Success in the United Kingdom After MTC Helps Reduce Re-Offending

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In 2015, MTC was honored to become a major player in a bold experiment in the United Kingdom. The British Ministry of Justice decided to change the way they managed the transition of people from prisons to the community, who are medium to low risk, as well as people whose sentences are non-custodial, but require … Continued

Volunteer Shares Otero Facility Success with State Representative

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An associate professor at the University of Texas at El Paso recently sent a letter to New Mexico State Representative Willie Madrid sharing the success he’s seen at the Otero County Prison Facility (OCPF). “I am writing to let you know that I greatly appreciate the services OCPF provides for its inmates to attend spiritual … Continued

We Take You Around the Country to See How MTC Staff Battled Homelessness

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In celebration of MTC’s 40th anniversary, MTC facilities battled homelessness during the fourth quarter. In this story, we’ll show you some of the great work our staff did to help ease the pain of homelessness. Here’s a quick quote from a video the Imperial Regional Detention Facility to show what they did. “Hi, this is … Continued

Letter to Diboll Warden Describes Transformation During and After Incarceration

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MTC is honored to operate all of the contract correctional facilities for the State of Texas. Our outstanding staff in Texas provide valuable services to help people change their lives. This letter is from a former resident at the Diboll Correctional Center who was released a few years ago:   My name is Wilbur Huckabay. … Continued

Hartford Job Corps Graduate Inducted Into Beta The Theta Chapter Honor Society

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Sylvia Seih tried college but struggled. She learned about Job Corps and enrolled at the MTC-operated Hartford center in Connecticut. “Job Corps provided a better environment,” says Sylvia. “It is very structured and allowed me to focus on my educational goals without the distractions of family responsibilities.” Sylvia completed the insurance and financial services program. As … Continued

Veterans at the Otero I Facility Raise Money to Help Local Family

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A family in Chaparral, NM received a check for $1,000 thanks to a resident-organized club from the nearby Otero County Prison Facility. The Veterans Club is made up of 50 veteran and non-veteran residents at the Otero County Prison Facility. It’s an inmate-organized club that throughout the year has fundraisers to give back to the … Continued

A Message From Dan Marquardt as We Begin a New Year

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All year long we have celebrated MTC’s 40th anniversary. In 1981, MTC was created with the mission to change people’s lives. And because of you, here we are today, doing just that! All year long we fondly looked back at the past 40 years with a deep appreciation for our employees who have made us … Continued

Earle C. Clements Job Corps Helps Victims of Deadly Tornadoes

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The recent string of deadly tornadoes across eight U.S. states hit Kentucky especially hard. Fortunately, the MTC-operated Earle C. Clements Job Corps Center was spared. As images of the destructive tornadoes began appearing on TV and in social media, staff at the Earle C. Clements center felt a deep desire to help. They immediately reached … Continued