Prison Consultant: Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP)
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How can you receive an early release from prison through RDAP program? What is the RDAP program? Part of my job as a prison consultant is to explain the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP). The RDAP program is relevant to any individual who has been sentenced to federal prison. Why? Because RDAP is the only program available in federal prison that can result in an administrative time cut.
If only the RDAP program can result in a time cut from federal prison, then why doesn’t every federal prisoner participate?
As a prison consultant, I answer those questions through a variety of ways. On my Earning Freedom podcast, I provide guidance on all aspects of living in federal prison. Through PrisonProfessor.com, I offer do-it-yourself guides that individuals can use to prepare for a journey through prison, including qualifying for RDAP. And through one-on-one prison consulting, I share strategies that empowered me through 26 years in federal prison. Those who choose to invest in working with me will position themselves well to advance through prison and emerge successfully, in the soonest possible time.
Today’s Earning Freedom podcast presents a follow-up interview with Salvador Castaneda that appeared yesterday. I met Salvador while he was serving a lengthy sentence in federal prison. At the time that I met him, he identified as member of the Paisa prison gang. Salvador transformed his life during his final years in confinement. He participated in the Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP), resulting in his earning a 12-month time cut.
Salvador explains the structure of the RDAP program and offers insightful guidance that for anyone who anticipates time in federal prison. He also shares how the lessons he learned through his final months in prison empowered him to emerge successfully. He found immediate employment. A local college offered him a scholarship. Then he became a full-time employee of the college, obtaining benefits for his family. He is on the path to success, just as you can pursue if you choose to take deliberate action steps.
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