|Reality House Programs, Inc.|
|FY 15 (October 2014)|
|YTD Intakes||M||F||B||W||Other||YTD Discharges||S||U||AD||Average Daily Pop.|
|Federal Bureau of Prisons||42||33||9||10||31||1||38||29||6||3||21.77|
|Inmate Trustee Program||90||86||4||31||49||10||92||86||6||0||2.52|
|Drug Court (ASC I)||21||21||0||7||12||2||8||2||6||0||41.97|
|Mental Health Court (ASC II)||3||2||1||3||0||0||0||0||0||0||3|
|DWI Court (ASC IV)||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||1||0||0||5.77|
|Other (Self Pay Referrals)||39||24||15||11||26||2||40||35||5||0||44.81|
Safety and Security Report
Report Date: Novemberr 12, 2014 Reporting Period: October 1, 2014 - October 31, 2014
Staff Urinalysis: Random multi-panel drug screens were conducted on Reality House Programs, Inc. staff by UMC Hospital Labs. Reality House Programs’ staff members were selected by UMC Hospital Labs twenty-four hours prior to testing. Reality House Programs, Inc. policy states that anyone testing positive for illegal drugs, or drugs not prescribed to them by a physician, will be immediately terminated from their employment at Reality House Programs, Inc.
|# Staff*||# Tested||# Tests||# Positive Tests||# Negative Tests|
*Does not include volunteers, interns, or other unpaid staff.
Note: No staff member tested positive for substances that were not prescribed to him/her by a physician. If they had, he/she would be immediately terminated from employment with Reality House Programs, Inc. The Reality House Programs, Inc. Board Chairperson will receive immediate notification of all positive test results.
Participant Urinalysis: Random multi-panel drug screens were conducted on Reality House Programs participants by the Reality House Programs, Inc. Executive Director. Additionally, Reality House staff collected urine samples on participants of the 13th Circuit Court’s Alternative Sentencing track. Reality House participants are required to submit their sample as soon as they are given notice of the test. Participants of Alternative Sentencing were given notice at 5 a.m., with a 1 p.m. deadline to submit their sample. All sample submissions are observed by Reality House Programs, Inc. staffs. Reality House Programs, Inc. policy states that anyone testing positive for illegal drugs or other drugs not prescribed to them by a physician will be immediately reported to their court of jurisdiction. All participants are given a urinalysis test upon entry into Reality House Programs (“Initial”). If a participant tests positive after the “Initial” test, it is listed as “New Use.” New Use totals do not include continuing positives without new use (drugs still in the system from the previous test).
Number Collected & Analyzed for Reality House:
Tests Initial + New Use+
114 12(10.5%) 9(7.8%)
Collected & Analyzed for Positive Motivation Inc.:
Tests Initial + New Use+
2 0(0%) 0(0%)
Number Collected for Alternative Sentencing Court: # Tests #+Tests
87 Maintained by the court
Totals: Reality House staff supervised/administered 203 urinalysis tests for the month. All persons who have “new use” positive tests were sanctioned by Bureau of Prisons, Missouri Probation & Parole, and/or the courts.
Participant Breathalyzer: Reality House Programs, Inc. staff supervised/administered approximately 1,417 breathalyzer tests during the month. Nine were positive and reported in the urinalysis testing result. All persons who have positive tests are sanctioned by Bureau of Prisons, Missouri Probation & Parole, and/or the courts.
Summary: For the month, approximately 1,620 breath and urine tests were collected by Reality House Programs, Inc. staff. Of the in-house tests, 9 were positive (<1%). All persons who had “New Use” positive tests were sanctioned by Bureau of Prisons, Missouri Probation & Parole, or the court.
Items of contraband recovered by Reality House Programs, Inc. staff during the month:
Unauthorized magazine, puzzle, books, metal files, glass bottle of cologne, body spray/wash, crown royal bag, contact lens solution, DVD's, air freshener, extra blankets, sheets and towels, cigarettes, food items, vitamins, rolling papers.
Major safety and security incidents during the month:
Inspections and Significant changes in policy and procedure related to safety and security during the month:
The falicity was inspected by Korsmeyer Fire Protection and City of Columbia Fire Department..
Michelle B. Thompson
Interim Executive Director
Michelle B. Thompson, Interim Executive Director