FDC Honolulu Substance Abuse Programs

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FDC Honolulu does not offer the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP). Any designated federal inmate who wishes to be considered for the RDAP at another institution must submit a cop-out form to the Drug Abuse Program Coordinator (DAPC). Drug abuse treatment at FDC Honolulu consists primarily of drug education groups for cadre inmates and transitional services for cadre inmates who have completed the RDAP. The drug education course is an extensive, classroom-style, comprehensive study of the physiological and psychological aspects of drug use. Any cadre inmate can volunteer to participate in drug education. Some cadre inmates may be required to participate in the Drug Education Program.

Additional substance abuse programs may be available to pretrial inmates who request these services Programs for non-sentenced inmates are dependent upon staff availability. Inmates are not allowed to instruct or organize groups.

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