These classes are provided with the intention of positively influencing and helping to prepare inmates toward non-criminal acts and lifestyles upon release. However some inmates are court ordered to attend certain classes.
Substance Abuse Program: SAP also known as “Get a Life Substance Abuse Program” is a 6-month course that meets 40 hours a week. This collection of classes covers several areas of concern for individuals recovering from drug/alcohol abuse. Inmates also receive goodtime credit and earn money while attending the course. During the course individuals receive information from a state certified counselor and local volunteers in the following areas:
Recovery Dynamics Is a 12-step program that helps individuals understand and maximize the teachings given by Alcoholics Anonymous.
Criminal Thinking Errors Works to show the differences in thinking patterns between offenders and non-offenders. Allowing participants to develop interventions to assist in preventing further offenses and future incarceration.
Rational Behavioral Training Is a group designed to assist in understanding the relationship between perceptions and the emotional states that that Dr behavior. Allowing individuals to understand and reduce negative emotional states when possible.
Substance Abuse Education Is designed to educate individuals about many drugs and how they affect the body physically and the impact of these substances on brain chemistry.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Consists of lectures, study groups and discussion based on the programs of AA and NA.
Relapse Prevention Is designed to identify thoughts, feelings, actions and situations that lead individuals to relapse back into active drug abuse. Allowing them to build and plan a prevention plan for the future.
Group Counseling Covers a wide variety of topics, facilitated by an instructor certified with the state.
All bonds shall be paid at the Jail with the exception of property bonds which must be posted at the courthouse. A picture ID is required when posting a bond at the Jail. All payments of bonds must be in cash only and you must have exact change. All persons bonding out from jail will be charged a $40 booking fee, $5 Jail bond fee and a $40 room & board for everyday of incarceration. The jail does not accept bonds between the times of 5:30 am to 6:30 am due to shift change.
Visiting hours for male inmates are Sundays from 1pm to 5pm and Tuesday through Thursday 9am to 10:30am and 1pm to 2:30pm. For females hours are Mondays 9am to 10:30am and 1pm to 2:30pm, Saturdays 3:30pm to 5pm.