Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center (MCRRC)

Reentry & Treatment Facility

Last Updated: February 20, 2024
45 Congress St, Belfast, ME 04915

MCRRC is for Reentry & Treatment Facility offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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Satellite View of Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center (MCRRC)

You can support your loved ones at MCRRC on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 207-338-1080.

The Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center (MCRRC) in Belfast, ME, focuses on successful offender reintegration into society, crucial for effective crime control. With high recidivism rates, evidence-based practices tailor programs for medium to high-risk individuals, reducing repeat offenses. Reentry and Treatment Centers offer structured environments and various programs aiding rehabilitation and community reconnection efforts. Collaborating with the Waldo Sheriff's Department, the Maine Department of Corrections, and sometimes the Federal Bureau of Prisons, comprehensive reentry services prioritize education, substance abuse treatment, and workforce development. Facilities assist officers in monitoring compliance and serve as alternatives to pretrial detention, considering cost-effectiveness and reducing overcrowding. Emphasizing individual needs, family support, and community integration, the center aims for holistic support, empowering successful reintegration.

The MCRRC in Belfast, Maine, stands as a beacon of hope and opportunity for incarcerated men seeking to reclaim their lives and reintegrate into society as productive citizens. Functioning as a residential center, MCRRC is meticulously designed to equip its residents with the essential skills and experiences needed to thrive upon their return to their home communities.

At MCRRC, residents are immersed in a transformative environment where they receive comprehensive treatment, education, and vocational opportunities aimed at reducing recidivism. With over 40 hours of programming provided each week, men are empowered to address the underlying issues that have hindered their success in the past, paving the way for a brighter future.

The interior layout of the Reentry Center is thoughtfully crafted to balance security with a supportive atmosphere conducive to the transitional process. As residents embark on their journey towards long-term success, they are greeted by a message affirming their potential for future success, underscoring the collaborative partnership between staff and residents.

Within the Center, communal spaces such as a study area and kitchen with a dining space serve dual purposes, fostering both academic enrichment and social interaction. Each bedroom, furnished with two bunks and a dresser, features furniture meticulously crafted at the Maine Correctional Center, symbolizing the residents' commitment to personal growth and transformation.

The Reentry Garden in Swanville stands as a testament to the residents' dedication to community service and sustainable living. Producing an impressive 80,000 to 100,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables per growing season, the garden not only sustains the residents of MCRRC but also serves as a generous source of donations to local churches, food pantries, the YMCA, and various other community organizations. This initiative, entirely managed and operated by MCRRC residents, embodies the principles of rehabilitation, self-sufficiency, and giving back to the community.

Moreover, MCRRC's success is further amplified through strategic partnerships with key stakeholders, including the Maine Department of Corrections, Waldo County Sheriff’s Office, and the Restorative Justice Project. Through collaborative efforts, these partners contribute to the holistic approach to reentry, offering support, resources, and expertise to enhance the effectiveness of MCRRC's rehabilitation programs.

In essence, the Maine Regional Reentry Center stands as a beacon of hope, empowerment, and redemption for incarcerated men, offering a pathway to redemption, personal growth, and successful reintegration into society. Through dedication, perseverance, and a commitment to change, residents of MCRRC are empowered to reclaim their lives and build a brighter future for themselves and their communities.

Inmate Locator

To utilize the Inmate Search page on InmateAid, begin by selecting the relevant prison facility in Maine. This allows you to view the current list of inmates housed at Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center (MCRRC).

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Visitation Information

Visiting hours for MCRRC are subject to change, so it's crucial to confirm them by contacting the facility directly by phone. Residents in treatment often have conflicting schedules as many have off-site employment and are not always available during visiting hours. Please reach out to 207-338-1080, on visitation procedures, applications, or directions to the facility in Belfast.

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