Long-term Residential (Secure) Substance Abuse Treatment Programs are community-based, full service, long-term substance abuse therapeutic communities (secure indicates a long-term program, not a program in a locked facility) with two components. The Intensive Treatment Component (ITC) lasts up to twelve (12) months. During the ITC the offender only participates in counseling and therapeutic and educational activities at the residential facility. The Employment/Re-Entry component (ERC) lasts six (6) months with a primary focus on successful re-entry into the community. During the ERC gaining and maintaining employment is incorporated into the offenders treatment plan. The offender resides in the treatment facility while maintaining gainful employment in the community. In this component the offender participates in a minimum of six hours of counseling per week. The residential program is staffed by paid awake staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Programs receiving funds through the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) federal grant are considered RSAT programs.
|Facility||Start Date||Number of Beds|
|Bradenton DTC/Operation PAR||June 1993||118|
|Phoenix House*||November 1993||214|
|First Step||September 1991||10|
|Operation PAR||September 1991||75|
|Average Per Diem||$45.60|
|* Formerly known as Daytop Ocala November 1993 – June 1999.|