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The MTC Difference

When MTC takes over a contract, the MTC Institute gathers quantitative and qualitative information to help tell the story of how MTC provides a quick and effective transition and goes above and beyond to improve the institution.

The MTC Difference: Cleveland and Lockhart Correctional Facilities (2nd Year)
At midnight on September 1, 2015, MTC assumed operations of the Lockhart and Cleveland correctional facilities in Texas. One year after taking over these contracts, MTC has made a measurable positive impact on the facilities, the programs offered, and the quality of operations. Most importantly, MTC’s BIONIC approach to corrections is better preparing offenders to successfully return to their communities.


The MTC Difference: Bradshaw State Jail
At midnight on September 1, 2017, MTC assumed operations of the Lindsey State Jail in Texas.  During the first year of operations, MTC has invested in improvements to the conditions of the facility, expanded and improved programs offered, and quickly established a positive facility culture.


The MTC Difference: Lindsey State Jail
At midnight on September 1, 2017, MTC assumed operations of the Lindsey State Jail in Texas.  During the first year of operations, MTC has invested in improvements to the conditions of the facility, expanded and improved programs offered, and quickly established a positive facility culture.


The MTC Difference: Hubert H. Humphrey Job Corps Center
In just two years, MTC has made a visible, positive impact on campus culture, staff and student engagement, business and employer partnerships, and the physical environment, leading to improved student outcomes. By providing a “student-first” living and learning environment, MTC is better preparing students for college and career success.


The MTC Difference: Cleveland and Lockhart Correctional Facilities (1st Year)
At midnight on September 1, 2015, MTC assumed operations of the Lockhart and Cleveland correctional facilities in Texas. One year after taking over these contracts, MTC has made a measurable positive impact on the facilities, the programs offered, and the quality of operations. Most importantly, MTC’s BIONIC approach to corrections is better preparing offenders to successfully return to their communities.