Maine Pretrial Services, Inc. (MPS), is a private non-profit agency committed to providing pretrial services, post conviction alternatives, and diversion options throughout the State of Maine. Originally known as the Bail Project, MPS has been in existence for more than thirty-five years. MPS was incorporated in 1983 under its current 501c 3 status.

With guidance from its Board of Directors, MPS has sought to provide services to criminal defendants in all of Maine's 16 counties. Over the last 10 years the agency has evolved into its current configuration with a current presence in eleven Maine counties.

MPS currently provides pre-arraignment screening and risk assessment, release and supervision, Title 30-A home release programming, reentry planning and community supervision, and case management to all Maine problem solving courts (Adult Drug Treatment Courts, Co-Occurring Disorders and Veterans' Courts, and Family Treatment Drug Courts).

MPS and its staff are active members of the National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA), the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP), and the Co-occurring Collaborative Serving Maine. MPS is the nations' first and (currently) only NAPSA accredited organization. MPS' staff are certified NAPSA professionals.

Pretrial Services

Co-Occurring Disorders Court (CODC) (serving all of Maine)

Family Treatment Drug Court (FTDC) (serving Androscoggin, Kennebec, and Penobscot Counties)

Adult Treatment Drug Court (ATDC) (serving Androscoggin, Cumberland, Hancock, Washington, and York Counties)

Kennebec Regional Re-Entry Project (KeRRP)

Project Reentry (serving Cumberland County)