Open Road councillors have a long standing relationship with the welfare and education staff at MCTC. Together, we work to identify people’s needs and provide appropriate support for those recovering from drug and alcohol misuse. We work with MCTC as part of its confidential drug/alcohol and anger management counselling service which is available to all residents. We also give advice in contacting similar agencies on release, both in the civilian and military network.
Military Corrective Training Centre
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