September 23, 2016   General News

CCA Charitable Fund Raises $473,000 for Community Nonprofits

For a quarter of a century, CCA has hosted the Chairman's Charity Golf Classic to generate funds …

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September 07, 2016   Inmate Reentry Programs

Seeing Positive Change as a Real Possibility

It has often been said that the only constant in life is change. And while it may be true …

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September 02, 2016   General News

What We Do, and How We Do It: CCA's Human Rights Policy Statement

CCA’s Human Rights Policy Statement directly supports the company’s …

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August 26, 2016   General News

CCA Facilities Earn Reaccreditation at Summer Congress of …

The American Correctional Association (ACA) recently held its 146th Congress of …

Currie Gibson, Addictions Treatment counselor at Hardeman, instructs inmates through the Victims Impact program

Seeing It from the Victims' Perspectives

About 90 percent of inmates will one day leave prison and return to their communities, according to Tommy Corman, treatment manager at CCA Hardeman County Correctional Center in Whiteville, Tenn. And ...

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Distinguished Service Award Recipients Share Their Stories

Drew Salois Drew Salois Vocational Instructor, CCA Crossroads Correctional Center CCA has thousands of employees, but only a few are selected for the Distinguished Service Award. These individua...

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Correctional Techs Justin Vasquez and Brittany Anderson work at the CMI Dahlia Facility

Correctional Management, Inc. Joins the CCA Family

Correctional Techs Jeffrey Washburn and Alyssa Miller work at the CMI Boulder Community Treatment Center. Community corrections represents an effective tool in the effort to reduce recidivism in our...

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President and CEO Damon Hininger with Krystal Mayes and Yolanda Dickerson from CCA Marion County Jail II.

Influencing Others Through a Positive Attitude

Pictured with Damon at CCA Marion County Jail II are Krystal Mayes, left, and Yolanda Dickerson. One of the most important ways we can influence others is through our attitude. Attitude is reflecte...

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Kaitlyn, a 12-year-old fighting a form of ovarian cancer, was surprised in February to learn that her wish to visit Hawaii had been granted. CCA West Tennessee Detention Facility raised more than $5,000 to support her trip to Hawaii, working in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. She's pictured here (center, in the pink shirt) with family members and West Tennessee employees.

West Tennessee Helps Make a Child's Wish Come True

It’s been said that some of the best gifts are the ones that are given away. For staff at CCA West Tennessee Detention Facility in Mason Tenn., that sentiment hit home in a big way recently. K...

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A Team Approach to Reentry

CCA facilities across the country offer reentry training and education, ensuring offenders are ready to become productive members of society. That’s our pledge to each other and our communities....

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