Inmates may have approved "privileged" visits on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays if they are not scheduled to work. Inmates are responsible for informing their visitors of their work and visiting schedules. "Basic" visits must be scheduled in advance and are only held on Mondays. If you have any questions about our visiting schedule, you may contact the facility.
From Interstate 5, take exit 252, Kuebler Blvd. Go east to Turner Road, turn right and proceed approximately one-half mile. MCCF is located on the right.
To see a map to MCCF
Saturdays and Sundays: 7:30 - 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 - 3:15 p.m.
Holidays: 7:30- 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Friday Afternoon: 12:30 - 3:15 p.m and Evening: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Please Note: Fridy eveing, weekend, and holiday afternoonvisits are for one assigned dormitory only, so please check the schedule below to avoid being turned away.
Off dorm visits must be approved in advance and only in cases of emergency.
For all visiting cancelations, special events, and updates - please see Visiting Alerts.
To see MCCF Visiting Schedule
A person must be on an inmate’s visiting list in order to visit. To get on an inmate’s visiting list, the inmate must send the approved visiting application to his assigned counselor. The following information is required:
- Date of Birth
- Driver’s License or State Identification Number
Acceptable forms of ID
One of the following is required for those 16
years old and older: A current Photo ID
such as a Driver’s License, State ID, Military ID, Passport, Student Body Card,
or other official government ID.
One of the following is required for those children
under 16 years of age: A Birth
Certificate or Registration, Social
Security Card, Oregon Health Plan Card, Passport, Smile Safe Kids ID, Student
Body Card, or State ID Card.
Basic visits will be allowed with two of the following: SSN card, Birth Certification or registration, current ID from service organizations other than military with picture and signature, current bankcards.
Visiting Room Conduct
Your conduct in the visiting room is expected to coform to standards of common respectability and consideration of others. If you have questions, please feel free to ask the visiting room officer.
of Corrections 291-127: Appropriate Clothing/Dress
In order to maintain a positive environment for all inmates and visitors, a
reasonable clothing standard must be established. Visitors are encouraged to
wear clothing that is conservative in nature in order to maintain a respectful
visiting environment. Children 8 years of age and under are not subject to the following clothing restrictions, other than undergarments.
are not allowed to wear blue denim, camouflage or clothing (blue or white T-Shirts/sweatshirts)
or other items that are similar to inmate attire. Please
note: after time clothing items that were once black may fade and appear blue,
if staff perceives the item to be blue you will not be allowed in the visiting
room. Visitors are encouraged to contact the facility prior to visiting if they
have any questions regarding appropriate clothing.
2. Clothing, hairstyles, insignias or other paraphernalia
associated with security threat groups, street gangs, or that causes undue
attention or conflict are prohibited; i.e., camouflage clothing, suggestive, controversial
slogans, or statements. Children under five years of age or under
three feet tall may wear blue denim.
3. Dresses, skirts, jumpers, culottes and shorts (including
those with slits) shall not be worn more than two (2) inches above the middle
of the kneecap. Wrap around skirts,
dresses and tops are not permitted.
4. All visitors are required to wear
undergarments. Clothing is to be worn in
the manner it was designed, excessively loose or baggy clothing and sagging of
pants are not allowed. Clothing that exposes undergarments or an undue amount
of flesh (i.e., exposing chest, back, thighs and mid sections) is prohibited.
Examples of clothing that will be prohibited include: halter dresses/tops, tube/crop
tops, clothing with plunging or low-cut necklines, and shear/see-through clothing
are not allowed.
hats, and outer garments, such as raincoats, ski jackets and other garments
that protect against inclement weather, are not allowed past the visiting room
desk. An area is provided for
you to store these items.
6. Light-weight sweaters, hooded sweatshirts,
jackets, lined jackets and sport or suit coats are permitted, but must be worn
during the entire visiting session. Any
clothing items worn into visiting must remain on at all times. Footwear must be worn at all times.
7. Accommodations will be made on a case-by-case
basis for religious head gear consistent with security practices. When
possible, arrangements should be made prior to the visit.
