Stafford Creek Corrections Center

Stafford Creek Corrections Center

191 Constantine Way
Aberdeen, WA 98520

(360) 537-1800
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Superintendent: Pat Glebe

Facility at a Glance

Superintendent: Patrick Glebe
Custody Level: Minimum, Medium and Maximum
Units by custody level

Operating Capacity: 1,936 offenders
Year Opened: 2000

Visiting Information

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.
Visiting Guidelines
Visiting Schedule
Family Events Calendar

Programs

Educational and Offender Change programs:

Work and Vocational Programs:

  • Basic Education Classes
  • Building Maintenance Technology
  • Welding – State Certificate
  • Technical Design – State Certificate
  • Chemical Dependency Treatment
  • Drywall
  • Roofing and Siding
  • Bookkeeping
  • Computer Life Skills
  • Stress Anger Management
  • Chair Shop
  • Metal Shop
  • Laundry
  • Business Office

Community Involvement

Stafford Creek offenders participate in various activities that support the community. The Inside⁄Out organization puts together fundraisers for community charity groups such as the Children’s Advocacy Center of Grays Harbor, Coastal Community Action Program, Habitat for Humanity, and the Grays Harbor Food Bank Distribution Center.

“Bicycles from Heaven" works with the Grays Harbor Lions Club to donate like–new bikes to the community. Offenders receive old bikes and bike parts, refurbish them and donate them to the Lions Club for distribution to individuals in need, with over 1,000 bikes being distributed throughout Grays Harbor County to date.

Offenders also participate in Outreach, crocheting hats and blankets and donating them to community agencies such as the United Gospel Mission, the Nursery at the local hospital, and the United Way Coat⁄Blanket Drive. Through Toy Time, offenders make toys to donate to the community for children during the holidays. These donations go to the Children’s Advocacy Center and the Christmas for Kids in Grays Harbor program.