Non-Residential Drug Abuse Program (2022)

Program Description The Non-Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program (NRDAP) is a psychoeducational, therapeutic group designed for general population inmates who report a history of problematic substance use. NRDAP is available to inmates at every institution. The purpose of NRDAP is to afford all inmates with a substance use problem the opportunity to receive treatment.

NRDAP groups are conducted 90 – 120 minutes per week for a minimum of 12 weeks and a maximum of 24 weeks. The content addresses criminal lifestyles and provides skill-building opportunities in the areas of rational thinking, communication skills, and institution/community adjustment.

Time Frame
Hours This program is typically completed in 24 hours.
Needs Addressed Cognitions and Substance Use
Program Delivery To ensure program fidelity and proper credit, the Non-Residential Drug Abuse Program must be delivered by Psychology Services staff.
Institution Locations Available at all BOP institutions.