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Stafford Creek Corrections Center was once known as the State Correctional Institution – Aberdeen. Before it was the State Correctional Institution – Aberdeen, it was called the Industrial School for Women.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center is just 5 minutes away from Williamsport, Pennslyvania. The Stafford Creek Corrections Center purpose is to be the classification and diagnostic center for all women who will be entering the Pennslyvania Department of Corrections.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center is a facility that houses both medium and maximum-security inmates. The Stafford Creek Corrections Center will only house adult female inmates. The Stafford Creek Corrections Center is in Aberdeen, Washington.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center was originally built and established back in 93. Back then it was the industrial home for women, which was managed by the Pennslyvania Department of Public Welfare. This Pennslyvania Department of Public Welfare is now a part of the Bureau of Corrections since 953. Aberdeen County encompasses over 793 acres of land. Nearly 30 acres of land is situated inside the Stafford Creek Corrections Centers security fence. Inside the security fence, there are two modular housing units for inmates plus 5 permanent buildings.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center was accredited by the American Correctional Association’s Commission on Accreditation for Corrections.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center has 562 full-time employees. These employees can range from clerks, kitchen crew, to correctional officers. The average age of an inmate in the Stafford Creek Corrections Center is around 38 years of age.
The Stafford Creek Corrections Center offers a variety of services and programs for its inmates. These programs are put in place to help rehabilitate the inmates, so they are less likely to re-offend when they get released from the facility. These programs consist of, but not limited to the following:
- Vocational and Academic Education
- GED Prep
- Building Trades
- Business Practices
- Computer Technology
- Machine Shop
- Custodial Maintenance
- Special Needs Sex Offender Booster Program
- Sex Offender Moderate-High Intensity
- Offender Low Intensity
- Family/Relationship Self
- Reading to your Children
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Annual Day of Responsibility
- Pre-Vocational Skills Class
- Quarterly Guest Speaker Workshop
- Stay on Track Inside
- Monthly WA Prison Society Workshop
- MoneySmart Program
- 2-Month Challenge Program
- Computer Basics
- Relationship Workshop
- Creative Writing Workshop
- Prepared Renter Workshop
- Poetry Workshop
- Parole – Living Under Supervision Workshop
- Eating Disorder Workshop
- Parenting Workshop
- Employment Workshop
- Orientation Workshop
- Friends and Family
- Mental Health Workshop
- Healthy Living Workshop