Patrick Boyce Founder of RDAP Prison Consultants is an expert in the field prison consulting and a 2003 graduate of the RDAP program. Successful RDAP eligibility, admissions, and support maximizes ones chances of a sentence reduction and early release. Timing is critical with the ever changing and complex requirements surrounding what documentation is deemed acceptable for RDAP admission, it is important to contact us as early in the process as possible. For a free no-obligation case analysis contact Patrick now!
- Q: What is the Residential Drug Abuse Program (a.k.a. RDAP)?
- Q: Can the RDAP program benefit state prisoners as well?
- Q: How does a participant successfully graduate from the RDAP program in order to get the sentence reduction and early release?
- Q: What is the wait-list like for the RDAP program?
- Q: When can you start the RDAP program, once admitted?
- Q: Do I have to sell or use drugs to get into RDAP?
- Q: How can an inmate apply to RDAP?
- Q: How does RDAP define that I have substance use disorder?
- Q: What is a verifiable substance use disorder?
- Q: How difficult is the RDAP Clinical Interview?
- Q: Which prisons have the RDAP program?
- Q: What if I am at a prison that does not have the RDAP program?
- Q: Can I be kicked out of RDAP or quit?
- Q: What happens if I get kicked out or withdraw from RDAP?
- Q: Can I re-apply into RDAP after I get kicked out or quit?
- Q: How much time will I get off?