Yuma

Mailing Address

ASPC - Yuma
P.O. Box 8909
San Luis, AZ 85349
United States

Physical Address

7125 East Juan Sanchez Blvd
San Luis, AZ 85365
United States
Main Telephone:
(928) 627-8871
Main Fax:
(928) 627-6703
Carla Hacker-Agnew
Warden

2017 Holiday / Food Visit Schedule - All Units


ADC Inmate Visitation Policy
Click here for visitation information and Inmate Visitation Applications


General Population Visitation is on Saturdays, Sundays, and posted holidays in two blocks from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Cocopah:

  • General Population inmates may receive visits both days. 
  • Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance). 
  • Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level. 
  • Special visits may be approved by the Cocopah Unit Deputy Warden at other times upon written request from the inmate at least 30 days in advance. 
  • For more information and visiting rules, please call Cocopah Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16324.
  • 2017 Holiday / Food Visitation Schedule - Cocopah

Cheyenne

  • General Population inmates may receive visits both days.
  • Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.
  • Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).
  • Special visits may be approved by the Cheyenne Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 30 days in    advance.
  • For more information and visitation rules, please call Cheyenne Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16624.
  • 2017 Holiday / Food Visitation Schedule - Cheyenne

Dakota

  • General Population inmates may receive visits both days
  • Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.
  • Non-Contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to    availability -  you must call well in advance).
  • Special Visits may be approved by the Dakota Deputy Warden at other times upon written request from the inmate at least 30 days in advance.
  • For more information and visitation rules, please call Dakota Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 16924.
  • 2017 Holiday / Food Visitation Schedule - Dakota

Cibola

  • General Population inmates may receive visits both days.
  • Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.
  • Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).
  • Special visits may be approved by the Cibola Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 30 days in    advance.
  • For more information and visitation rules, please call Cibola Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 17224.
  • 2017 Holiday / Food Visitation Schedule - Cibola

La Paz

  • General Population inmates may receive visits both days.
  • Length of visit will be determined by the inmate’s phase level.
  • Non-contact visits are held on Tuesdays and by appointment only (subject to availability - you must call well in advance).
  • Special visits may be approved by the La Paz Unit Deputy Warden at other time upon written request from the inmate at least 30 days in    advance.
  • For more information and visitation rules, please call La Paz Visitation at 928-627-8871 extension 17524.
  • 2017 Holiday / Food Visitation Schedule - La Paz

We support a positive visiting experience for everyone and ask that you bring proper identification,  observe our dress code, conduct yourself appropriately for a family setting, supervise your children, and bring only allowable items with you.  You will not be allowed to leave anything with or for an inmate.  As a reminder - you, your vehicle, and any items you bring onto prison property are subject to search.
 
Mail Requests for Information and/or Applications to Visit 
to the following address and respective unit:

     Visitation "Unit Name"
     ASPC -Yuma
     P.O. Box 8909
     San Luis, AZ 85349
For any questions regarding this information, please call: (928) 627-8871 extension 16004.


Work Programs

WORK INCENTIVE PAY PLAN (WIPP) allows inmates to utilize experience, training, and expertise in meaningful employment while supporting their needs. Arizona Correctional Industries contracted positions, Wild Land Fire Crew, kitchen positions, groundskeepers, and janitorial positions are available depending upon the inmate's skill level, education, and security classification. Both full and part time positions are available.


Education Programs

Adult Basic Education classes are required for inmates who fall below the Literacy Standard. A high school education program is available for inmates who have not graduated from high school. Vocational education is contracted through a local community college and provides instruction in carpentry, masonry, and plumbing. Higher education is available through correspondence courses at the inmate's own expense.


Treatment Programs

Treatment/Self Improvement Programs under the supervision of ADC programs staff or outside facilitators include:

  • Alcoholics/Narcotics Anonymous (AA/NA)
  • Drug Treatment
  • Money Smart
  • Re-entry preparation program
  • Thinking Straight
  • Parenting
  • High School education mentoring
  • Music appreciation
  • Spanish language class
  • Yoga


Volunteer Programs

Inmates are also actively involved in giving back to our communities by way of fundraising for victims' services and community betterment. The fundraising committee is a group of inmates and staff who work together in coordinating these fundraising efforts.  The inmates at ASPC-Yuma have donated tens of thousands of dollars and volunteered many hundreds of hours of labor to designated agencies, organizations, and projects.


Religious/Spiritual Programs

The Arizona Department of Corrections facilitates opportunities for religious expression by inmates in accordance with ADC policies and procedures. Chaplains, in concert with other staff, contract service providers, volunteers and community religious leaders provide worship, counseling, support, and crisis intervention to accommodate the religious needs of a diverse inmate population.


Recreational Programs

Outdoor activities include softball, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, and various track and field events. The variety of activities available depends upon the inmate's security classification level. Indoor activities include a variety of board and card games.  All activities are supervised and monitored by staff. In-house hobbycraft include arts and crafts,  drawing, painting, bead craft, plastic model kits, and other small crafts depending upon the inmate's security classification


 


From Phoenix:

  • Take I-10 west to exit 112 (Gila Bend, SR 85).
  • Travel south on SR-85 to Gila Bend.
  • Exit on I-8 West to Exit 7 (Araby Road/SR-195) in Yuma and turn south.
  • Travel on SR-195 South approximately 18 miles to Avenue B (you will see the prison complex to your left) and turn left.
  • There is another 4-way stop, continue straight to the next stop sign, turn left to the main gate.

From Tucson:

  • Take I-8 west.
  • Exit on I-8 West to Exit 7 (Araby Road/SR-195) in Yuma and turn south.
  • Travel on SR-195 South approximately 18 miles to Avenue B (you will see the prison complex to your left) and turn left.
  • There is another 4-way stop, continue straight to the next stop sign, turn left to the main gate.