Elayn Hunt Correctional Center

6925 Highway 74, St. Gabriel, Louisiana 70776

Phone :
225-642-3306
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Elayn Hunt Correctional Center Visiting Information:

Visiting Information
It is the policy of Elayn Hunt Correctional Center to provide offenders the opportunity to visit with all persons on their approved visitor’s list. The number of visitors an offender may receive and the length of visits may be limited to institution’s schedule, space, personnel constraints, or when there are substantial reasons to justify such limitations.
If the offender’s stay at HRDC (Intake process) exceeds thirty days, it will be possible for the offender to request and receive special visits pending Administration approval. Such visits are generally allowed with certain members of the immediate family i.e. parents, legal spouse, sibling, grandparent, or child of the offender.
Offenders assigned to EHCC must submit their requests for special visits in writing to the appropriate Unit Manager. The requests must be received no later than the Tuesday preceding the weekend of the desired visit. These requests must be made by the offender and not the offender’s family members. The request must include complete names, date of birth, race, sex, and driver’s license number along with the state of issuance, last four digits of the social security number, relationship, address, and the date of the requested visit.
An offender will be permitted to have up to ten individuals on his visiting list after approval is received. There are no restrictions on the sex or the relationship of the individuals chosen. Offenders should submit visiting requests to their classification officer.
For the first thirty days after an offender enters EHCC, identifiable immediate family members (i.e. the offender’s parents, legal spouse, grandparents, siblings, and children of the offender) will be allowed to visit. After thirty days, they must be on an approved visiting list to continue to visit. These individuals can be officially added to the visiting list after they return the questionnaires, which are sent by the offender. However, visiting privileges for these individuals will end if they do not mail the completed questionnaires to EHCC within thirty days from offender’s reception to EHCC. Attorney visits are scheduled through the office of the Assistant Warden for Security. Special visits at EHCC are very limited, except with regard to approving extended visits for approved visitors who travel long distances. All special visit requests must be submitted by the offender to their Unit Manager by the Tuesday of the week of the desired visit.
Criminal histories are checked on every visitor. Prospective visitors who lie about their arrest history will be denied for falsification. An individual can only be on the visiting list of one offender unless he/she is an immediate family member of two or more offenders. Offenders who are found guilty of contraband as it relates to drugs are subject to be placed on “No Contact” visiting status. Additionally, visitor(s) bringing in drugs or other forms of contraband will be subject to arrest and permanent termination of visiting privileges.
In addition to all rules and guidelines, IMPACT trainees are allowed to visit once a month according to the following schedule:
Last name begins with letter ‘A’ through ‘F’ = 1st Sunday
Last name begins with letter ‘G’ through ‘L’ = 2nd Sunday
Last name begins with letter ‘M’ through ‘R’ = 3rd Sunday
Last name begins with letter ‘S’ through ‘Z’ = 4th Sunday
IMPACT trainees will only be allowed two visits on a single day of no more than four visitors for a regular visit or five visitors for a picnic visit. IMPACT trainees assigned to the sixth platoon, who meet the merit criteria of weekly progress, will be eligible for a picnic visit.

Elayn Hunt Correctional Center Additional information:

Educational Programs


EHCC offers a wide range of job opportunities to itsoffender population; jobs that not only serve the institution, the Department of Public Safety & Corrections (DPS&C), and the surrounding community but the offenders as well by instilling a work ethic and, in many cases, offering job skills for the future.

Generally, all able bodied offenders are required to work in the field operation before becoming eligible for other work.  Included in the job pool at EHCC are the Kitchens, the Chemical Plant and numerous Community Work Crews.

There are several educational programs at EHCC. Academically, there is a literacy program; a basic adult education course designed to upgrade reading and mathematics skills; a G.E.D. preparatory course designed to enable an offender an opportunity to take the GED test; and a special needs program designed to prepare those who do not have sufficient academic training to enter into a vocational education program.

Louisiana Technical College programs are available in Welding, Automotive Technology, Carpentry, Air Condition and Refrigeration, and Outdoor Power Equipment Technology. Additionally, EHCC offers ServSafe training. Qualifying offenders can also earn certifications such as National Center for Construction Education and Research — NCCER Module Credits, HVAC/EPA certifcation for A/C technicans, OPEESA Small Engine Technician certification, OSHA General Industry Certification and Louisiana Work Ready/Work Keys Certificates.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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13 Responses to Elayn Hunt Correctional Center

  1. alley bell August 6, 2013 at 4:19 pm #

    Could i visit my husband if the judge put a no contact order in place

    • PrisonPath August 6, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

      Hi Alley,

      prisonpath.com does not provide legal advice. We recommend contacting an attorney.

