Mail: Youth are given time on their unit to write letters to their family and friends. The facility will provide the envelopes and mail the letters. Youth are expected to provide their own stamps. Family members may send stamps for their child. Detainees that are unable to purchase stamps are able to send 1 letter a week at the facility’s expense.

All letters received are checked for contraband (but not read) in the presence of the detainee before being delivered. Detainees may not write to or receive letters from anyone on probation or parole.

Phone calls: Each detainee is given when they are processed into the facility. Once on the unit, detainees are permitted phone calls based on their level (see rules tab). Each phone call is 10 minutes in length and must be dialed by the unit staff and approved by the Probation Officer. Long distance are not permitted unless dialed collect.

Detainees may call their attorney when needed with no time restrictions.