Arizona State Prison Complex- Safford Visiting Information:
Food and Holiday visitation is approved for inmates who have earned Phase II and Phase III. Inmates in Phase I and inmates assigned to detention are not authorized food visits. Due to space limitations, food visits will be on the “first-in, first-out” basis. Each visitor that arrives before 1200 hours will be authorized a minimum four (4) hour visit. If the visitation area reaches seating capacity, we will first ask for volunteers to leave and then require those who have visited for four (4) hours (“first in”) to leave. This will ensure all eligible inmates are allowed the opportunity to participate in the food visit.
All visitation applications should be mailed to:
ASPC-Safford/Administration 896 S. Cook Rd. Safford, AZ, 85546 Visitation Status "OPEN"
Graham Unit Visitation 896 S. Cook Rd. Safford, AZ, 85546 Visitation Status "OPEN"
Tonto Unit Visitation 896 S. Cook Rd. Safford, AZ, 85546 Visitation Status "OPEN"
Fort Grant Unit Visitation (mailing address) 896 S. Cook Rd. Safford, AZ, 85546 Visitation Status "OPEN"
ASPC-Safford/Ft Grant Unit: (Physical address 15500 S. Fort Grant Rd, Fort Grant, AZ 85643)
Visitation days are Saturday, Sunday, and State holidays. . Hours are from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. No visitors are accepted after 2:00 p.m. Visitation for detention inmates is Non-Contact and By Appointment - Only. Appointments can be scheduled through the visitation office, and must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
Arizona State Prison Complex- Safford Additional information:
Each Unit at ASPC-PV provides basic medical and dental care to all of its inmates. Mental health services and psycho tropic medications are provided as needed. Substance abuse services are also available in a variety of formats. The most prevalent vehicles utilized to address substance abuse problems are offered via Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Hazelden Designs for Better Living, Thinking Straight and Substance Abuse Awareness. In addition, the Department contracts with Civigenics Corporation for a Women's Recovery Academy an approximate nine month in-custody treatment program followed by a term of aftercare to assist with re-integration into the community is available. Contracts are also in place for 96 DUI treatment beds. The Maricopa County Department of Health Services provides Health Education to pre-release inmates.
No time limit unless space availability is limited.