Betty J. Judd
Northwest New Mexico Correctional Center (NNMCC)will house up to 744 male inmates who are within two years of release, and provide intensive reentry programs designed to prepare inmates for life outside the prison walls.
IThe new mission and extensive program offerings reflect New Mexico's increasing emphasis on inmate reentry.
With most of the inmates housed at NNMCC having only two years or less remaining on their sentences, roughly half will have already earned a GED prior to being placed at NNMCC. While residing at NNMCC, inmates will have access to reentry programs that are largely focused on drug and alcohol treatment and management. .
Additionally, NNMCC will be one of the first CoreCivic facilities to implement a process called "Go Further," which is founded on the belief that every moment of incarceration should be focused on successful reentry. "Go Further" is a three-step process that provides tools for success. In the midst of the process, there will be the availability to participate in programs such as Education, Faith-Based, Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Family Reunification, and Reentry Skills that provide inmates with the tools needed to make good choices in life.
The new mission and extensive program offerings reflect New Mexico's increasing emphasis on inmate reentry.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday & Approved Holidays
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 800
Grants, NM 87020
The envelope must have a return address!
Money will no longer be sent through Western Union
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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