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Coffee Creek Correctional

http://www.oregon.gov/DOC/OPS/PRISON/cccf.shtml

 


Address
24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road
PO Box 9000
Wilsonville, OR 97070

 


                  Click here to go to CCCF´s Web site                   

                 

                   
Phone
Supt. (503) 570-6412
Info.  (503)  570-6400
FAX  (503)  570-6417

Custody Level: Minimum  Female

 

 


Bill Hoefel, Superintendent
Martin Herron, Assistant Superintendent of General Services
Lory Humbert, Assistant Superintendent of Program Services
Chris Popoff, Assistant Superintendent of Security

 

 

 

PRISONER LETTERS

 

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Minimum Facility
Saturday, Sunday, and holidays: 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Friday through Sunday, and holidays: 7:00 - 9:30 pm


Medium Facility
Saturday through Wednesday: 1:30 - 4:00 pm  &  6:00 - 9:00 pm


Visiting Rule: OAR Div 127 Visiting (Inmate)

 

 

CCCF is a multi-custody prison accommodating all of the State of Oregon's female inmates (except for a few in the Summit Program at Shutter Creek Correctional Institution). It provides intake and evaluation of all female and male inmates committed to state custody by the courts. The prison has cell and dormitory housing, inmate work programs , skills training, education, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, warehouse space for on-site storage, a central records unit, and administration areas.

 

Offender intake and assessment for the Oregon Department of Corrections (ODOC) takes place at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility located in Wilsonville, Oregon.  All offenders sentenced to serve time with ODOC enter through this facility except when determined to be inappropriate for safety and security reasons.  The intake and assessment process usually requires about three to four weeks to complete.  During this time offenders take part in a number of assessments and information gathering activities.  These activities are designed to identify security, medical, mental health, substance abuse, educational, and cognitive risks.
 
After all necessary information has been gathered using the appropriate assessment tools, an intake correctional counselor evaluates the information and uses it to determine an inmate’s custody/classification and in the development of an individualized corrections plan for each offender.  Each offender then meets with a correctional counselor for review of the corrections plan and to answer the inmate’s questions.  After this final meeting with the counselor, the inmate is scheduled for transfer to a long-term facility in which the safety of all inmates, staff and the surrounding community can be ensured.  

 

All inmates enter the Department of Corrections through the Intake Center at CCCF. The goal of the intake process is to prepare inmates for successful incarceration and reentry into the community. Inmates are evaluated, and their strengths and weaknesses identified. Programs and services to support pro-social change form the foundation of each inmate´s individual corrections plan. 
Inmates will experience the following:
Math and reading testing;
Medical and mental health screening;
Alcohol and drug screening and education;
An assessment of factors in inmates´ lives that contribute to committing crimes;
A security classification; and
A correctional plan for programs and services to address the factors that contribute to committing crimes. 
Classes are presented about the department’s expectations for inmates and ways they can use the programs and services provided as opportunities for change.
While at Intake, inmates will have access to telephones and to letter-writing materials. They will not receive family visits, incoming phones calls, or messages from their families. They can receive mail. Inmates are encouraged to keep in touch with their families, including their children
After being assessed, the male inmates will go to the most appropriate Oregon correctional facility for their individual situation consistent with the Oregon Accountability Model. Inmates may not choose the facility to which they are sent for their incarceration.

For comments and questions, you may contact:

Oregon Department of Corrections
2575 Center St. NE
Salem, OR
97301-4667
Phone: 503-945-9090
Inmate Info.: 503-945-9090
Fax: 503-373-1173


Email:
DOC.Info@doc.state.or.us

 

For information about an inmate, please send an email to: inmate.info@doc.state.or.us.

 

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