Lindenwold PATCO, Berlin, Atco, Hammonton, Mullica Twp. This alternate transit service information is being provided by PATCO for the convenience of the traveling public and PATCO makes no representation or warranty with respect to the quality of the services or ERIAL service providers identified on this list. CHILDREN’S PLAY AREAS Description Children’s Play Areas are a separate part of the Visiting Room where the inmate and family members can go with their child to play with a variety of toys, puzzles or watch a video.
Locations Children’s Play Areas are in all facilities except Camps, Shock and Work Release. To foster positive and responsible conduct. To facilitate post-release reintegration into the family and community, thereby reducing the likelihood of recidivism. Has a higher security designation than permitted at the program site.
Is assigned to a special housing unit, reception unit, administrative protection unit, etc. Has a pattern of disruptive behavior in the facility. Length of FRP visit Varies per facility. Parent education programs for both male and female inmates with attention to the same or similar programs for the non-incarcerated partner. Some programs include reading and audiotape books made for the children. Individual and family counseling to assist with the enhancement of familial relationships.
Some of these programs include a tele-visit component. Nursery programs for inmates who give birth while incarcerated. Inmates eligible for the Nursery Program maintain custody of their child in the nursery for up to a year. This program provides daily parenting classes, day care, crisis intervention, advocacy, child placement assistance and discharge assistance.
Mentoring for inmates’ children in the community. Case management services, general support and assistance with referrals to agency providers in the community are given to participants upon release. The nursery program is available to any eligible inmate who is pregnant at the time of admission to the Department and meets the criteria for the program. Religious programs include various worship services, and religious education classes and study groups, and a variety of special event programs such as family day ceremonies.
Goals To extend to committed offenders as much spiritual assistance as possible, as well as to provide many opportunities for the practice of their chosen faith, in recognition of the First Amendment right of freedom of religion. Admission Requirements Participation in religious programs is voluntary. An inmate may regularly attend only the religious programs of their designated religion. However, inmates who desire to learn about the religious practices of another faith may do so by attending up to three services or study sessions per year, after consultation with the Chaplain or Staff Advisor of that faith group, or the Coordinating Chaplain. Locations Ministerial services are available at all facilities. VISITOR HOSPITALITY CENTERS Description Visitor Hospitality Centers provide shelter and respite for visiting families and friends of inmates prior to going into the facility. Restrooms are available, a baby changing station, lockers for storing personal belongings and information concerning rules and regulations pertaining to visitation, including packages for inmates.
VOLUNTEER SERVICES PROGRAM Description The Volunteer Services Program is designed to assess the Department’s need for programs and services which can be provided by qualified community persons who will be trained and oriented to work in a correctional environment. Facility staff must manage facility volunteer records, screen prospective volunteers and provide supervision to individual volunteers and volunteer programs. To gain recognition of the volunteer as an integral component of the Department’s manpower resources. To increase the community’s awareness and understanding of the overall goals of the correctional system. Admission Requirements Interest in and the qualifications needed for the program being offered. Locations Volunteer Services programs and services are available at all facilities.
The Division has fourteen Supervisors of Volunteer Services located across the state. Most have responsibility for several facilities. Each facility has a Volunteer Services Contact Person managing the facility volunteer program and volunteer Program Staff Supervisors responsible for specific volunteers and volunteer activities. If you are not yet 18, if adult material offends you, or if you are accessing this site from any country or locale where adult material is specifically prohibited by law, GO NO FURTHER!
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