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Due to the impact of COVID-19 & recent CDC recommendations regarding travel, visitation will not be held for the Thanksgiving holiday (Thursday and Friday) at BCCX, MCCX, MLTC, & TCIX. Click here for FAQ's & Guidelines for Reopening Visitation & Volunteer Services at BCCX, MCCX, MLTC, and TCIX - Visitation will not be available for offenders housed in Unit 28 at BCCX - Visitation at these four sites is by appointment only.
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding COVID-19 - Visitation Is Currently Suspended At All Prisons, except BCCX, MCCX, MLTC, and TCIX.
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Day Reporting/Community Resource Centers

As part of the Public Safety Act of 2016, the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) implemented Day Reporting/Community Resource Centers which serve as alternatives to incarceration by placing eligible participants in structured and intensive outpatient programs.  The programs provide resources and services to offenders to assist them as they work towards becoming productive citizens in their communities.

The DRC/CRC is a one-year three-phase program that will assist moderate to high-risk offenders with a substance use issue.   In order to be eligible for the program, the participant must be under the supervision of TDOC's Community Supervision, have at least 2 years left on probation supervision, and/or have substance use concern.

TDOC is mission driven.  We want to enhance public safety by changing the way we do business.  It is more cost-effective to keep non-violent offenders out of the prison system.  It currently costs $79.00 per day to incarcerate an offender versus $41.00 per day for an offender to report to a Day Reporting/Community Resource Center.  Our goal is to provide the participants with evidenced-based programming and treatment in an environment where they can continue to be with their families and community.


Our Mission

To enhance public safety by providing guidance, treatment,education and supervision to promote successful rehabilitation and reentry.



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