Monroe Correctional Complex
Business Hours: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Main: (360) 794-2600
Health Services: (360) 794-2600 (Only press 9 and dial extension 6200)
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Facility at a Glance
Superintendent of Special Offender
Unit ⁄Intensive Management Unit:
Superintendent of Twin
Rivers Unit: Eric Jackson
Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC)
- Custody Level: Maximum, Close, Medium, and Minimum
- Units and Custody levels
- Operating Capacity: 2,400 male offenders
- Year Opened: 1910
Visit the Friends and Family website for great information including how to prepare for visiting with children.
For for additional forms and details on how to apply for a visitor who is a minor, please review the Visiting With a Minor web page.
Visitor’s Application: Please fill out either the Online Application, or the Hard Copy Application not both. Submitting multiple visit applications for an individual visitor will cause a delay in processing.
For all visitors: Please note, while walking on facility grounds smoking is prohibited. We thank our visitors for helping this facility stay healthy by covering coughs and preventing the spread of germs and illnesses. Please also read these flyers on influenza and visiting as well as cold vs. flu symptoms.
Facility Visit Schedules
|Washington State Reformatory||WSRU 2016|
|Twin Rivers Unit||TRU 2016|
|Special Offender Unit||SOU 2016|
|Minimum Security Unit||MSU 2016|
A non–DOC method of communication by and for family members and friends of offenders at MCC was created. To comment or ask a question send your email to the family council at Monroe: email@example.com.
Educational & Offender Change
- Adult Basic Education
- Integrated Horticulture
- Medication Management
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Sex Offender Treatment Program
Work & Vocational
- Graphic Arts & Printing
- Information Technology
- Multi Media/Visual Communication
- Complete list of programs
Monroe Correctional Complex expands public awareness of the Department of Corrections within the facility through volunteer resources. This partnership encourages supervised interaction between responsible citizens and offenders. Community volunteers provide programs and services that promote positive reintegration into the community. These groups focus on religious, cultural, personal accountability and reentry assistance. Volunteers provide personal and professional expertise in teaching offenders real–life skills necessary to achieve successful transition to community life.
A substantial number of community volunteers offer a variety of social and religious programming opportunities for offenders at Monroe. The facility has two full–time Chaplains to cover the five separate units within the Complex. The facility relies heavily on faith–based volunteers to provide spiritual programming opportunities to offenders of all faiths in accordance to correctional guidelines.