Corrections Corporation of America (CCA)-New Mexico Women's Correctional Facility (NMWCF) is located within the city limits of Grants, New Mexico, a city with a population of approximately 10,000 people.
In May 2003, the New Mexico Corrections Department created the office of Female Offender Services to provide oversight of services and programs at the New Mexico Women's Correctional Facility. The office, in collaboration with NMWCF, provides a gender responsive environment with a continuum of programs and services, which are designed to expand the economic and social roles of women. An emphasis is placed on education, career counseling, traditional and non-traditional vocational training, life skills, including parenting and pre-release, as well as addressing the unique medical and mental health needs of women. This process begins at reception and continues through parole in order to assist the female offender in her successful transition back into the community and her family.
Wednesday - Sunday & Holidays
8:30am - 3:30pm
Monday & Tuesday
8:30am - 3:30pm
In order to visit an inmate, you must be on the approved visitation list. Click here for the visitation policy and information.
A new resident may take a few days to up load into the Western Union system.
The following info is needed in order to process :
First Last name - Jane Doe Commissary #111111
P.O. Box 933488
Atlanta. GA 31193-3488
(We are located in New Mexico all transactions go to Corp Office.)
When sending through Western Union from a personal computer they log on to Western Union go to lower left hand corner click on send money to inmate and scroll down
when it asks for what facility this is where they have
issues its under Corrections Corporation of America not New Mexico Women's Correctional Facility.
Corrections Corporation of America
P.O. Box 800
1700 East Old Highway 66
Grants, New Mexico 87020
Send all mail for inmates to their location address above. Please make sure and put to their attention and their NMCD#.
Inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls or any electronic correspondence.
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