Who We Are
he prison has five housing units, each containing two floors; a school; a recreation building; an infirmary; a power plant; and a food service facility, which also services Huron Valley Complex-Women, the Technical Rule Violation Center, and the Forensic Center.
he majority of prisoners have serious mental illness and cannot function adequately in a general prison population. They receive evaluations and treatment services from the Michigan Department of Community Health under a cooperative agreement and are classified into acute care, rehabilitation treatment services, or residential treatment programs.
About Our Prison Ministry
A wide range of therapeutic programs is offered, as are Adult Basic Education, Special Education and General Education Development preparation. Prisoners also have access to religious programs, general library and law library.
Prisoners are provided on-site routine medical and dental care. Medical emergencies are referred to a local hospital.