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Massachusetts Correctional Institution – Framingham (MCI-F), Middlesex County, Massachusetts Overview

Massachusetts Correctional Institution – Framingham (MCI – Framingham) is the Massachusetts Department of Correction’s institution for female offenders. Opened in 1877, It is located in Framingham, Massachusetts, a city located midway between Worcester and Boston. Currently, the facility houses approximately 452 inmates.

Capacity: 452


Superintendent’s Office:
Massachusetts Correctional Institution – Framingham
99 Loring Dr.
P.O. Box 9007
Framingham, MA 01701
Phone: (508) 532-5100 Ext. 301 or Ext. 303

Visitation Hours:

General Population:
Sunday – Monday, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm, 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
Saturday, 1:00 pm-5:00 pm, 5:00 pm-8:00 pm

Restrictive Housing Unit (R.H.U.):
Sunday, 1:15 pm-2:15 pm, 2:30 pm-3:30 pm, 6:15 pm-7:15 pm, 7:30 pm-8:30 pm
Tuesday, 1:15 pm-2:15 pm, 2:30 pm-3:30 pm, 6:15 pm-7:15 pm, 7:30 pm-8:30 pm
Thursday, 1:15 pm-2:15 pm, 2:30 pm-3:30 pm, 6:15 pm-7:15 pm, 7:30 pm-8:30 pm
Saturday, 1:15 pm-2:15 pm, 2:30 pm-3:30 pm, 6:15 pm-7:15 pm, 7:30 pm-8:30 pm

Visitation Policies:

  1. Visitors must have a valid photo I.D. These include – State driver’s licenses, Passports, Military ID, Official photo I.D. cards that originate from any state or federal agency, including government employee I.D. cards, and Immigration/Customs Enforcement documents.
  2. A Visitor Application Form needs to be completed. Once completed and mail it to the specific institution that you intend to visit. The Visitor Application will be processed, you and the inmate will be notified of approval or denial.
  3. Generally, all visitors must be PRE-APPROVED prior to visiting any inmate. Depending upon the security level of the institution housing the inmate, the maximum number of pre-approved visitors varies. Maximum Security – 8 visitors, Medium Security – 8 visitors, Minimum Security/Pre-release – 10 visitors
  4. An inmate’s visitor list may be revised three times per year.
  5. Minors, or children under the age of 18, do not require pre-approval. They must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian that has physical custody and who is on the inmate’s pre-approved visiting list.
  6. An adult who is not the parent or guardian having physical custody of the minor must submit a completed Minor Consent Form and obtain the Superintendent’s approval before visiting.
  7. An inmate may sign the minor consent form if he/she is noted as the parent on the child’s birth certificate. They do not need to be re-submitted upon the inmate’s transfer to another department institution. They will need an original/copy of a birth certificate or of official hospital records verifying the birth of the child, the date of birth of the child, and parent information.
  8. Inmates newly committed to a Department institution shall be allowed to have two (2) visitors and a reasonable number of visiting children pending the visitor pre-approval process. Inmates shall submit an Inmate Visitor Listing within thirty (30) days of admission to the Department.
  9. Visitors who are added to any subsequent Inmate Visitor Lists shall not be allowed to visit until approved. The two (2) visitors allowed to visit pending the approval process shall become inactive after forty (40) business days if not properly approved through the application process.
  10. If you are a visitor who uses life-saving medications or medical devices, you must: Get prior approval from the Superintendent to bring these items; Submit to the Superintendent written evidence signed by a health care professional documenting the need for such medication or device(s).
  11. You are required to declare the medication or device(s) and produce the written approval from the Superintendent each time you visit.
  12. A visitor who is paroled or otherwise released from Department custody must obtain the permission of the Superintendent before visiting an inmate who is still confined.
  13. Inmate family members recently released from a correctional facility may not be considered for visitation approval for six months following release from incarceration.
  14. Other visitor applicants with prior incarcerations who are not immediate family members may apply for visitation one year after release from confinement.
  15. A Superintendent or designee may reject applications for a visit to any person who has felony convictions if they believe that the Security of the institution or individuals may be jeopardized.
  16. Visitors with dog allergies, who are concerned about their brief exposure, may make alternate arrangements with prior approval of the Superintendent by providing documentation from their medical provider.
  17. If the dog is not alert to the presence of drugs, the individual(s) can then proceed into the facility following the search.
  18. If the dog does alert to the presence of drugs, the visitor will be asked to step out of line and consent to a search by correctional staff.
  19. If the visitor refuses, they will not be allowed to visit the inmate and must leave the facility.
  20. If drugs are found, the individual will be barred from visiting DOC facilities and may be subjected to criminal prosecution.
  21. Barred visitors may seek a review or reconsideration of their bar from the Facility Superintendent, in accordance with the current Visiting Procedure regulation.

Deposit/Commissary Accounts:

Family and friends should use Access Corrections Secure Deposits to send money to inmates. Access Corrections Secure Deposits Secure Deposits allows for deposits: online through Access Corrections through the Access Corrections App. The Access Corrections app is available for iOS and Android devices, or telephone deposits. Deposits can be made via a credit or debit card. Money may also be deposited in person at the facility.

Access Corrections:

Call Access Corrections Secure Deposits at 866-345-1884
Call 24/7 to speak with a bilingual representative

Inmate Mailing Address:
Inmate Name, ID Number
Massachusetts Correctional Institution – Framingham
P.O. Box 9007
Framingham, MA 01701

Massachusetts Correctional Institution – Framingham
99 Loring Drive
Framingham, MA 01701
Phone: (508)-532-5100

Security Level: Medium
Type(s) of offenders: Adult Female

Sending Money To An Inmate:

Money can be sent to inmates using the following methods:

  1. Online: Sign up at Access Corrections online or download the Android or iOS app on your mobile phone. Secure Deposits is the fastest, most convenient way to deposit funds into your loved one’s account with your Visa or MasterCard.
  2. By Phone: Call Access Corrections toll-free at 1-866-345-1884. Bilingual representatives are available 24/7.
  3. In-Person: There are two ways you may add money to an inmate’s account in person. Some institutions allow you to drop a check or money order off at the prison where the inmate is being held. Please call the institution to verify. Drop your check or money order into the box labelled “Inmate Funds” in the lobby. It should be made out to the inmate with the inmate’s commitment number included. Please note that all money orders over $200 and all personal checks are put on 7 business day hold. You may visit Cash Pay Today online to enroll and find drop-off locations to make cash-only deposits near you. For more information, call 1-844-340-CASH (2274).
  4. By Mail: Secure Deposits also offers a lockbox service for checks and money orders at no fee. Checks or money orders are mailed with a completed Money Order/Check deposit slip to Secure Deposits, Massachusetts DOC, P.O. Box 12486, St. Louis, MO 63132.
  5. Government and Institutional Check Discretion: The Department of Correction except for deposit Federal Government and/or State Government checks, or checks issued by commercial entities sent directly by the issuer to an inmate at a Department of Correction facility. Such checks must contain sufficient documentation to identify the issuer, the payee, the source of the funds, and the eligibility of the inmate to receive the funds. Checks that do not meet the criteria will be returned to the sender.
  6. Access Corrections Secure Deposits: Call Access Corrections Secure Deposits at 866-345-1884.

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