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RSAT Programs: Utah Department of Corrections
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Why Utah? • Skiing the Greatest Snow on Earth
Why Utah? • Famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Why Utah? Baby Hazel!
Why Utah? • Green Jell-o
Why Utah? • The Osmond Family
Why Utah? • Sundance Film Festival
Why Utah? • Site for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games
Why Utah? • Majestic National Parks (Zion, Arches, Bryce Canyon
Why Utah? • Timpanogos Cave National Monument
Why Utah? • Promontory Point
Why Utah? • Fry Sauce
Utah is also known for? • Innovative Interventions when working with the Criminal Population
Utah is also known for? Hazel of Course
Division of Programming • Established in 2007 • Separated from other Correctional Divisions (AP&P, Division of Operational Institutions) • Dedicated solely to providing treatment services for SOTP and SATP for both male and female offenders • Oversees volunteer services • Collaboration with local school district for educational services and vocational colleges
Services Provided: • Transitional Services • RSAT programs for both male and female offenders • SOTP programs for both male and female • Employment Agents & Drug Offender Reform ACT • Community Treatment Resource Centers for Parolees • Fortitude Treatment Center (Parole Violation Center)
Transitional Services • • Begins at the point of interface with criminal justice system Use of LSI-R Case Action Plans (CAP) Your Parole Requires Extensive Preparation (YPREP) collaboration with community agencies • Parole Access to Treatment (PATR) – UDC Funded – Case Manager Assigned – $2500 per parolee – Parolee Chooses service provider
RSAT Programs • • Urban and rural correctional settings Therapeutic Community based Two male programs (Con-Quest, HOPE) One female program (Excell) Outcome measures completed – 41. 3% recidivism rate for Con-Quest – 39. 7% recidivism rate for HOPE – 30% recidivism rate for Excell (Female)
Con-Quest RSAT TC Program • 400 inmates in a standalone facility • 10 Clinical therapist • 3 Advanced Substance Use Disorder Counselors • 1 Correctional Specialist 1 (corrections officer) • 12 to 18 months to complete • Monthly UA for all participants including graduates
Con-Quest RSAT TC Program • Three phase program – First 90 days RDAP Series (Change Companies) – Nine months “Clinical Phase” – Continuing Care • Life Skill Classes • Seminars and Personal Growth Classes • Why Try Curriculum
Con-Quest RSAT TC Program • Trauma informed treatment (TREM, Helping Men Recover, Mind Body Bridging, EMDR) • Paid leadership • Peer Leader mentors • Peer Support Groups to address LSI-R – Addict to Athlete • Collaboration with Canyons School District
Con-Quest RSAT TC Program • Davis Applied Technology College (Culinary Arts) 13 month program Graduates receive a certificate and are certified to work in restaurants Graduates of Con-Quest receive priority Other programs offered: • Office Management • Welding • Graphic Arts
Con-Quest RSAT TC Program • • • Collaboration with Canyons School Districts TABE Testing Life Skill Classes Offer High School Diplomas Fully staffed on-site with Principal, Vice-Principal, and teachers
Treatment Resource Centers • • • Assessment Substance Abuse Continuing Care Outpatient SATP Mental Health Therapy Life Skills Classes Located at Parole Centers
CUCF’s HOPE RSAT Helping Offenders Parole Effectively; -A proven, recidivism-reducing TC RSAT with salient rewards and strong, therapeutic sanctions -Daily collaboration with Security Partners -A 332 -bed, seven dorm, RSAT, spanning two housing units at Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison, Utah 27
HOPE RSAT HOPE began in 1998 with a Federal Grant 64 inmates, in 32, 2 -man slider cells Later moved to a larger building (FIR) 288 -bed dorm Initially in four dorms; later expanded to five Weekly Staff Meetings called Offender Management Review (OMR) Daily Morning Collaboration Meetings, with both Housing Unit teams leads to excellent teamwork! TCs- Excellent places for teams to practice MI skills! 28
HOPE RSAT “Throughput” Statistics During 2013, HOPE graduated 192 of the 259 initially enrolled during 2012. This is a 74% program completion rate. By comparison, the Utah High School Graduation Rate for all students is 78% for 2012. The rate for minority students is about 66%. High HS participation and graduation. Vocational Ed. /Jobs ◦ Culinary Arts ◦ Building Trades ◦ Horse Gentling Program 29
