MASS DC - MASAC at Plymouth

State Prison

Last Updated: February 19, 2024
1 Bump Pond Rd, South Carver, MA 02366

MASAC-Plymouth is for State Prison offenders sentenced anywhere from one year to life by the State Court in the county where the charges were filed

All prisons and jails have Security or Custody levels depending on the inmate’s classification, sentence, and criminal history. Please review the rules and regulations for State - minimum facility.

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If you are unsure of your inmate's location, you can search and locate your inmate by typing in their last name, first name or first initial, and/or the offender ID number to get their accurate information immediately Registered Offenders

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You can support your loved ones at MASAC-Plymouth on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 508-291-2441.

Located at 1 Bump Pond Rd in South Carver, MA, MASAC-Plymouth carefully assigns inmates based on their custody level, considering factors like criminal history. MASAC-Plymouth offers diverse educational and vocational programs aimed at equipping offenders for successful reintegration into society and reducing recidivism. Through these initiatives, inmates gain skills and confidence, fostering personal growth and resilience.

When someone you care about ends up in a state prison, it can be tough to navigate the ins and outs of the system. From figuring out how to stay in touch to understanding what you can do to make their time easier, it can feel overwhelming. That's where this webpage comes in handy. It's here to help you get the lowdown on MASS DC - MASAC at Plymouth so you can stay connected and support your loved one during their time inside.

Communication is important, the prison offers a phone program for outbound calls only, with inmates unable to receive incoming calls. Accepting collect calls can be expensive, sometimes exceeding $10 per call. Click here for discounts on inmate calls, especially if the communication with your inmate is frequent. It's important to remember that all phone calls are recorded, and discussing sensitive legal matters over these lines is discouraged.

While incarcerated, reading is often the best use of time. Please note that books and magazines, puzzles, and word searches ordered for inmates must come directly from the publisher. This policy ensures that the items are new, untampered, and comply with the facility's regulations. Prisons and jails enforce this rule to prevent the introduction of contraband or prohibited materials. By restricting orders to publishers, the facility can better maintain security and control over the content entering the institution. Any books or magazines not received directly from the publisher will be rejected and not delivered to the inmate. You may, however, send letters and selfies to inmates with this easy-to-use app, packages starting at only $8.00.

The MASAC (Massachusetts Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center) at Plymouth is a unique facility designed to address the needs of civilly committed male patients undergoing up to a 90-day detoxification program. Managed by Wellpath since May 2020, MASAC houses two distinct populations: civilly committed individuals and minimum-security male inmates.

While Wellpath oversees patient management services, including mental health programming and safety operations, the Department of Correction maintains perimeter security and facility maintenance. Inmates participate in supervised work crews, providing community reparation through agreements with local towns and state agencies.

The facility's Pre-Release component aims to reduce inmates' security levels, allowing them to participate in work release programs within the community. Through assessments and guidelines, inmates nearing parole eligibility or release dates can work and earn a paycheck, promoting successful reintegration.

MASAC offers various programs to support inmates' re-entry into society, including educational programs like GED, ABE, and ESL, as well as vocational training such as the Automotive Program. Other initiatives include the Thinking for A Change program, the Public Safety Transition Program, and religious services.

Originally established in 1952 as Restoration Camp #1, MASAC has evolved over the years to become a modern and effective correctional facility. Renovations and construction projects have transformed it into a center providing comprehensive support for inmates' rehabilitation and reintegration.

Programs available at MASAC include Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings, Cooperative Parenting Project Program, HIV/AIDS Education, National Education for Assistant Dog Services-Puppy Program, Parenting/Family Services, and Self Help/Twelve Step Programs. These programs address various aspects of inmates' lives, from substance abuse recovery to parenting skills, furthering their preparation for successful re-entry into the community.

Inmate Locator

MASAC-Plymouth maintains a database of current inmates and their locations within the system. To locate an inmate, begin by using the DOC locator tool, which requires entering the first three letters of the inmate's first and last name, allowing for variations in spelling.

If unable to locate the desired information through free resources, users may opt to use the Arrest Record Search, which requires payment. While this option incurs a small fee, it provides access to the most up-to-date data available.

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Visitation Information

for MASAC at Plymouth

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Visits should be scheduled at least 48 hours up to 7 days in advance, and appointments are required.

Ask The Inmate

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