Components of medical care in prison (BOP)
Educational/Vocational treatment and training
Individual and/or Group Psychology Counseling – Mental Health
  • Life Connections Program (LCP) – a residential faith-based program, not religion specific.
  • Bureau Rehabilitation and Values Enhancement (BRAVE) Program – a cognitive-behavioral, residential treatment program for young males serving 1st sentence, to create a smoother adjustment to prison. Medium Security, 32 years or younger with a sentence of 60 years or more.
  • Steps Toward Emotional Growth and Awareness (STAGES) Program – a program for those with a serious mental illness and/or a ‘Borderline Personality Disorder’. Must volunteer and have a willingness to engage in their treatment.
  • Challenge – a program for male inmates in a Penitentiary (High Security) facilities. Treats those with substance abuse and/or mental illness disorders (psychotic, mood, anxiety or personality).
  • Parenting Program – a program for providing inmates information and counseling through directed classes on how to enhance their relationship with their children even while incarcerated.
  • Mental Health Step Down Program – a program for those who do not require inpatient treatment – who lack the skills to function in general population. Serious mental illness.
  • Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP) – an intensive treatment program where where offenders experience living in a pro-social community. Available in Spanish.
  • Nonresidential Drug Abuse Program – a program requirement for supervised released or through judicial recommendation; where there is substance abuse offense.
  • Drug Abuse Education (does not include treatment).
  • Resolve – a program for those with a Mental Health Diagnosis related to trauma. Designed to decrease the incidence of trauma related psychological disorders – to improve the persons level of functioning.
  • Skills – a program for inmates with intellectual disabilities, neurological deficits and social deficiencies (ie: Autistic). Participation can be at the beginning of their incarceration, but can be at any time.
  • Sex Offender Treatment Program: Residential (SOTP ‐R) – a program for high risk sex offenders, available during the last 36 months of their sentence. Have a history of: multiple sex crimes, excessive non-sexual criminal history, have a high level of sexual deviancy or hyper-sexuality.
  • Sex Offender Treatment Program: Nonresidential (SOTP ‐NR) – a program for low to moderate first time sex offenders with a single history of an Internet sex crime.
    Intended to identify offenders who are likely to re-offend.