Governor’s Office, ARC motivate Mule Creek residents

People stand at Administration Building entrance at Mule Creek State Prison.
The Governor's Office and Anti-Recidivism Coalition visited MCSP to celebrate the program's success.

Representatives from the Governor’s Office and leadership from the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) celebrated the program’s success at Mule Creek State Prison (MCSP).

The Governor’s Office staff and ARC leadership met with the MCSP population from A and C Facilities. The incarcerated population heard motivational speeches from ARC Executive Director Samuel Lewis, Director of Inside Programming Jacob Brevard, Associate Director of Women’s Department Norma Cumpian, and Northern Regional Manager Joseph Osorio.

The incarcerated population also presented ARC Executive Director Samuel Lewis with a portrait. The Governor’s Office took part in an ARC question-and-answer session to experience the program first-hand.

“Mule Creek would like to thank the Governor’s Office and ARC staff for being a part of MCSP’s rehabilitative process,” according to a statement issued by the institution.

Submitted by Jason Ross, Community Resource Manager

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