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    Substance Abuse Programming

    Substance Abuse Treatment

    How do I learn more about substance abuse programming?

    RSAT stands for Residential Substance Abuse Treatment.  It is an intensive substance abuse program at a couple of our facilities.  All of the prisoners that are housed in the RSAT unit are involved in the program from dawn to dusk each day.  Facility staff determine proper placement in RSAT.  The prisoner should speak to their Resident Unit Manager (RUM) to ask about submitting an RSAT application.

    For more information on substance abuse programming, see the web link below:



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