Visiting an Inmate at Cimarron Correctional Facility The Oklahoma department of correction encourages friends and family members of inmates who demonstrate a good influence to communicate and visit with an inmate. This can help the inmate in the rehabilitation process, and eventually with his or her reintegration back into society. Below are some important things you should know if you are planning on visiting an inmate. You must be on the inmate's approved visitation list prior to visiting. Visiting Hours are as follows: Friday-Monday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. Visitation for Level I inmates is Non Contact, by appointment only. Level II Monday or Friday up to two hours. Level III Saturday or Sunday up to four hours. Level IV Saturday or Sunday up to six hours. For more information on visiting an inmate contact Alan Johnson Phone: (918) 225-3336, ext. 2220
Will I be searched? Searches will include searches of all items brought into the facility, pat down searches upon entering, the use of x-ray machines to scan property, and the use of metal detection devices. Also, canine drug detection screening may be used to assist in searches. What is the dress code for visitation? Shorts, skorts, skirts, or dresses shorter than and/or with slits higher than the top of the kneecap or tight fitting; tube-tops, tank-tops, crop-tops, halter-tops, spaghetti-top blouses, sleeveless/transparent or mesh tops/blouses; leggings/biker's pants/body suits; spandex clothing (to include swimsuits); solid blue, chambray, khaki, green, yellow, orange, or periwinkle shirts; white T-shirts, tight fitting sweat suits; low-cut or cut-out designs on clothing; clothing bearing profanity, offensive wording, and pictures; headgear (excluding religious); clothing which exposes the midriff, extremely tight, off the shoulder, or which exposes any part of the breast. All visitors must wear appropriate underclothing for his/her gender and children above the age of 11 years must comply with the dress code unless they are restricted by handicap or medical reasons. What type of identification do I need to be allowed into the facility? All visitors over the age of 18 must have a form of state issued identification. What items am I allowed to bring to visitation? You may bring in $20.00 in unrolled quarters in a clear plastic bag (for vending machines), photo ID, and car keys. If you have a baby, you may bring in minimal supplies to last the duration of the visit.
Warden: Chad Miller Cimarron Correctional Facility 3200 S. Kings Highway Cushing, OK 74023 Map This Address Phone: 918-225-3336 Fax: 918-225-3363 Initial Contract Date: May 22, 1997
Instructions for Depositing Money into Inmate Trust via Wachovia Lockbox 1. Obtain money orders and / or cashier’s checks made payable to inmate. Personal checks and cash are not accepted. 2. Mail money orders and / or cashier’s checks in envelopes addressed in the following manner: CCA Inmate Trust (Inmate Last Name, Inmate First Name / Inmate CCA Commissary #) Facility: CIMAR P.O. Box 933488 Atlanta, GA 31193-3488 3. Make sure senders first and last name and return address is on the envelope. 4. Do NOT include and correspondence such as letters, cards, pictures, or packages with a money order or cashier’s check. None of these items sent to this address will be forwarded to the inmate or returned to sender. Instructions for Depositing Money into Inmate Trust via Western Union 1. You can send money via Western Union by using the Internet, by phone or by a Walk-in Cash Payment. The website for internet is www.westernunion.com/corrections. The phone number for phone quick collect is 1-800-634-3422. 2. To send money via a Western Union Walk-In Cash Payment Location the following is a sample of a quick collect form. First Example is Spanish / Second Example is English.
Addictions Treatment Dependency on alcohol and drugs can lead to devastating consequences for those caught in the destructive grip of addiction to mind-and mood-altering substances and has been overwhelmingly linked to factors that contribute to incarceration.
Indeed, national research indicates that 65% of the U.S. inmate population meets the criteria for substance use disorders, and another 20% were either under the influence of sustances at the time of their offense, stole money to buy drugs, are substance abuers, or share some combination of these characteristics.
Providing inmates with evidence-based treatment is essential to eradicating the cycle of substance use, incarceration and recidivism. That's why CCA is committed to offering an array of substance use disorder treatment modalities to address this critical need. CCA's substance use disorder programs utilize state-of-the-art cognitive-behavorial curricula in conjunction with time-tested therapeutic community (TC) practices to help correct the program particiapants' maladaptive thinking and behavior patterns that underlie their crimes and destructive use of drugs.
Residential Drug Abuse Program CCA's residential drug-abuse program (RDAP) takes place in a separate residential unit away from the general population. The highly-structured program schedule includes group and individual counseling as well as TC activities that promote adherence to the highest standards of conduct and accountability.
Treatment begins with an initial screening and assessment process to determine the participant's suitability for treatment and identify specific treatment needs. This process is followed by the development of a customized treatment plan that will guide the participant's goals and objectives throughout the course of the program. The TC provides a safe and supportive environment in which participants can practice pro-social behaviors in accordance with TC standards of behavior.
Through intensive peer-to-peer interaction and communication, along with staff guidance and leadership, participants learn new ways of thinking and behaving that result in demonstrable and sustainable lifestyle change.
Knowledgeable, Professional Staff CCA's RDAP is administered by highly-trained, licensed or certified addictions professionals with a commitment to keeping abreast of the latest developments in addictions studies and utilizing evidence-based best practices to ensure quality program service delivery. CCA's intensive and innovative company-paid learning and development strategies for addictions treatment professionals help CCA recruit and retain the best and brightest in the addictions field.
Strong Associations CCA is a member of the National Association for Addiction Treatment Professionals (NAADAC), the largest national membership organization for addictions professionals, and is a NAADAC-approved education provider. Attaining this status was not an easy process. To do so, CCA presented a 600-page plan outlining the company's philosophy, approach, practices and methods in addictions treatment. As a result of this rigorous examination, CCA is able to provide quality continuing education opportunities that advance staff knowledge and skills in addiction-related content areas and provide continuing education units (CEUs) that are accepted by the National Certification Commission for Addictions Professionals and many of the individual state addictions licensing and certification boards.
Support Groups Support groups are offered to offenders who recognize a need for additional help along the road to personal recovery. Available addictions treatment support group offerings can vary by facility, but may include:
Alcoholics Anonymous Narcotics Anonymous Faith-based programs Partners in Parenting Straight Ahead (a 10-part program developed by Texas Christian University’s Institute for Behavioral Research) Thinking for a Change (a 22-lesson program offered by the National Institute of Corrections).
No time limit unless space availability is limited.