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December 21, 2022 | The Role of Correctional Officers in RSAT Programs

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NEW! Hot Off the Press: FAQs about RSAT for State Prisoners Program

BJA's newly released Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) for State Prisoners Program provides important guidance for grantees and subgrantees. The FAQ addresses questions regarding funding eligibility, use of funds for a variety of programming components, such as drug/alcohol testing, therapeutic communities, Medication Assisted Treatment, and more. 


NEW! RSAT Training Curricula: Correctional Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment Programming Guide

This manual consists of several sections designed for different specific audiences to increase its utility for RSAT practitioners, including: 1) policy makers and program administrators; 2) program treatment staff; and 3) prison and jail clinicians. Although these separate audiences will be involved in alcohol use disorder treatment programming in different ways, it may be of use that all share a common understanding of treating persons with this disorder provided by this guide.




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We have heard that motivational interviewing is a good technique for correctional SUD treatment programs. Do any prison or jail RSAT programs use it? Can we learn how to do this ourselves from a curriculum that may be available for free or do we need special training?