Douglas

Douglas Prison

Mailing Address

ASPC - Douglas
P.O. Box 3867
Douglas, AZ 85608-3867
United States

Physical Address

6911 N. BDI Blvd
Douglas, AZ 85607
United States
Main Telephone:
(520) 364-7521
Main Fax:
(520) 364-7445
Meegan Muse
Warden

 


2017 Holiday and Food Visitation Schedule


ADC Inmate Visitation Policy


Food Visitation Guidelines


Click here for visitation information and Inmate Visitation Applications


Visitation hours are identical for all ASPC-Douglas Units (with the exception of Complex Detention Unit - noted below):

Saturday:

  • 8:00 a.m. to 4:00* p.m.

Sunday:

  • 8:00 a.m. to 4:00* p.m.

Holiday visits:

  • 8:00 a.m. to 4:00* p.m.

  • ​*Visitors will not be processed to visit after 3:00 pm on any visitation day.

Complex Detention Unit (CDU) non-contact visitation hours are by scheduled appointment. Visitation hours are scheduled on or before the Monday prior to visitation.

Tuesday:

  • 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m

  • 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.


Applications must be mailed to the individual inmate or to the appropriate Gila, Eggers, Papago, or Mohave unit visitation office. (ADC has 60 days to process visitation applications).


 


Work Crews

Arizona Correctional Industries and Intergovernmental Agreement assignments working within the local and surrounding communities.  

Also:  food service, building maintenance, vehicle maintenance, and general labor crews for the upkeep and maintenance of its institutional grounds.  Mohave Unit inmates are employed solely within the confines of its perimeter.  Papago, Gila, and Eggers Unit inmates work both on and off complex grounds.

Douglas work crews are sent out daily within the local and surrounding communities for community betterment and beautification projects.  Along with working off complex grounds, many inmate crews are assigned to work within the complex perimeter.  Additional crews provided by Douglas include: Wild land Fire Crew, ACI (which includes producing inmate clothing which is used throughout the state and year-round and seasonal inmate employment with Fiesta Canning, Inc. and  Southeast  Arizona  Medical Center).  Employed inmates work an average of six hours per day, five days per week.


Education

Adult Basic Education (ABE). Many inmates earn their General Equivalency Diploma (GED) while incarcerated. Other programs include Mandated Adult Education and Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). Work-Based Education (WBE) programs in conjunction with Cochise College which include: Building Construction Technology, Computer Technology, Automotive Technology, and AC Refrigeration certification, Electronics. Inmates may work towards an Associates Degree through classes offered by Cochise College.


Treatment & Self Improvement Programs

Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and Moderate Treatment (Substance Abuse). Also, Cultural Diversity, Cognitive restructuring and the latest program, Merging Two Worlds which prepares inmates for reentry through training in a variety of life skills.


 


From the Phoenix Metropolitan Area:

  • Travel east on I-10 through Tucson, continuing east on I-10.

  • Leave I-10 at Exit 303 onto Highway 80 at Benson.

  • Travel through Benson, St. David and Tombstone.

  • Two miles outside Tombstone at mile marker 321 turn left onto Davis Road.

  • Travel 25 miles.

  • At the third intersection which is Davis Road and Highway 191 turn right (south) on Highway 191.

  • Travel 10 miles (mile marker 7) until you reach ASPC - Douglas which is located adjacent the Bisbee Douglas Airport.


Douglas Papago Unit:

  • Can be reached by traveling south from the junction of Highway 191 and Highway 80 for approximately one mile.

  • Approaching the City of Douglas the Papago Unit is located on the right hand side of the road.