Rehabilitative & Community Justice Support Centers

Bay State Community Services works in collaboration with the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office and the Massachusetts Office of Community Corrections to deliver criminal justice supervision through an offering of intensive services including assessment, manualized, cognitive behavioral treatment to address thinking patterns and substance use disorder, adult secondary education and job and life skills training and development.

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

Mission of the Norfolk County Community Corrections Center (NCCCC)

The Norfolk County Community Corrections Center helps ensure public safety and reduces recidivism by delivering court-ordered, intermediate sanctions for male and female offenders, while empowering the participants to make positive changes in their lives through evidence-based programming and collaboration.

About NCCCC

The Norfolk County Community Corrections Center is established by the Massachusetts Trial Court, Office of Community Corrections. Community Corrections Centers deliver intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services. Intensive supervision provides an alternative to incarceration for criminal offenders who are assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend.
Services

  • Assessment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Manualized Treatment
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • 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
  • Women’s Services
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Norfolk County Community Corrections 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.

Mission of the Plymouth Resource Center (PRC)

The Plymouth Resource Center helps ensure public safety and reduces recidivism by delivering court-ordered, intermediate sanctions for male and female offenders, while empowering the participants to make positive changes in their lives through evidence-based programming and collaboration.

About the PRC

The Plymouth Resource Center is established by the Massachusetts Trial Court, Office of Community Corrections. Community Corrections Centers deliver intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services. Intensive supervision provides an alternative to incarceration for criminal offenders who are assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend.

Services

  • Assessment
  • Manualized Cognitive Behavioral Treatment
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Adult Secondary Education
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Women’s Services
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Plymouth Resource 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 508-830-3910 x354.

Mission of the Suffolk County Community Corrections Center (SCCCC)

The Suffolk County Community Corrections Center helps ensure public safety and reduce recidivism by delivering court-ordered, intermediate sanctions for male and female offenders, while empowering the participants to make positive changes in their lives through evidence-based programming and collaboration.

About SCCCC

The Suffolk County Community Corrections Center is established by the Massachusetts Trial Court, Office of Community Corrections. Community Corrections Centers deliver intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services. Intensive supervision provides an alternative to incarceration for criminal offenders who have been assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend.

Services

  • Assessment
  • Manualized Cognitive Behavioral Treatment
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Day and Evening Treatment Programs (Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30-7:30 p.m.)
  • Adult Secondary Education
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Women’s Services
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Suffolk County Community Corrections 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.

Mission of the Woburn Community Corrections Center (WCCC)

The Woburn Community Corrections Center helps ensure public safety and reduce recidivism by delivering court-ordered, intermediate sanctions for male and female offenders, while empowering the participants to make positive changes in their lives through evidence-based programming and collaboration.

About SCCCC

The Woburn Community Corrections Center is established by the Massachusetts Trial Court, Office of Community Corrections. Community Corrections Centers deliver intensive criminal justice supervision through a combination of sanctions and services. Intensive supervision provides an alternative to incarceration for criminal offenders who have been assessed as moderate, high, or very high risk to reoffend.

Services

  • Assessment
  • Manualized Cognitive Behavioral Treatment
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Day and Evening Treatment Programs (Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30-7:30 p.m.)
  • Adult Secondary Education
  • Job Skills Training and Development
  • Life Skills Training and Development
  • Women’s Services
  • Trauma-Informed Perspective

Collaboration

The Suffolk County Community Corrections 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.