Mental Health and Literacy “Time-outs” Mental Health stabilizations: Temporary removal or delay in SATP admission; Initial Screenings by Section Therapist identify MH/Literacy (Special Ed. , Low TABE scores; Education TO, 6 -12 mos. out Review Mental Health history, especially SH, SI, HI, Inpt. Admissions or state hospital admissions, etc. Dual diagnosis ok, if on meds, in MH groups, etc. Many Dual-Diagnosis return from MH or Literacy “Time-outs” to go on to graduate within 14 -18 months. 30
TC Aspects Unique to HOPE Remedial Reform Group (RRG) (30/45/60 days) -30 -day change of status; Supervised by 2 RRG CBs -3 hours daily community service (cleaning the section) -Five-page per day “Daily Therapeutic Journal” Assignment for 30 -days (Developmental Psych. Focus) Daily “Learning Experience” in TC meeting -Randomly selected, one-man, eight-second, “skit” to repay the community for breaking community rules. This includes identifying the associated character defect shown in the ruleviolating behavior, as well as the restorative core value No TV, phone calls or visits No commissary orders 31
HOPE RSAT 30 -Day E-Level Consequence of “Cardinal Rule” violation Loss of visiting, phone, commissary Separate housing unit Three hours per week out for section recreation, shower, etc. Interviewed monthly and invited back to TC After 90 days of E-Level, eligible for G-Level (1100 lockdown in General Pop. Unit, no further advancement until SATP CAP compliant (meaning RSAT participation). Many return from 30 -day E-Level (lower privilege levels) after rule violations to complete RRG, and then resume progress toward an RSAT graduation. 32
Experiential Leadership. Changing through Service Senior Mentor position- 2 per section ◦ ◦ Paid $88 per month for full-time+ hours (49 hr. PINs) Program graduates/role models who have internalized program principles. Provide Pod leadership. Junior Mentor position-4 per section ◦ ◦ Some JMs work as paid Section Tutors. They facilitate “Table Intervention” problem-solving sessions between two community peers. Provide Pod leadership. Historian-Junior Mentor Level- 2 per section ◦ Keeps section records; Provide pod leadership ◦ Unpaid. Leads crew by example. Work, Art, Cadence, Drill, Skit, Motivation, “Rib Tickler, ” Drill, RRG Crew (2 CBs) Upper Leaders (SM/JM, Hx) allowed Walkenhorst catalog orders, 8 items every other month. Tribunal consequences “doubled. ” Crew Boss position- 8 Crews per section ◦ BOPP Special Attention Submissions for All Graduates and Post. Graduates; Various “time-cuts” given by BOPP. 33
Semi-Annual HOPE Graduation Ceremony • Celebrations of Achievement and Accomplishment • Pre-Graduation 1 -hour Special Visits with Approved 2 -3 Adult Family Visitors • Drill Crew Presentation • Hilarious Skits by the Skits Crew • Various Musical Numbers or Native American Drum Circle • High-Impact Graduation Speakers – Former Graduates, Current Inmates, Family Members of Graduates (Spouse, Parent, etc. ), Program Staff Members 34
CINDY CHATTERSON For Cindy Chatterson, life fell apart the same way it does for a lot of women serving time at the Utah State Prison. She got into a bad relationship, became addicted to meth and began forging checks to pay for the drug. She calls this lifestyle a “way of survival for me. ” Cindy resorted to drugs and alcohol and what she refers to as “the sick cycle”. Cindy is hopeful the cycle is over. Thanks to Excell’s substance abuse program, she states that she is prepared to lead a different kind of life.
Trauma & Substance Use Disorders An estimated 85% to 90% of women in prison have experienced some type of trauma in their lives. Women typically use substances to mask trauma, therefore Excell has an emphasis on treating trauma and being gender responsive. Through monthly Women Summit meetings, Corrections and Community Partners work on solutions to these women’s needs.
YPREP Throughout treatment and especially prior to completing the Residential program, clients focus on planning for their transition from prisons to parole. Female Clients work with the Your Parole Requires Extensive Preparation (YPREP) team and all offenders work with their Caseworker to establish and finalize their transition plans. This requires preparation prior to release relative to their individual needs such as: Child Care, Education, Employment, Health Care, Housing and Transportation. YPREP classes are taught by persons from various service agencies that help them improve their social and working skills and also assist them in making contact with needed services on the outside. Parolees’ Access to Treatment (PATR) monies help pay for aftercare and wrap around services as well.
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