Washington Corrections Center
Business Hours: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Main: (360) 426-4433
Health Services: (360) 427-4686
Sunday, June 19, 2016: There will be no visiting 6/19/2016 from 4:15 pm to 7:15 pm due to the WCC Black History month event.
Facility at a Glance
Superintendent: Patrick Glebe
Washington Corrections Center (WCC)
- Custody Level: Medium, Close and Maximum
- Operating Capacity: 1,268 male offenders
- Year Opened: 1964
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.
Note: Please do not leave children or pets in cars during visiting hours. This request is made to ensure the safety of all visitors to the facility.
Educational & Offender Change
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- Chemical Dependency Assessments
- Computer Basics
- Family Friendly Activities
- General Education Diploma (GED)
- IMU Leave A Winner (LAW) Program
- Recreational Programs
- Reentry Unit
- Skill Building Unit
- State Library
- Transitional Offender Program
- Youthful Offender GED
Work & Vocational
- Building Maintenance
- Correctional Industries: Food Service, Laundry Service and Warehouse Distribution
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Vocational Certification for Institutional Sanitation
- Compost Program
- Recycling Project
- Vegetable Gardens
WCC works closely with the community. We have numerous offender programs who work to raise funds and complete projects to benefit community organizations such as "Toys for Tots", Turning Point, Mason County Homeless Shelters and The Veterans Association.
Mason County Re–Entry Coalition (MCRC) is comprised of several county agencies including a Commissioner and local law enforcement. MCRC meets at the facility on a regular basis with the offender re–entry coalition to discuss available resources for re–entry.
Evergreen Unit is comprised of 180 offenders with less than 9 months to serve. Staff members in this unit work closely with entities in the community, to provide release planning, services and resources to the offenders. This unit also houses offenders made up of MI2 and MI3 workers to assist in the offender workforce.
New unit at Cedar Hall
The newly created Skill Building Unit (SBU) at Cedar Hall at the Washington Corrections Center (WCC) in Shelton is a special housing unit designed specifically for offenders with moderate to severe Intellectual Disability, Borderline Intellectual Functioning, or Traumatic Brain Injury. Cedar Hall, with its small wings and dayrooms, presents the ideal environment to care for this sensitive and vulnerable group. In the SBU, staff ensures cognitively impaired offenders are appropriately treated, protected from abuse, and provided specialized habilitation programming in a safe, secure environment. Offenders develop skills that allow them to function more independently in prison and when released; thereby, reducing the risk for recidivism.