RDAP Program Success
Congratulations! You were accepted into the Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program (RDAP).
But that’s only half the battle. You next have to survive the program and graduate. Which not everyone does. In order to get the full benefits of:
- Up to a 12-month sentence reduction
- Early release
- 6-months community custody (e.g., halfway house/home confinement)
Actually, a significant percentage of inmates (almost 1 in 5) don’t make it through the program successfully for three reasons:
- They sign out or quit
- They are kicked out
- They are restarted in the program due to poor progress.
WE HAVE THE ANSWERS YOU NEED (And we care because we have been in your shoes)
One-on-One RDAP Consulting – I will teach you how to avoid the common pitfalls that others seem to encounter. Along with real life examples to avoid.
Over 80% of all RDAP participants are in prison for drug-related charges. White-collar offenders make up only a small percentage of the program and tend to be held to a higher standard for successful RDAP completion. In some cases, they experience discrimination from both treatment staff and other inmates alike. Especially those white-collar inmates that were involved in high-profile criminal cases.
Reduce Any Sentence By 18 Months or More!
Why do you deserve the time off? You have a good life awaiting you upon release. At least that’s the common misconception.
The shortest possible sentence, served at the best facility, Guaranteed!
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.
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!
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