General Information: It is
the inmates responsibility to inform all approved visitors of the visiting
1. Smoking is not permitted at any Department of
2. No more than three (3) visitors may visit at
a time. Infants and small children under
the age of three (3), who are being held on a parents lap, will not be counted.
Visitors may visit during the morning
session or the afternoon session but not both.
4. Visitors may bring up to $15 in cash to use
in the vending machines. These items
should be contained in a see through
plastic bag. Cash is not to be laid
on the visiting room tables. Inmates are not to have cash in their possession,
AT ANY TIME.
5. Reasonable quantities of baby care items such
as 1 clear bottle (plastic), 2 diapers, 1 single layer blanket, 1 pacifier and
diaper wipes (in a clear plastic bag) shall be permitted. All items are subject to search.
6. Visitors shall not possess or have on DOC grounds;
explosive devices, firearms, ammunition, alcoholic beverages, narcotics, drug paraphernalia
or dangerous objects of any kind which might be used to compromise the safety
and security of the facility.
7. Cell phones, pocket computers, hand held game
systems, pagers or any other communication/electronic devices are prohibited in
the visiting room.
8. While in the visiting room, it is your
responsibility to supervise your children. Children are not to be left unsupervised at
any time and need to remain seated. If
your children are being unruly or are continuously disruptive, your visit may
PERSON OR ANIMAL is allowed to wait in vehicles on institutional property. Visitors are not allowed to loiter on
facility grounds. Vehicles must be
secured with the windows rolled up, while parked on institution property.
10. The Department of Corrections visiting rule
states, “No physical contact, except a Brief kiss and embrace upon meeting and
leaving.” Only holding of hands and
holding of small children, under (8) years of age, is permitted during the
visit. Spouses, significant others and/or if you are the only person visiting,
you are required to sit directly across from the inmate. Excessive or inappropriate physical contact
may result in termination of your visit.
12. Visitors and inmates are not allowed to escort
each other to and from the bathrooms or vending machines. Once seated in the visiting room, you cannot change
tables without the approval of the visiting room officer.
13. Neither you nor the inmate, you are visiting
are allowed to become involved in any other visit except your own. No table-to-table conversations.
12. Once you are in the visiting room, you may not
leave the visiting room without terminating your visit. Visitors may not visit twice during the same session.
Inmates will remain seated throughout the entire visit. A bathroom break will
be provided once per session for inmates in the visiting room.
14. You may take up to five (5) non-Polaroid
photographs or five (5) sheets of photographs into the visiting area. Prior to being seated, photographs must be
viewed by the Visiting Officer.
Photographs must be in compliance with ODOC RULES. The
inmate is not allowed to keep the photographs.
visiting status prevents direct physical contact between the inmate and
visitor(s). At Mill Creek Correctional
Facility we do not have an area (at other facility’s basic visiting is behind a
glass partition) to physically separate the inmate and the visitor so if the
inmate or anyone visiting has been approved for basic status the following
process will apply.
1. All Basic visits must be scheduled with the
facility in advance and are one (1) hour in length. The time will begin once
the inmate is seated in the visiting area. If you arrive late for your
visit, you are not guaranteed the full one hour. Based on space availability, your visit may
be over at the original scheduled time. Due
to space limitations and other scheduled visits if you are thirty (30) minutes
late for your scheduled visit, the visit will be denied and you will have to
reschedule with the facility.
a basic visit there is no physical contact of any kind. You may
not purchase snacks or beverages for the inmate. If you bring in photographs the inmate is not
allowed to touch or handle the photos.
if you’re approved for privileged visits if any person in your group is on
basic visit status everyone in the group is classified as basic
status for that visit.
violations will result in termination of the visit.
NOTE: Staff will monitor your visits. The staff may deny or stop visits when they
have reason to believe that the visit might jeopardize the safety, security
and/or the orderly operation of the institution. It is important that you comply with all
regulations and with the instructions from the staff. If you have any
questions, or if you are unsure if something is allowed please ask the Visiting
Room Officer in advance.
reasonable care and good judgment in all you do while visiting.