Arizona State Prison – Perryville Visiting Information:
Phase I inmates – 1 four hour block of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday Phase II inmates – 3 four hour blocks of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday* *Lumley Close Custody – 2 visits per week. Except where noted, the Warden, unit Deputy Wardens, unit Associate Deputy Warden s, or the Deputy Warden for Contract Beds, possess discretionary authority and shall be responsible for the management of Visitation in their area. Specific responsibilities include: Screening and approval of visitors. Placement of inmates into Non-Contact Visitation. Suspension of visits. Approval of special circumstance visitation. * Lumley Max custody 1 two hour Non Contact Visit Phase III inmates – 4 four hour blocks of visitation on either Saturday or Sunday** **Lumley Close Custody -3 visits per week **Lumley Max Custody – 1 two hour Non Contact Visit All Female Death Row Inmates – Non Contact Visitation by appointment only. Please refer to DO 911.08, 1.3.
****AM BLOCK: No arrivals after 10 A.M.**** ****PM BLOCK: No arrivals after 2 P.M.****
Please note that visitors are searched for contraband.
Arizona State Prison – Perryville Additional information:
Take Interstate 10 West to Sarival Avenue.
Turn right (North) on Sarival Avenue.
Turn left (West) at the first crossroad (McDowell Rd.).
Go West on McDowell until you reach Citrus Road.
Turn right (North) on Citrus Road.
Proceed for approximately 1/2 mile.
Turn right for the main prison complex entrance.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED programs are available to all inmates at all the units at ASPC-PV. All inmates committed to the Department after July 1, 1997 must be enrolled in the Department's ABE Literacy Program if it has been determined that they are unable to function at the 8th grade level. They must also progress beyond the 8th grade level in order to be eligible to receive anything more than the base pay for any job to which they are assigned.
Vocational education programs are available to inmates who qualify through Rio Salado Community College. The Department has a contract with Rio Salado Community College to provide a limited selection of vocational classes to inmates including computers classes.
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.
Incoming Mail addressed to inmates shall have the inmate’s complete first and last name, the inmate’s name under which he/she is incarcerated (unless legally changed), the inmate’s correct ADC number, as well as the inmate's unit name and the appropriate Post Office (PO) Box. 1.3 Incoming Mail shall have a complete return address including the sender's name and the complete street address or PO Box. Mail without a complete return address shall be opened and read to inspect the contents to make a reasonable attempt to ascertain the identity of the sender. If the sender can be identified and the mail does not present any security concerns the mail may be delivered to the inmate. If the sender cannot be verified, the inmate shall receive a notice and the mail held for 90 days before it is destroyed. 1.4 It is the inmate’s responsibility to notify correspondents of his/her mailing address, where local U.S. Postmaster practice permits, a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) change of address form shall be completed by the inmate and sent to the USPS. All Department/Contract Bed facilities shall make these forms available. Incoming mail shall be forwarded as follows: 1.4.1 Mail that arrives without an inmate ADC number shall be stamped "Return to Sender,” and returned. 1.4.2 Mail that arrives for an inmate at an institution where the inmate is no longer housed shall be forwarded to the inmate's current institution. 1.4.3 When possible, First Class mail belonging to an inmate who is temporarily confined at a hospital or local county jail shall be forwarded. 1.4.4 Mail belonging to an inmate who is no longer in physical custody of the Department shall be forwarded up to 30 days after his/her release; provided a forwarding address is available. When no forwarding address is available, the mail shall be stamped "inmate is no longer in custody" and returned to the sender.