The MAP is designed to provide substance abusing inmates and parolees with the opportunity to receive structured, community based substance abuse treatment that introduces intensive therapy for behavioral and psychological problems related to addiction. This funding is a combination of direct appropriations to DMHAS and funds transferred from the Department of Corrections (DOC) and State Parole Board (SPB) to support a FFS network of licensed community-based substance abuse treatment programs. Funding for long term residential is available for DOC inmates pending parole through a network of FFS providers. For SPB, these funds support a similar FFS network which offers the full continuum of care including long term and short term residential care, halfway house, partial care, detoxification, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment for SPB parolees. If you are interested in substance abuse treatment and believe you may qualify for services through this initiative, please contact your parole or corrections officer.
Mutual Agreement Program (MAP)