Togo, MN Minnesota Correctional Facility - View

The MCF-Togo houses up-to 90 adult male Challenge Incarceration Program (CIP) participants. The facility opened in 1955 as "Thistledew Camp" for youth. In 2015, MCF-Togo's mission changed from juveniles to minimum-security adults. CIP-Togo is a minimum security boot camp program mandated by the Legislature in 1992 that allows non-violent individuals who qualify to earn early release. Phase 1 is a six-month, intensive program for up to 90 males who had non-violent drug and property offenses. Programming components include education, critical thinking skills development, chemical dependency programming, rigorous physical exercise, restorative justice work crews, and MINNCOR Industries firewood bundling for state parks. Phases 2 and 3, supervised release phases, are generally six months in duration and served in the community..

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