  2. Nancy Morgan August 7, 2013 at 12:24 pm #

    My son, Darrin Morgan is at Hunt Correctional DOC#609307.
    Can you please advise me the days and hours of visitation? We live in Indiana and need to make plans to come vistit him sometime soon. thanks.

    • PrisonPath August 7, 2013 at 2:27 pm #

      Hi Nancy,

      Please note the following schedule:
      In addition to all rules and guidelines, IMPACT trainees are allowed to visit once a month according to the following schedule:

      Last name begins with letter ‘A’ through ‘F’ = 1st Sunday

      Last name begins with letter ‘G’ through ‘L’ = 2nd Sunday

      Last name begins with letter ‘M’ through ‘R’ = 3rd Sunday

      Last name begins with letter ‘S’ through ‘Z’ = 4th Sunday

      IMPACT trainees will only be allowed two visits on a single day of no more than four visitors for a regular visit or five visitors for a picnic visit. IMPACT trainees assigned to the sixth platoon, who meet the merit criteria of weekly progress, will be eligible for a picnic visit.

      For detailed information about visitation, click this link.

      From PrisonPath, for information about prison life, click this link.

  3. Annette spells brooks December 22, 2013 at 10:05 pm #

    My sister and I are from out of town and would like to visit our brother before we go back to Chicago. And Tennessee on 1/7/2014, would we be allowed a special visit

    • PrisonPath December 22, 2013 at 11:30 pm #

      Hi Annette,

      Please note the following information about visitation at the Elayn Hunt Correctional Center:

      It is the policy of Elayn Hunt Correctional Center to provide offenders the opportunity to visit with all persons on their approved visitor’s list. The number of visitors an offender may receive and the length of visits may be limited to institution’s schedule, space, personnel constraints, or when there are substantial reasons to justify such limitations.

      If the offender’s stay at ARDC (Intake process) exceeds thirty days, it will be possible for the offender to request and receive special visits pending Administration approval. Such visits are generally allowed with certain members of the immediate family i.e. parents, legal spouse, sibling, grandparent, or child of the offender.

      From PrisonPath– We recommend contacting the administration about a special visit. For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  4. Tanya January 22, 2014 at 9:35 pm #

    My boyfriend will be released in July. How can he enroll in IMPACT?

  5. Vera Thomas June 4, 2014 at 6:24 pm #

    My son is there at Hunts, when sending a letter will I be able to include any information about the NBA finals – like print out pictures and write up about the game?

  6. Robert Horton July 8, 2014 at 7:23 pm #

    To Whom It May Concern. My nephew is currently incarcerated at David Wade Correctional Center in Homer, LA. I am trying to get some copies of his education papers to Ms Kim Barnett who is suppose to be located at DOC Hunt. I have called researched the internet and cannot seem to find an address for the education department at Hunt for Ms. Barnett. Can anyone please help me. Robert Horton P.O. Box 164 Bethany, LA 71007. 318-517-7852 or email lightning6169@yahoo.com. Thanking you in advance.

    • PrisonPath July 8, 2014 at 10:36 pm #

      Hi Robert,

      We recommend that you contact the prison chaplain for help.

  7. LaDonna Callender August 1, 2014 at 11:26 pm #

    How do you deal with paralyzed inmates. My son, Christopher John Bass, ADC #626031, needs his electric wheel chair and medical care.

    • PrisonPath August 3, 2014 at 5:56 pm #

      Hi Ms. Callender,

      The medical care at most prisons and jails is poor.We recommend contacting his case manager, and the health section at the Elayn Hunt Correctional Center. If you do not receive any help, then contact the warden’s office. Since your son is paralyzed, there is a danger of Decubitus ulcers–bed sores.

  8. Mark September 29, 2014 at 5:05 pm #

    Does the IMPACT PROGRAM exist at Hunts or any other prison in Louisiana?
    Did another program take its place?
    If it ended why dit it end?

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