Rehabilitative & Community Justice Support Centers

BSCS has been privileged to partner with the MA Restorative Justice Systems including the Office of Community Corrections (OCC), The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office and the Court systems to provide comprehensive services to those who come to the attention of the legal system.

The mission of the Centers is to ensure public safety by providing comprehensive services to individuals who come to the attention of the Justice System so that positive changes can happen in his/her/their lives.

Our rehabilitative services include an individualized comprehensive assessment that is used to develop a personalized service plan. Our staff are trained in National Best Practices Treatment and Curriculum and utilize proven clinical and behavioral intervention that directly address the needs of the individuals we serve. Participants have access to adult secondary education, job skills, psychoeducation, job training and numerous clinical supports.

For contact information, please refer to the specific programs below.

Located in Quincy, the Norfolk Community Corrections Center was established by the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office, the Massachusetts Trial Court -the Office of Community Corrections- to provide intensive supervision and services as an alternative to incarceration for individuals involved in the legal system.

The Center delivers intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services to criminal offenders who have been assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend. Services include:

  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Individualized Cognitive Behavioral Manualized Treatment
  • Substance Use Disorders Treatment
  • Behavioral Health Service
  • Day and Evening Treatment Programs (Tuesdays/Thursdays 5 to 7 p.m.)
  • Adult Secondary Education/High School Equivalency
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Specialized Services based on Gender Identification
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Center is comprised of a multidisciplinary team, which includes clinicians, Sheriff’s department staff, probation officers, parole officers, educators, job developers, and community corrections staff. This team reviews the participant’s progress weekly. The duration of treatment for a participant is determined by their assessments and individualized treatment plans.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact our Program Director at 617-471-7272.

Located in Plymouth, the Plymouth County Community Justice Support Center was established by the Massachusetts Trial Court-the Office of Community Corrections- to provide intensive supervision and services as an alternative to incarceration for individuals involved in the legal system.

The Center delivers intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services to criminal offenders who have been assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend. Services include:

  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Individualized Cognitive Behavioral Manualized Treatment
  • Substance Use Disorders Treatment
  • Behavioral Health Service
  • Day and Evening Treatment Programs (Tuesdays/Thursdays 5 to 7 p.m.)
  • Adult Secondary Education/High School Equivalency
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Specialized Services based on Gender Identification
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Center’s multidisciplinary team includes clinicians, probation officers, parole officers, educators, job developers, and community corrections staff. This team reviews the participant’s progress weekly. The duration of treatment for a participant is determined by their assessments and individualized treatment plans.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact our Program Director at 508-830-3910 x354.

Located in Boston, the Suffolk Community Justice Support Center was established by the Massachusetts Trial Court-Office of Community Corrections- to provide intensive supervision and services as an alternative to incarceration for individuals involved in the legal system.

The Center delivers intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services to criminal offenders who have been assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend. Services include:

  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Individualized Cognitive Behavioral Manualized Treatment
  • Substance Use Disorders Treatment
  • Behavioral Health Service
  • Day and Evening Treatment Programs (Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.)
  • Adult Secondary Education/High School Equivalency
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Specialized Services based on Gender Identify Women’s Services
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Suffolk Community Justice Support Center is comprised of a multidisciplinary team, which includes clinicians, probation officers, parole officers, educators, job developers, and community corrections staff. This team reviews the participant’s progress weekly. The duration of treatment for a participant is determined by their assessments and individualized treatment plans.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact our Program Director at 617-788-6100.

Located in Woburn, the Woburn Community Justice Support Center was established by the Massachusetts Trial Court- Office of Community Corrections- to provide intensive supervision and services as an alternative to incarceration for individuals involved in the legal system.

The Center delivers intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services to criminal offenders who have been assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend. Services include:

  • Comprehensive Assessment
  • Individualized Cognitive Behavioral Manualized Treatment
  • Substance Use Disorders Treatment
  • Behavioral Health Service
  • Day and Evening Treatment Programs (Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.)
  • Adult Secondary Education/High School Equivalency
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Specialized Services based on Gender Identify Women’s Services
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Woburn Community Justice Support Center is comprised of a multidisciplinary team, which includes clinicians, probation officers, parole officers, educators, job developers, and community corrections staff. This team reviews the participant’s progress weekly. The duration of treatment for a participant is determined by their assessments and individualized treatment plans.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact our Program Director at 781-281-0803.