Supporting a successful transition to the community is central to the mission of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (Bureau). The Bureau protects public safety by ensuring that federal inmates receive reentry programming to support their successful return to the community. National programs are the Bureau's premier reentry programs, designed to ensure that inmates have the skills necessary to succeed upon release. National programs are standardized across institutions, described in the Bureau's national policies, implemented with dedicated resources, and regularly reviewed for quality assurance. When appropriate, national programs are developed or modified to address the needs of specific populations within the Bureau. For example, a gender-responsive version of the Residential Drug Abuse Treatment Program has been created to specifically address the treatment needs of female inmates. This practical guide was prepared to highlight the Bureau's national programs. Each program summary in this directory contains key information: a Program Description, Time Frame, Admission Criteria, Program Content, Empirical Support, Applicable Policies, and Institution Locations.