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Our partners were seeking a higher standard of quality care and expressed a need to decrease and stabilize overall costs by maximizing on-site services. Minimizing off-site transports mitigated their risk and liability. Midland County and the Midland County Sheriff’s Office operate the Central Detention Center which is a safe and secure detention facility with a 509-bed capacity and ADP of approximately 450. The County also operates the Barbara Culver Juvenile Justice Center which has a state-rated capacity of 24-beds with a current ADP of approximately 12.

Mental health, COVID-19, and infectious disease are adversaries in any jail setting. However, the minute a person walks through our doors, the liability comes on us to provide the best care for them that we can. CorrHealth knows what they’re doing, and I appreciate how they’ve stepped in to provide us with the highest standard of care which our inmates and juvenile detainees need and deserve. I foresee a bright future for Midland County with CorrHealth.

Benny Matlock, Chief Deputy, Midland County Sheriff’s Office

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