Spectrum provides a wide array of in-prison programming on a statewide basis for the Massachusetts Department of Correction (MADOC), including residential treatment, general population programming, family services, secure adjustment unit treatment, and tablet programming. Spectrum also helps opiate dependent offenders being released from the Massachusetts state prison system access addiction treatment in the community.
In 2020, Spectrum was awarded a first-of-its-kind contract by the Department of Correction to provide medication for opioid use disorder treatment, utilizing all three FDA-approved medications, for inmates across the state.
Spectrum also provides a range of substance use disorder programming for the Essex County Sheriff’s Department, Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department, and Middlesex Sheriff’s Office for inmates and detainees under County supervision. In addition, Spectrum provides medication for opioid use disorder treatment behind-the-walls for the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Department, Berkshire County Sheriff’s Department, Middlesex Sheriff’s Office, and Worcester County Sheriff’s Office.
In the community, Spectrum provides outpatient counseling and medication for substance use disorder treatment to clients with criminal justice involvement throughout our network of 15 outpatient treatment centers. Approximately 400 clients attend Spectrum’s court-ordered counseling programs including impaired driver education, second offender aftercare, intimate partner abuse education, and anger management.
For more information, please call (508) 792-5400