Project Labor Community Service Program
Our primary mission is to protect the public by operating a safe, secure, and rehabilitative correctional facility. The Project Labor Community Service Program is designed to aid the rehabilitation of criminal offenders. The program provides Plymouth County governmental and non-profit organizations with no-cost inmate labor for worthwhile projects. The program creates an opportunity for carefully screened inmates to “give back” to the community under the supervision of a community service correctional officer and a chance to learn work and job skills such as basic carpentry, masonry, landscaping, and painting. In 2012, the community service crews saved more than $210k in labor costs for local organizations.
Organizations interested in applying for program assistance may obtain a request form HERE or call Assistant Superintendent James P. Muscato at 508-830-6324.
There is a high demand for assistance so we urge applicants to submit requests as far in advance as possible.
Once approved, a Community Service supervisor will make a site visit to review your project and assist in creating a stock list. All materials must be purchased by your organization and delivered on site before work begins.
We appreciate your interest in the Project Labor Community Service program.