Augusta Correctional Center | Craigsville, Virginia
The Augusta Correctional Center in Augusta County serves the city of Craigsville and other smaller towns in Augusta. Augusta Correctional Center is one of several Maximum prisons in the State. Always call first to make sure an inmate can receive visitors and is at the facility at Craigsville VA, 24430-2520 in Augusta before traveling or booking hotels.
Inmates need contact with their friends and family on the outside. But Jails and Prisons don’t make this easy. Some charge inmates up to $14 a minute just to make a long-distance phone call. Fortunately, you can get a local number your inmate can call that will ring your phone and/or those of other family and friends no matter where they live. An inmate can then make their calls using the local number rate while talking to friends and family long distance. This service is provided by Securtel at [Link to Secrutel]. To send mail to an inmate, go to send postcards. Call your inmate to get details about mail, visitation and approved prison call times. Each type of facility in VA will have its own rules. Your loved one will generally always know the rules for that facility.
Augusta Correctional Center is a State Prison. It’s important to know the type of prison facility because this will largely determine what is permitted. Everything in prison costs money. Soap, toothpaste, phone calls and stamps and envelopes must all be purchased at the commissary. Step one is to get set up with phone service so you can communicate. Then you can learn what an inmate needs and how to properly send it.
Augusta Correctional Center is in the EST time zone. So make adjustments in your call times if you aren’t in that same timezone. The warden at Augusta Correctional Center is John A. Woodson. The warden may or may not be available to talk to. This will depend on the size of the facility. It’s important for prison families to help each other to help their loved ones inside and out. By sharing information about Augusta Correctional Center with other families, it will help them avoid mistakes and confusion that no one needs or wants. Read more… »