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Coffee Creek Correctional Facility


Because of our ongoing efforts to improve the delivery time of packages sent to inmates, we have developed a different way of receiving parcels. Please resume sending UPS, FEDEX, or other mail organization’s packages directly to Coffee Creek Correctional Facility 24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road, Suite U, Wilsonville, OR 97070. However, please note the addition of Suite U to the address. Including Suite U in the address will ensure that packages sent through mail carriers other than USPS will be delivered directly to CCCF.
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General Information

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Coffee Creek Correctional Facility

Paula Myers, Superintendent
Christine Popoff, Assistant Superintendent Correctional Rehabilitation
Forrest Lyons, Assistant Superintendent General Services 
Doug Sheppard Assistant Superintendent Security 

24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road, Suite U
Wilsonville, OR 97070

Mailing Addresses
Letters, magazines, or packages, use address above. (All packages and books must come from a distributor or publisher.)

Superintendent: (503) 570-6412
Information: (503)  570-6400
Fax:  (503)  570-6417

CCCF Mission and Vision Statement
Mission Statement
The mission of the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility is to assure public safety by providing:
  • A safe and secure environment for all persons.
  • Program and work opportunities that enhance inmate ability to reintegrate into the community and assist CCCF in meeting Measure 17 compliance standards.
  • Work and leisure time activities to reduce inmate idleness.
Vision Statement
We will:
  • Partner with the community in many ways through communication, interaction, volunteering, etc.
  • Role model positive values for all staff and inmates.
  • Work collaboratively to make informed decisions.
  • Develop staff to their full potential through training, cross-training, special projects, team participation, and other avenues available.
  • Be innovative, creative thinkers.
  • Listen and value all staff ideas and suggestions for change.
  • Maintain a sense of humor and relay positive work ethic to maintain high staff morale.
  • Respond to inmate communications in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • Not tolerate a code of silence.
  • Provide a wide variety of creative, innovative programs to inmates.
  • Provide and maintain viable work opportunities for inmates and meet Measure 17 compliance.
  • Maintain effective/efficient transition programs for all inmates prior to release that will follow them into the community.
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Visiting Information

Minimum Facility
8:00 am - 10:30 am Sunday only
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Sat, Sun, state recognized holidays
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Mon, Fri, Sat, Sun and state recognized holidays
Medium Facility
Saturday through Wednesday: 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm  &  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
For all visiting cancelations, special events, and updates - please see Visiting Alerts.


Inmates involved in the intake process at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility are not eligible for visiting.

Visiting Rule: OAR Div 127 Visiting (Inmate)
Visiting Inmates: Visiting Inmates in Prison
If coming from north of Wilsonville, take I-5 South to the N. Wilsonville/Stafford Exit (#286). Turn right at the traffic signal from the off ramp. Go through the next traffic signal (1 block). Turn left on Day Street at next traffic signal, follow Day Street to the traffic signal (about 1/2 mile). Go through the traffic signal and through the main gate. Stop at speaker and identify yourself to Control Center staff. When directed to do so, proceed to the parking lot.

If coming from south of Wilsonville, take I-5 North to the N. Wilsonville/Stafford Exit (#286). Turn left at the top of the off ramp. Cross over the overpass, and go through two traffic signals (roughly two small blocks). Turn left on Day Street at third light, follow Day Street to the traffic signal (about 1/2 mile). Go through the traffic signal and through the main gate. Stop at speaker and identify yourself to Control Center staff. When directed to do so, proceed to the parking lot.

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Inmate Phone Use

General Population Inmates - Phone Calls
  • Inmates in general population are allowed to make telephone calls anytime the dayroom is open throughout the facility (medium, minimum and intake). The dayrooms on the units open at various times, but are all closed by 10:00 pm.
Special Population Inmates - Phone Calls
  • Segregation/Temporary Holding Cells (Intake) - Inmates in segregation are not allowed to make phone calls unless they are administratively segregated. Attorney calls and other professional contact or emergencies are arranged through the inmate's counselor or special housing unit staff.
  • Mental Health Infirmary - When dayroom is open.
  • Infirmary - When dayroom is open.
Emergency Notifications
  • Family members are to call the prison's main phone number (reception/master control). The call will be forwarded to the inmate's counselor or the chaplain during the day and to the officer in charge after hours. 

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Commonly Requested Information

FAQ: DOC Frequently Asked Questions
Visiting Rule: OAR Div 127 Visiting (Inmate)
Inmate's Trust Account: Posting Money to an Inmate's Account
Mail Rule: OAR Div 131 Mail (Inmate)
Intake: Intake Information
Custody Level: Minimum/Medium/Maximum
About CCCF: CCCF is a multi-custody prison accommodating all of the State of Oregon female inmates. It provides intake and evaluation of all female and male inmates committed to state custody by the courts. The prison has cell and dormitory housing, inmate work programs, skills training, education, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, warehouse space for on-site storage, a central records unit, and administration areas.
CCCF Programs: CCCF Programs List   (pdf)
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CCCF Media

CCCF Article  Corrections Today article about CCCF family programs   (pdf)

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