Young Female Offender Program

Young Female Offender Program Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: July 3, 2020
City
Columbia
Postal Code
29221-1787
County
Richland County
Location
Post Office Box 21787, Columbia, SC, 29221-1787

About Young Female Offender Program

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Columbia, South Carolina is home to the Young Female Offender Program. The Young Female Offender Program is known as a medium-security detention center.

The main purpose of the Young Female Offender Program is to rehabilitate the offenders by changing their behavior patterns and allowing the offenders to learn new and improved skills that they will be able to take with them once they get released from the facility.

The Young Female Offender Program consists of four housing buildings, a segregation unit, intake and orientation building, special management building, alongside an infirmary.

The offenders in the Young Female Offender Program will be permitted to work in a large-scale bakery operation they have going on. Offenders can also choose to participate in the following programs:

  • Vocational Courses

  • Community Work Crews

  • Sex Offender Treatment

  • Substance Abuse Programs

  • Anger Management Classes

  • Adult Basic Education

  • GED Programs

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

Need to find the correct address to mail a letter or a package too? Look no further, please address your envelope as follows:

Inmate Name, Inmate ID Number

​Young Female Offender Program

Post Office Box 21787, Columbia, SC, 29221-1787

Please make sure you have your return address on it as well.

All mail will be checked. It does not matter if it is a legal mail or just general mail. All mail will be checked by a correctional officer.

Sending Money

You will need to sign up and use JPay to send money to an inmate who is in the Young Female Offender Program.

Phone calls

All phone calls are recorded and monitored. All phone calls will be 15-minutes. You will not be allowed for any reason to call an inmate or leave a message for an inmate. When on the phone with an inmate, you are not allowed to use any call features.

Visitation

You can visit a general population offender in the Young Female Offender Program daily between the hours of 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. You must arrive prior to 2:30 pm to be permitted into the visitation room.

You will need to keep in mind that offenders in the Young Female Offender Program are only allowed to have six visits every calendar month.

You can visit a diagnostic or segregation offender in the Young Female Offender Program weekdays between the hours of 10 am to 2 pm. You must arrive prior to 12 pm to be permitted into the visitation room.

Visiting Hours

Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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