Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) Preparation Product Description

The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) website describes its Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) as follows: “RDAP is the Bureau’s most intensive treatment program. CBT is used in a modified therapeutic community model where offenders experience living in a pro-social community. Offenders live in a unit separate from general population; they participate in half-day programming and half-day work, school, or vocational activities. RDAP is typically nine months in duration. The Bureau and National Institute on Drug Abuse combined funding and expertise to conduct a rigorous analysis of the Bureau’s RDAP. Research findings demonstrated that RDAP participants are significantly less likely to recidivate and less likely to relapse to drug use than non-participants. The studies also suggest that the Bureau’s RDAPs make a significant difference in the lives of offenders following their release from custody and return to the community.” Earning Freedom (“We” “Us” “Our”) offers the Client (“You”) access to information we have compiled about the BOP’s RDAP. We recommend that you review the information published on our website (link below) to gain a better understanding of the RDAP program in the Bureau of Prisons, who qualifies for the program, and how it benefits people that qualify:

Scope and Process:

We provide educational information about the RDAP program in the Bureau of Prisons from the perspectives of people that have completed RDAP successfully. Discussion topics include:
  1. Intake interview with the DAP-C (psychologist)
  2. Interacting with RDAP therapists
  3. What it means to live in a modified therapeutic treatment community setting
  4. Placement in an RDAP unit
  5. Expectations for living in an RDAP unit
  6. How people get held back in RDAP
  7. How people get disqualified/removed from the program
  8. Disciplinary infractions and RDAP
  9. Accountability and acceptance of responsibility
  10. Participating in the program – both during class hours and outside of class hours.
  11. How and why some people participate without advancing their release date.
  12. The process of receiving a 3621E conditional
  13. Privileges vs. Rights in RDAP
We coordinate a pathway for you to prepare for RDAP consideration. Your relationship with our company covers fees associated with an assessment by a licensed substance abuse treatment provider (Provider). We do not have access to your protected health information (PHI) or receive a copy of any records or documents prepared by the Provider. You will communicate directly with Provider. Any outcomes, diagnosis, and documentation between you and Provider remain strictly confidential between you and the provider.

Cancellation policy:

100% refund if customer notifies Company within 24 hours of payment or before commencement of work (whichever occurs first). After 24 hours, or the commencement of work, the fees paid are non-refundable. Send cancellation requests by email with “Cancel Services” in the subject line to _________________________________________


Nothing in this information shall be construed as us promising or guaranteeing any person’s qualification for, or acceptance or admittance in, the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP). You understand that employees with the Federal Bureau of Prisons are the sole decision-making authority as to whether any person qualifies for RDAP or is admitted to their program. We offer assistance and information based on our collective experience as justice-impacted people. We retain Subject Matter Experts, we research BOP policy, and we regularly review judicial decisions to stay current with mitigation strategies at every stage of the mitigation arc. We are not lawyers. We do not offer legal advice. We cannot file motions in any court of law. No members of our company or any affiliate representatives are authorized to state otherwise. We work with lawyers, and we can recommend a lawyer for you to consider. If you choose to hire a lawyer, you will have a separate engagement and fee with that lawyer. Although we will share what we’ve learned with a lawyer representing you, we will not receive any portion of the fee that you pay to a lawyer. Every individual bears the responsibility to self-advocate and to think proactively. As participants learn from our ongoing commitment to advocacy, successful candidates develop tools, tactics, and resources to advance their prospects for success. No members of our company or any affiliate representatives are authorized to cite statistics and/or claim, guarantee, or promise a specific outcome on any judicial or BOP decision or re-entry matter.

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