1 Texas Department of Criminal Justice Rehabilitation Programs Division June 2010
2 SAFPF (Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility) Community treatment alone is not always enough Some individuals must be removed from their environment to be receptive to treatment Holistic approach
3 Texas Department of Criminal Justice Sayle SAFPF Johnston SAFPF East Texas Transfer Facility SAFPF Hackberry (Special Needs SAFPF) Henley SAFPF (Special Needs Female) Estelle Unit (Special Needs SAFPF) Halbert SAFPF Jester 1 (Special Needs SAFPF) Glossbrenner SAFPF
4 Treatment Staff SAFPF Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) or registered as a Counselor Intern (CI) with the Texas Department of Texas State Health Services (DSHS) Certified Criminal Justice Professional Counselors (CCJP or CCJP-A) 1:25 counselor to offender ratio
5 Criteria for Placement 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd degree or state jail felony are eligible, unless they are charged with or convicted of a felony or criminal attempt of a felony under Section (Indecency with a Child), (Sexual Assault), or (Aggravated Sexual Assault) of the Penal Code. Offenders convicted of offenses for which sex offender registration is required are also not eligible to participate. Offenders with a detainer filed by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), or a felony detainer are not eligible. Offenders shall be chemically dependent, as shown by an accepted substance abuse screening instrument.
6 Special Needs Offenders shall be physically and mentally capable of uninterrupted participation in a therapeutic community program.
7 SAFPF Admissions Forward pen packet document checklist (recently updated) and Texas Uniform Health Status Update Form (TUHSU), if applicable, to the SAFPF admissions office.
8 SAFPF The in-prison component of SAFPF is an intensive six (6) to nine (9) month Therapeutic Community (TC) Program Phase I Orientation: Comprehensive Assessment Basic language (TC lingo) Rules and expectations
9 SAFPF Phase II - Main Treatment: Cognitive intervention Criminal thinking errors and drug seeking behavior are exposed to confrontation while respect to the individual is maintained Education Skills training Lifestyle Confrontation Family Dynamics Motivational interviewing
10 SAFPF Phase III Reentry: Development of social skills Identification of triggers and practiced relapse prevention Peer support groups such as AA, NA, CA, SOS, and Winner's Circle.
11 Continuum of Care Aftercare is an important component of the SAFPF program. Aftercare provides for the support and treatment that a chemically dependent offender needs to maintain a drug free lifestyle while in the community.
12 Continuum of Care Aftercare may be in the form of: 3 month post-release residential transitional treatment center (TTC) program or, release to an alternative to the TTC, allowing the offender to reside at an approved home plan location.
13 Transitional Treatment Center The TTC provides a diverse range of therapeutic, residential and resource programs that allow the offender to focus on recovery while preparing for the transition to community. Offender and treatment staff prepare a service implementation plan (to addresses employment, education, vocational training, housing, medical and other social needs) Learn coping skills in a supportive environment Peer support groups Engages in relapse prevention counseling and education Identifies coordinated services from community resources.
14 Alternative to Residential Transitional Treatment Center Phase 1B/4C Individualized treatment planning Must have supportive outpatient services available in the area Treatment hours equal to TTC Inmate Pre-Release Assessment (IPASS) Treatment Team Recommendation
15 Continuum of Care Supportive Outpatient Care Services 9 to 12 months Weekly outpatient counseling and random urinalysis Meet with supervising officer (probation or parole) as required Attend peer support Maintain satisfactory employment Attend support groups Continue working with sponsor Completing areas of need identified on the individual service plan
16 Continuum of Care Support Group 12 months Report to supervising officer (probation or parole) as required Attend weekly peer support Maintain satisfactory employment Participate as peer support volunteer Random urinalysis Implementing need(s) identified on individual service plan (vocational training, education, etc.)
17 REHABILITATION PROGRAMS DIVISION Madeline Ortiz, Director Becky Price, Deputy Director Pam Carey, Manager, Operations Heather Clark, Intensive Treatment Programs
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