Inmate programs at Middle River Regional Jail are designed to assist offenders in areas such as education, substance abuse, behavior modification, parenting, and health. MRRJ also has an Offender Re-Entry Program designed to help prepare inmates for a successful return to society.
The Work Release Program is a program for non-violent inmates with shorter sentences and no sex crimes.
While on the program, inmates are required to pay a room and board fee as well as make payments on any child support, fines and court costs, or restitution owed. In most cases, inmates on the program have first proven themselves on work crews both inside the jail and supervised work crews outside of the jail.