Bridgewater State Hospital (BSH) is a medium security facility housing male patients in two categories: civil commitments without criminal sentences, and on occasion, pre-trial detainees sent for competency and criminal responsibility evaluations by the court.
The Lemuel Shattuck Hospital is a fully accredited teaching facility that provides acute, subacute, and ambulatory care to patients referred by public agencies and private sector providers. The Hospital's services help economically and socially disadvantaged patients to get high quality, cost-effective care from a staff that respects their dignity.
The Massachusetts Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center, also known as MASAC at Plymouth, is a unique facility that houses civilly committed male patients participating in an up to 90-day detoxification program. The Department’s current inmate and patient healthcare vendor, Wellpath, is responsible for all patient management services as of May 2020. These responsibilities include: all day-to-day interaction with patients by non-uniformed clinically trained staff, Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) services, mental health programming services, on-site safety operations and emergency trips. The Department is responsible for the perimeter security of the facility, scheduled trips, and maintenance of the physical structures.
MCI-Cedar Junction (MCI-CJ) is a maximum security reception and diagnostic center, with a medium component, housing criminally sentenced males. The Department Disciplinary Unit (DDU) for the most serious discipline issues is also located here.
MCI-Framingham (MCI-F) is a medium security reception and diagnostic center housing females. It provides a comprehensive network of programming for women who are serving criminal sentences, awaiting trial, or are civilly committed.