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Correct Care Recovery Solutions (CCS’s behavioral health division)

CCRS has more than 15 years experience operating state psychiatric hospitals that serve both forensic and civil populations. This includes the current management of seven residential treatment centers in Florida, Massachusetts, South Carolina, and Texas. Through these centers, CCRS currently serves approximately 2,000 patients.


With just over 2,300 skilled professionals, CCRS continues to grow by providing clients with services that meet or exceed performance requirements and standards of care at a lower cost to taxpayers. And, in addition to serving patients with mental illness, CCRS also assists those individuals who suffer a co-existing alcohol or drug addiction.


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Local Detention

With more than 6,000 employees working in 333 local detention facilities around the country, CCS is responsible for the healthcare needs of more than 160,000 patients; 3,400 of which are youths.


CCS provides our local detention partners with a staffed managed care model that implements comprehensive, accredited medical programs and services that include offsite hospital contracting and dental.


Our goals, on behalf of our local detention clients, are to reduce cost, improve clinical quality, mitigate risk of malpractice and litigation, increased stabilization of jails, and addressing chronic disease in a correctional environment.

State and Federal

CCS employs 1,600 healthcare professionals in its State and Federal behavioral and correctional  division. Operating within 107 facilities around the country, CCS treats 142,000-plus patients; 1,615 of which are youths.


CCS provides our state and federal partners with recruitment and staffing, pharmacy management, integrated EMR, claims adjudication, and mental and behavioral health programming.


We serve as a specialized healthcare provider with an intense focus on core competencies. We work alongside our partners to help project cost as well as offering support in facility accreditation and more advanced behavioral programming.