34.5%]).

Success rates (excluding administrative exits) for all inmates who entered the program during FY 2002-03 based on exit data within three years after program entry, by applicable program type (from highest to lowest) were:

  • Modality 1 (90.7% out of 583);
  • Program Center (75.0% out of 76);
  • Modality 2 (71.6% out of 1,084).

Older inmates were more successful than younger inmates, with Modality 1 participants having a relatively high success rate among all age groups. The highest success rates (excluding administrative exits) three (3) years after program entry for FY 2002-03, by program type and age were:

  • Modality 1 (age 40-44, 96.4% [106 out of 110]);
  • Program Center (age 45+, 90.0% [18 out of 20]).
  • Modality 2 (age 45+, 83.5% [162 out of 194]).

By program type, two-year recommitment rates for program completers released from prison in FY 2003-04, and who completed a substance abuse treatment program sometime during their incarceration (from lowest to highest) were:

  • Program Center(10.3% of 68);
  • Modality 2 (33.8% of 1,151); and
  • Modality 1 (35.1% of 1,064).

By program type and age, the lowest two-year recommitment rates for successful program completers released from prison in FY 2003-04, and who completed a substance abuse treatment program sometime during their incarceration, were as follows:

  • Modality 1 (age 45+, 29.4% [74 out of 252]);
  • Modality 2 (age 18-24, 25.9% [22 out of 85]).