Admissions into RDAP requires verifiable documentation of your substance abuse disorder and can come from any one of these: Presentence Report (PSR) Notes or letters from medical or mental health professional(s), substance abuse treatment providers, probation or parole officer, or social worker Two or more DUI’s or DWI’s within five years of your most recent arrest or indictment If these documents are not already in your BOP file, you may have them sent directly from the provider to the DAPC. Understandably, no documentation will be accepted directly from you. The BOP will call and verify that the documentation is genuine. A judge’s recommendation is insufficient for admissions but certainly can be helpful along with medical records from the BOP’s Health Services. In some cases, the BOP has ruled that an inmate, although having a verifiable substance abuse disorder, is in “remission” if he has not used drugs or alcohol within the 12 months prior to his initial arrest or indictment. If you are facing incarceration, you should contact us immediately to help properly document your verifiable substance use disorder to guarantee your RDAP eligibility, admissions, and sentence reduction for early release.