RDAP Eligibility Assessment & Positioning Paper (REAPP)
The 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) is a very competitive and highly sought after program in the federal prison system. The reason is simple. Graduates of the RDAP program are eligible for up to a twelve (12) month federal prison sentence reduction and up to a six (6) month community custody (halfway house) designation. This has the effect of reducing the inmate’s gross institutional federal prison sentence by up to eighteen (18) months! Imagine up to eighteen (18) months off your federal prison sentence!
The 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program is highly competitive and sought after by both inmates already serving time in federal prison as well as those defendants about to be sentenced to federal prison. Jail Time Consulting specializes in positioning our clients to take advantage of this valuable Bureau of Prisons’ program. Since competition is keen, applicants must be extremely knowledgeable in the admission requirements and meet the diagnostic criteria for substance abuse or dependence as indicated in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV). This qualifying information should be included in the defendant’s Pre-Sentencing Investigation Report (PSI) under the Substance Abuse section. Unfortunately, many defendants fail to report this information or were advised by their attorney not to disclose this information to the U.S. Probation Officer authoring the PSI for fear of receiving another charge or a more severe sentence. This is where Jail Time Consulting can help. Whether you are currently in a federal prison or about to enter a federal prison, Jail Time Consulting can assist you in determining if you meet the eligibility requirements for this valuable program.
The RDAP Eligibility Assessment & Positioning Paper (REAPP) is the secret weapon that the clients of Jail Time Consulting use to gain admission to the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program. During our interview process, a Jail Time Consulting staff member will ask our clients a series of questions designed to see if they qualify for the RDAP program. These are the same questions that the RDAP Program Coordinator will ask you in the Residential Drug Abuse Program Eligibility Interview in federal prison. Your answers to these questions and our assessment of your answers will allow us to draft the individually and uniquely prepared 30-page RDAP Eligibility Assessment & Positioning Paper, (REAPP), for you that lays the groundwork and foundation for your admission to the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program. This eligibility assessment (REAPP) is invaluable for those individuals who are nervous or uneasy in interviews. The REAPP report lists all sixteen (16) important facets required to lay the proper foundation and positioning for the RDAP program. The RDAP Eligibility Assessment & Positioning Paper prepares our clients for a much more comfortable and less stressful RDAP Eligibility Interview held in the client’s federal prison setting. We are aware of the key terminology looked at by the Bureau of Prisons drug abuse specialist, and at a minimum, can assure that our clients are going to be reviewed for the RDAP program.
- Sentence Reduction Programs
- Pre-Sentence Interview Preparation
- Compassionate Release Program
- Pre-Sentence Report Examination
- BOP Facility Designation
- Judicial Recommendations
- RDAP Eligibility Assessment &
Positioning Paper (REAPP)
- Administrative Remedy Program
- Furlough Requests
- Transfer Requests
- Halfway House (CCC) Placement
- Inmate Perks and Upgrades
- Individual Client Research
- Commutation of Sentence Program
- Dismiss your Detainers
- Mothers & Infants Together (MINT)
- Consultation with your Legal Defense Team
- Many other programs
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