Education, Medical and Mental Healthcare in the BOP.

 

The PSR (the Inmate’s Bible), influences where you end up in Prison through the BOP’s Prison Designation Process.

 

Based on the court’s Presentence Report Worksheet, PPRS Prison Match™ utilizes the familiarity of your own physician’s comprehensive history form, and then identifies your clients’needs along with both healthcare & training programs available at specific institutions throughout the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

 

The BOP’s Office of Designation and Sentence Computation Center (DSCC) Determines:
Medical Healthcare Designation’s together with the Inmate Security Prison Placement Process

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medical CARE LEVEL Classification

4 CARE LEVELS
● Mental Health Services
● 7 FMC’s
Early Compassionate Release
● Level of Security and Staff Supervision the Inmate Requires
Dental

 

Levels of Medical Intervention

● PERSCRIPTION FORMULARY
● COPAYS
●CARE LEVEL of the Inmate
●CARE LEVEL of the Institution
● Inmate’s program needs
● Substance Abuse Treatment
Drug Abuse Education 
Nonresidential Drug Abuse Program
Tobacco Policy & treatment
Satellite Camps are adjacent to an FCI (Low, Med or High & USP), An FPC is freestanding and therefore possibly better for your client 
Female Facilities
Diabetes

RDAP Locations
RDAP – Eligible  (Drug Abuse Education)
RDAP – not Eligible
RDAP Reduces Sentence
Retroactivity/Drug Reduction

Educational / Vocational Treatment & Training

ACE (Adult Continuing Education)
English as a Second Language (ESL) Program

Literacy Program 
Occupational Educational Program 
Federal Prison Industries (FPI, UNICOR)

Individual and/or Group Counseling Mental Health

Life Connections Program (LCP)
BRAVE
Stages
Challenge
Parenting
Mental Health Step Down Program

Resolve
Skills  

●Sex Offender Program 
●Sex Offender Treatment Program- Residential (SOTP ‐ R)Nonresidential (SOTP ‐ NR)
Sentencing issues

Various administrative factors

(Institution bed space capacity, the inmate’s general public)

Release measure needed to ensure protection of:

●victims
●witnesses
●general public.