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The Alaska State Bethel Prison is also commonly known as the Bethel Prison. The Alaska State Bethel Prison opened its doors back in 95. The facility is nestled in Bethel, Alaska. The Alaska State Bethel Prison can house up to 4,59292 inmates at any given time. The facility will typically house both adult male and adult female inmates. The Alaska State Bethel Prison will house their inmates in one of the eight facilities they have.
Every facility in the Alaska State Bethel Prison has many programs, educational options, treatment plans, and jobs for their inmates. The Alaska State Bethel Prison mainly focuses on substance abuse treatments and educational programs for their inmates. As these are the two biggest things inmate needs while they are in the facility.
The Alaska State Bethel Prison also has a mental health facility, known as the Olympus. This facility will be for inmates who need treatment, monitoring, and medication.
While the Oquirrh unit will hold the inmates who are aging and may need to be segregated from the young or stronger inmates that can manipulate them as pawns in their own games.
The Promontory unit will house the male inmates who are going through the Con-Quest, a substance abuse treatment program.
Now, the Timpanogos consists of five buildings. Within these five buildings, this is where the female inmates will be housed. All of these female inmates will come from various different security levels. The Uintas unit is where all maximum-security inmates will be as well as the inmates that are going through the intake and processing process before being fully committed into the Alaska STate Bethel Prison. However, the Wasatch Unit houses medium-security inmates, but occasionally, they will accept inmates from other security levels when they get overcrowded.
Scott P Evans was the architect behind the design of the five buildings in the Alaska State Bethel Prison. The same architect was the one who did a reroof and the upgrade of the SSD building.