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Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Michael D. Crews, Secretary

Executive Summary: Intensive Outpatient Services (Modality 1)

Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) services are designed to be four (4) to six (6) months in length and delivers structured substance abuse program services to inmates with a history of addictions while still allowing participants to live, work and be maintained in general population. This program requires a minimum of 12 hours face to face contact with counselor per week per inmate and generally considered either an AM, PM or evening job/program assignment.

Profiles of Intensive Outpatient Services (Modality 1) Program Facilities

Profiles of Intensive Outpatient Services (Modality 1) Program Facilities On June 30, 2007
Facility Provider Number of
Program Slots
AVON PARK CI UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 90
CROSS CITY CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 90
DADE CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 70
EVERGLADES CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 90
GULF CI-ANNEX UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 70
HERNANDO CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 70
HILLSBOROUGH CI UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 50
LANCASTER CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 70
LAWTEY CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 70
LOWELL CI UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 70
MAYO CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 90
OKALOOSA CI UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 70
OKEECHOBEE CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 90
SUMTER CI UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 70
TAYLOR CI CIVIGENICS, INC. 70
WASHINGTON CI UNLIMITED PATH, INC. 70
TOTAL 1200

Workload

Table 2A: Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Program Enrollment Data, by Fiscal Year
  • During the ten-year period covered by this report, 33,488 different inmates participated in MODALITY 1 programming.
  • On June 30, 2007, there were 1,211 inmates enrolled in Modality 1 programming.
  • The significant decrease in the number of different inmates that enrolled in Modality 1 programming during FY 2002-03, reflects the full impact of reduced funding for institutional substance abuse programs that began during FY 2001-02.
  • Data for the last three fiscal years reflect the allocation of additional dollars to Modality I Programming.
Table 2B: FY 2006-07 Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Program Enrollment Data, by Facility
  • In FY 2006-07, 4,613 different inmates (by location) participated in MODALITY 1 programming.
  • Lancaster CI had the greatest number (349) of different inmates enrolled in Modality 1 programming. Walton Work Camp had the smallest number (20).

Outcomes

Table 2C(1): Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Program Outcomes by Fiscal Year, by Inmate (3-Year Follow-up)
  • Based on a 3-year follow-up after initial program entry, there were 24,643 program exits.
  • During the 9-year period covered in this table, there were almost five times as many successful exits as unsuccessful exits (58.9% vs. 12.3%).
Table 2C(2): Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Program Outcomes by Fiscal Year, by Inmate (2-Year Follow-up)
  • For FY 2004-05 (2-Year Follow-up), the success rate was 85.8%
Table 2D: FY 2006-07 Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Exit Data (Event-Based), by Facility
  • The overall SUCCESS RATE across facilities for FY 2006-07 was 85.9%.
  • For FY 2006-07, the Modality 1 program at Marion CI had the highest success rate at 98.5%.
  • For FY 2006-07 the majority of outcome events were successful (67.7%).

Recommitment Rates*

Table 2E: FY 2004-05 (2-Year Follow-up), Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 2-year follow-up on participation for inmates released during FY 2004-05, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or supervision than program noncompleters (35.8% vs. 40.2%).
Table 2F: FY 2003-04 (3-Year Follow-up), Intensive Outpatient (Modality 1) Recommitment Data, by Level of Participation
  • For a 3-year follow-up on participation for inmates released during FY 2003-04, program completers were less likely to be recommitted to prison or supervision than program noncompleters (43.4% vs. 51.1%).

* Based on year released from prison. Program completion occurred sometime during the incarceration period.