Corrections Services

Preparing Men and Women to Successfully Transition into Communities

How we help people

Preparing Men and Women to Successfully Transition into Communities

MTC is committed to improving the lives of the over 26,300 incarcerated men and women at the correctional facilities throughout the world. We provide proven programs like cognitive behavior therapies, group and individual counseling, substance abuse programs, vocational training, academic courses, and a wide variety of life-skills programs to change the way people think about themselves and others. Using an engaged learning approach, we tailor services to individual needs. We go above and beyond the programs that are included in our contract because we know the more effective programs we can offer in our facilities—the more success we’ll have in changing lives.

7,878

vocational, educational, substance abuse, and life-skills certificates earned

7,478,062

hours of effective programming and structured activities provided to incarcerated men and women

729,238

service hours spent helping improve local communities

Being here at Sanders Estes really changed me, made me become a better man. And so far, getting my GED? That’s a great accomplishment. I never thought I’d be able to do it. I dropped out at an early age. Now I’ve got something I can take home to my kids and show them if I can do it, they can do it. And I believe if I can do it, anybody else in this prison system can do it.

Roger Trujillo, Resident, Sanders Estes Unit
Roger Trujillo, Resident, Sanders Estes Unit

Would I rather be at home? Yes. But what I do while I’m here is try to live a different way that’s conducive to recovery and sobriety. And I’ll carry what I’ve learned in here and from all the other women to out there, so I can be a better wife and mother to my family.

Melissa Kappus, Resident, Lockhart Correctional Facility
Melissa Kappus, Resident, Lockhart Correctional Facility