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Drug Treatment in Prison | Federal Resources

Federal Drug Treatment Programs

Federal Drug Charge Criminal Defense Attorney, Lawyer W.F. “Casey” Ebsary, Jr. just got a great tip from a colleague at the Federal Defender’s Office. There are Bureau of Prisons (BOP) facilities that provide a complete Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP). Most of the BOP facilities have some form of drug abuse treatment, these locations are the only locations providing the complete RDAP. These programs, if successfully completed, provide up to a one year reduction in sentences pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3621(e).

Residential Drug Abuse Program Facilities by Region


FCI Coleman (FL)
FPC Edgefield (SC)
FCI Jesup (GA)
FCI Marianna (FL)
FPC Miami (FL)
FPC Montgomery (AL)
FPC Pensacola (FL)
FPC Talladega (AL)
FCI Tallahassee (FL)u
FCI Yazoo City (MS)


FCI Bastrop (TX)
FPC Beaumont (TX)
FCI Beaumont (TX)
FPC Bryan (TX)u
FMC Carswell (TX)ui
FCI El Reno (OK)
FCI Fort Worth (TX)
FPC Forrest City (AR)
FCI Forrest City (AR)
FCI La Tuna (TX)
FCI Seagoville (TX)
FPC Texarkana (TX)


FPC Alderson (WV)u
FPC Beckley (WV)
FCI Beckley (WV)
FCI Butner (NC)
FPC Cumberland (MD)
FCI Cumberland (MD)
FMC Lexington (KY)i
FCI Morgantown (WV)
FCI Petersburg‐Low (VA)
FCI Petersburg‐Med (VA)


FCI Danbury (CT)u
FCI Elkton (OH)
FCI Fairton (NJ)
FCI Fort Dix (NJ)
FPC Lewisburg (PA)
FPC McKean (PA)


FPC Duluth (MN)
FPC Englewood (CO)
FPC Florence (CO)
FCI Florence (CO)
FPC Greenville (IL)u
FPC Leavenworth (KS)
FCI Leavenworth (KS)
FCI Milan (MI)
FCI Oxford (WI)
FPC Pekin (IL)
FCI Sandstone (MN)
USMCFP Springfield (MO)i
FCI Waseca (MN)u
FPC Yankton (SD)


FCI Dublin (CA)u
FPC Dublin (CA)u
FCI Herlong (CA)
FPC Lompoc (CA)
FPC Phoenix (AZ)u
FCI Phoenix (AZ)
FCI Sheridan (OR)
FPC Sheridan (OR)
FCI Terminal Island (CA)


FCI = Federal Correctional Institution
FMC = Federal Medical Center
FPC = Federal Prison Camp
FSL = Federal Satellite Low
MCFP = Medical Center for Federal Prisoners
USP = United States Penitentiary
RCI = Rivers Correctional Institution
u = Female Facility
i = Co‐Occurring Disorder Program

The complete list of Residential Drug Abuse Programs  is available for download here.

“Any prisoner who, in the judgment of the Director of the Bureau of Prisons, has successfully completed a program of residential substance abuse treatment provided under paragraph (1) of this subsection, shall remain in the custody of the Bureau under such conditions as the Bureau deems appropriate. If the conditions of confinement are different from those the prisoner would have experienced absent the successful completion of the treatment, the Bureau shall periodically test the prisoner for substance abuse and discontinue such conditions on determining that substance abuse has recurred.”

“The period a prisoner convicted of a nonviolent offense remains in custody after successfully completing a treatment program may be reduced by the Bureau of Prisons, but such reduction may not be more than one year from the term the prisoner must otherwise serve.”

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