Funding Levels - Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT)

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners - Office of Justice Programs, Corrections Program Office

 

  

The intent of this grant is assist States and units of local government in developing and implementing residential substance abuse treatment programs within State and local correctional and detention facilities in which prisoners are incarcerated. Specifically the program is structured to provide treatment for a minimum of 6 months in an area separate from the prison population. Funding is based on prison population. A cash match of 25% is required.
 
 
Funding for this program began in 1996.

 

1996 - $243,215 1997 - $275,181            1998 - $597,189
1999 - $599,918 2000 - $586,523          2001 - $592,856
2002 - $667,669 2003 - $616,138 2004 - No Funding
2005 - $336,183 2006 - $103,610 2007 - $103,572
2008 - $ 97,635             2009 - $108,444 2010 - $311,731
2011 - $252,284 2012 - $ 94,967 2013 - $121,061
2014 - $100,100 2015 - $ 103,143