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3600 - 13th Street
Baker City, Oregon 97814-1346
Superintendent´s Office: (541) 523-9877
Information: (541) 523-6680
FAX: (541) 523-6678
Dan Johnson, Superintendent
Sat/Sun/Hol: 8:05 - 10:15 a.m., 1:15 - 3:50 p.m.
Div 127 Visiting (Inmate)
From Interstate 84, take Exit 302. Follow the signs to the hospital. PRCF is
1/4 mile south of St. Elizabeth Hospital.
Correctional Facility serves as a transition and re-entry facility for the
Department. Program-eligible inmates preparing for transition from prison to
community are sent to the facility for alcohol and drug treatment. The
facility’s New Directions Alternative Incarceration Addictions Program (AIP)
is a 178-bed treatment program for qualifying inmates. Inmates in this program
are assigned to a highly regimented program which includes a daily routine of
14-16 hours of treatment, education, and transition classes in conjunction
with institution and/or community-based work.
421.502 to 421.512 Alternative Incarceration Addictions Program
Administrative Rule 291-062-0100
is located in rural
. The facility, a 278 bed minimum-security institution was opened in
1989 and serves the Department’s mission by focusing its correctional
program efforts on inmates who have alcohol and drug treatment needs.
Inmates in this program provide a variety of work related services to the
communities in Baker and surrounding counties. One of the primary reasons for
this work is to reduce the costs of government, particularly to rural
governments, who could not successfully complete needed work projects by other
means. Examples of value-added work accomplished by inmate work crews
Maintenance of a
local church in exchange for use of their facility for Alcoholics
Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings by inmates who are in the
transition phase of their treatment program.
and grounds maintenance of the Baker County Library in exchange for the
library’s weekly bookmobile services to the facility for inmates.
of field crops which supports local food banks.
Hearts, Warm Homes” project, which involves the Department of Human
Services, Oregon Department of Forestry (ODOF), and Powder River in a
cooperative effort with private non-profit organizations and community
partners to provide firewood gleaned from ODOF and private land sites to
fixed income seniors, disabled persons, and persons utilizing subsidy
services throughout Baker, Wallowa, and Union counties.
Upkeep of the
Leo Adler Parkway
(walking path) through
Neighborhood watch signs in the community for the Baker County Sheriff’s
Litter patrol of
County roads throughout
Snow removal in
the winter months for senior/disabled citizens.
construction and other miscellaneous projects for local churches and other
agencies at reduced costs
For comments and
questions, you may contact:
Department of Corrections
2575 Center St. NE
Inmate Info.: 503-945-9090
information about an inmate, please send an email to: