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Green Rock Correctional Center

475 Green Rock Lane, Chatham, Virginia 24531

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(434) 797-2000
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Green Rock Correctional Center Visiting Information:

All institutions allow visiting on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays. To reduce crowding in the visiting room, many institutions alternate days inmates may visit based on the alphabet or inmate I.D. number. Be sure to check with the institution or with the offender you plan to visit to determine which day he/she may visit.
Inmates are permitted a minimum of one hour per visiting day with visitors, although the length of visits may be determined by activity in the visiting area such as the number of visitors on a given day; available space; or institutional staff resources.
Most institutions use an on-site visitor registration process. All visitors, including minors, are required to complete the Visitor Application and Background Investigation Authorization Form before visiting (please see the forms page). Due to a change in the visitor tracking system, after May 16, 2011, all visitors, including those who previously provided an application, will be required to submit a new application.
Children under the age of 18 may visit inmates only with the permission of their parent or guardian, or pursuant to a valid court order.
All such children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is on the inmate's approved visiting list.
Emancipated minors, including spouses, will be approved for visitation in the same manner as adult visitors. Please contact a specific facility to obtain further information on their visiting program.
Visitation procedures at individual institutions may vary and can be changed at any time without prior notice. Please contact the correctional center or unit before planning a visit.

Green Rock Correctional Center Additional information:

Inmates Accounts at green Rock Correctional Center:

Starting May 1, 2013, J-Pay will be the only way to electronically send funds to incarcerated family members and friends. Access Corrections and Western Union will no longer be processing money transfers for the VADOC as of that date. The new arrangement with J-Pay will provide senders with lower transaction fees and a money order lockbox services program.

To deposit money into an offender’s Trust account, users can send electronic funds online at www.jpay.com or over the phone at 1-800-574-5729 by using a credit or debit card. They can also send an offender money using cash by visiting a MoneyGram location, including any Walmart or CVS.

In addition, on June 1, 2013, J-Pay will begin to accept money orders. Family members and friends will be able to send their money order directly to J-Pay at no cost. The money order will be processed and submitted to the VADOC, and the funds will be posted to the offender’s Trust account without deducting a service fee. Money orders sent to J-Pay must include a deposit slip, which will be provided to the sender.

There will be a transition period during which the VADOC will continue to accept money orders at the facilities. However, money orders sent to VADOC facilities will eventually be rejected and returned to the sender. This is expected to begin on September 1, 2013, but it is preferred that senders use the lockbox services provided by J-Pay well before that date.

For more information regarding the changes, contact J-Pay directly at 1-800-574-5729. For any further assistance, call 1-804-887-7838 to reach the VADOC Financial Systems Unit. Additional information can be found on the VADOC JPay page.

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No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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  1. LaToya Kasey says:

    How do I put money on an inmate’s account that’s in GreenRock Correctional?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi LaToya,

      click the link on our prison page to the prison’s web site. You will see on the left a section titled “offenders”. click this section and you will see on the next page a listing for inmate’s accounts. Click this section and you will find all the information that you need to make a deposit into an inmate’s account in Greenrock facility.

  2. Hi im trying to find out what day my brothers visitation day is on his name is dewight Streater please let me know. Thanks

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Latoya,

      As always recommended, you should call the facility to confirm information before visiting, please note from the Green Rock
      Correctional Center:
      For inmates assigned to general population, all institutions allow visiting on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays. To reduce crowding in the visiting room, many institutions alternate days inmates may visit based on the alphabet or inmate I.D. number. Be sure to check with the institution or with the offender you plan to visit to determine which day he/she may visit.

      Inmates are permitted a minimum of one hour per visiting day with visitors, although the length of visits may be determined by activity in the visiting area such as the number of visitors on a given day; available space; or institutional staff resources.

      Most institutions use an on-site visitor registration process. All visitors, including minors, are required to complete the Visitor Application and Background Investigation Authorization Form (please see the forms page), before visiting. Due to a change in the visitor tracking system, after May 16, 2011, all visitors, including those who previously provided an application, will be required to submit a new application.

      Children under the age of 18 may visit inmates only with the permission of their parent or guardian, or pursuant to a valid court order.

      All such children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is an approved visitor.

      Emancipated minors, including spouses, will be approved for visitation in the same manner as adult visitors. Please contact a specific facility to obtain further information on their visiting program.

      Visitation procedures at individual institutions may vary and can be changed at any time without prior notice. Please contact the correctional center or unit before planning a visit. See the Facilities section.

  3. I am the mother of Nathaniel Jaune Ames and i want to come and visit him tomorrow, i think he told me the odd dates, so tomorrow the 21 is a odd date, what time does visitation start, please get back with me asap or i will try and call tomorrow before i leave, this will be my first trip down, thanks Cheryl Claytor

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Cheryl,

      Please note the following information:

      For inmates assigned to general population, all institutions allow visiting on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays. To reduce crowding in the visiting room, many institutions alternate days inmates may visit based on the alphabet or inmate I.D. number. Be sure to check with the institution or with the offender you plan to visit to determine which day he/she may visit.

      Inmates are permitted a minimum of one hour per visiting day with visitors, although the length of visits may be determined by activity in the visiting area such as the number of visitors on a given day; available space; or institutional staff resources.

      Most institutions use an on-site visitor registration process. All visitors, including minors, are required to complete the Visitor Application and Background Investigation Authorization Form (please see the forms page), before visiting. Due to a change in the visitor tracking system, after May 16, 2011, all visitors, including those who previously provided an application, will be required to submit a new application.

      Children under the age of 18 may visit inmates only with the permission of their parent or guardian, or pursuant to a valid court order.

      All such children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is an approved visitor.

      Emancipated minors, including spouses, will be approved for visitation in the same manner as adult visitors. Please contact a specific facility to obtain further information on their visiting program.

      Visitation procedures at individual institutions may vary and can be changed at any time without prior notice. Please contact the correctional center or unit before planning a visit. See the Facilities section.

      You may find this link helpful.

  4. Peggy Brown says:

    Hello,
    I need confirmation on how many pages I can mail in a letter. I have my nieces book to mail to an inmate. How many letter pages can i put in one envelope and does it matter how many envelopes are mailed in a day as long as they are separate with 6 sheets of paper in each.Thank you in advance. Also as for pictures how many 4×6 photos can be mailed?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Peggy,

      Regarding a book, please note the following;
      3. Can I send personal property items to an inmate?
      No, Division Operating Procedure 802.1, VI, B states: “Personal property may not be received by mail or delivery service from any source other than an approved mail order vendor. Property may not be received from visitors or any other source.”

      Regarding letters, I recommend calling directly the facility for more information.

      For information about prison life and prison culture, click this link.

  5. Bob says:

    Hello

    Can you fill out a background form at Green Rock on the same day you plan to visit? If so Will I be able to see the Immate on the same day I turn in the form?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Bob,

      Please note the following information about visitation:

      For inmates assigned to general population, all institutions allow visiting on Saturday, Sunday and State holidays. To reduce crowding in the visiting room, many institutions alternate days inmates may visit based on the alphabet or inmate I.D. number. Be sure to check with the institution or with the offender you plan to visit to determine which day he/she may visit.

      Inmates are permitted a minimum of one hour per visiting day with visitors, although the length of visits may be determined by activity in the visiting area such as the number of visitors on a given day; available space; or institutional staff resources.

      Most institutions use an on-site visitor registration process. All visitors, including minors, are required to complete the Visitor Application and Background Investigation Authorization Form (please see the forms page), before visiting. Due to a change in the visitor tracking system, after May 16, 2011, all visitors, including those who previously provided an application, will be required to submit a new application.

      Children under the age of 18 may visit inmates only with the permission of their parent or guardian, or pursuant to a valid court order.

      All such children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is an approved visitor.

      Emancipated minors, including spouses, will be approved for visitation in the same manner as adult visitors. Please contact a specific facility to obtain further information on their visiting program.

      Visitation procedures at individual institutions may vary and can be changed at any time without prior notice. Please contact the correctional center or unit before planning a visit. See the Facilities section.

      From PrisonPath–For information about what prison is like, click this link.

  6. Hello, I want to send my husband a book about Autism from Amazon.com. I know that i can send it to him because that is an allowed vendor and its a paperback book. I just would like to know what address do I send it to. The address of Greenrock correctional center or the P.O box address that I send letters to him? i know either way I have to include his inmate number. Thank you for any help.

  7. mary fed says:

    would like to set up phone calls with our son. how do i go about that?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Mary,

      Please note the following information about the telephone system for Green Rock Correctional Center. For additional information about prison life, click this link.

      Offender Telephone System

      The telephone system in a prison environment is a system complete with numerous security features to inhibit the ability of inmates to conduct illegal activities and unwanted calls outside prison walls.

      The Virginia Department of Corrections operates a secure offender phone system under contract with Global Tel*Link. The system allows inmates to place outgoing collect calls to family and friends that have agreed to accept such calls. Each call is limited to 20-minutes in order to allow equitable use of the phone system by all inmates. For security purposes all calls are recorded and may be monitored.

      You are free to deny any collect call from an inmate if you cannot afford it. The inmate must also accept responsibility for helping you budget the expense of any call.

      A pre-pay service plan is offered which allows you to pre-pay and then receive calls from an inmate at a lower rate per minute in comparison to the collect payment per minute rates. For information or to establish a pre-pay service plan please call Global Tel*Link toll-free at 1-800-483-8314.

      Beginning May 1, 2012, offenders may now utilize Offender Phone Accounts (PIN Debit Accounts) that allow them to make calls from a phone account that they control. Funds placed into the Offender Phone Account may be used by offenders to make calls to anyone on their approved call list, and the expense of the call will be deducted from their Offender Phone Account. Offenders can not call cell phone numbers using their debit account. To make a deposit to an Offender Phone Account, visit http://www.offenderconnect.com and establish a deposit account. You will need to know the Offender ID number of the offender for whom you wish to make a deposit.

      As of February 1, 2010, offenders may make phone calls to cell phones. Families and friends must set up the authorized phone number with Global Tel*Link (GTL) at 1-800-483-8314. The following stipulations apply:

      Phone calls to cell phones will be charged the same rate as pre-paid calls.
      Offender call lists will remain limited to 15 numbers.
      This service does not apply to pre-paid cell phones.
      The cell phone number must match the residential address of the family member or friend.

      Utilization of the offender phone system is a privilege and responsibility of the inmate population. As with any privilege, inmate phone use may be revoked. The following are examples of services that are not permitted on the offender phone system:

      Incoming calls
      International calls
      700, 800, 888, 900, and similar calls
      Calls charged to credit cards, third parties, or any billing other than collect or pre-paid to the called party
      Calls transferred to a third party
      Call forwarding, call forwarding services, answering services
      Calls to pager numbers
      Calls to pay telephones

  8. katina says:

    How do i submit my application?

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Katina,

      Please note the following information:
      Beginning December 1, 2013, new visitors applying to visit facilities after January 1, 2014, will be required to submit visitation applications online. This process will allow applications to be screened at the Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) central office, and approved visitors will experience less time waiting to be processed at the facility. Paper applications for first time visitors will be allowed for those who plan to visit during the upcoming Thanksgiving to Christmas holidays.
      For additional information, read application..
      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.

  9. brenda says:

    how can i put money on inmate account

    • PrisonPath says:

      Hi Brenda,

      For information about inmate’s accounts, see our updated additional information section on this prison page for Green Rock Correctional Center.
      For information about prison life, read the 25 Rules.