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FY 2007 Oregon RSAT Grant Application

Award Information

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Funding First Awarded
Total funding (to date)

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2007, $109,828)

The Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Formula Grant Program (RSAT) assists states and local governments in developing and implementing substance abuse treatment programs in state and local correctional and detention facilities. The RSAT Program also assists states and local governments in creating and maintaining community-based aftercare services for offenders who are released from institutionally based substance abuse programs. RSAT Formula Grant funds may be used to implement three types of programs. At least 10 percent of the total state allocation for FY 2007 shall be made available to local correctional and detention facilities (provided such facilities exist) for either residential substance abuse treatment programs or jail-based substance abuse treatment programs as defined below.

The Criminal Justice Services Division (CJSD) will use RSAT funds to provide continuation funding for two residential substance abuse treatment programs. (1) Project Frame Works, a secure residential treatment program in Medford, Oregon provides services for 27 high-risk juvenile offenders in the Jackson County Juvenile Detention Center. The goal of the program is to facilitate access to treatment interventions; promote positive social behavior; enhance life skills development, employment preparation, and relationship building; and family function enhancement. (2) The Department of Corrections Oregon State Penitentiary Minimum Security (OSP-M) program, is a 46-bed residential treatment program for felony male offenders and is located in 11 counties throughout the state. The specific goals of the program is to provide intervention services focusing on role modeling, skill development, role-play, practice in non-therapeutic settings, positive and negative feedback, punishment, reinforcement, and incentives. The program will also partner with community-based treatment providers, institution transition counselors, social service agencies, and community corrections programs to develop transition and aftercare components. Further, the program will also involve the family and significant others in the assessment, treatment planning, and transition back into the community.


Date Created: July 17, 2007