Stafford Creek Corrections Center (SCCC)
Facility Alerts & Notices
Before visiting, check this page for notices and alerts that may impact your travel plans.
- None at this time.
SCCC Visiting Information
Visitor Application Process
To visit an inmate, you must complete the visitor application process. Go to the Prison Visits webpage for information about what is required in your specific circumstances to complete the visitor application process.
The visitor application process must be completed for both Prison Visits and Video Visits.
The general guidelines that are applicable to all prison facilities is detailed in DOC Policy 450.300 Visits for Incarcerated Individuals. SCCC also has its own Visitor's Guidelines detailing important notices, visiting rules, guidelines for all visits (prison and video), and regular visiting hours for each housing unit.
SCCC's Regular Visiting Hours have also been published below as a quick reference for your convenience.
Many scheduled events are hosted at SCCC. These events may disrupt regularly scheduled visiting hours. Please refer to the SCCC Event Calendar for information regarding upcoming scheduled events.
Regular Visiting Hours
Below are the regularly scheduled visiting hours for each unit that accepts visitors at SCCC. Regular visiting hours are subject to change due to unplanned incidents, as well as scheduled events. Please check the facility alerts & notices, SCCC Event Calendar, SCCC Visit Schedule Calendar and Visitor's Guidelines for information that may impact your travel plans.
H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 & G Units
|Rotating Schedule – See Visit Schedule Calendar||11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.||11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.||11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.||11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.|
Video Visiting Hours
Per Video Visit Expectations, video visits will be scheduled in 30 minute increments and may not exceed one hour in duration. Video visits may be scheduled by an approved visitor through Securus at least 24 hours in advance.
|Daily (30-minute intervals)||7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Academic & Partnership Programs
- Adult Basic Education Diploma/GED
- Business Management
- Building Trades
- General Education Support & Pre-College Courses
- Roofing and Siding
- Sustainability in Prisons Project
- Welding – State Certificate
Research Based Programs
- Stress Anger Management
- Substance Abuse Treatment
Work & Vocational Programs
- Business Office
- Metal Shop
- Upholstery Shop
- Wood Shop
Stafford Creek inmates participate in various activities that support the community.
Volunteers are instrumental in assisting in the development of programs aimed at promoting positive changes in personal growth and successful reintegration to society. The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program puts together fundraisers for community charity groups such as the Connections, formerly Children's Advocacy Center of Grays Harbor, Coastal Community Action Program, Habitat for Humanity, and the Grays Harbor Food Bank Distribution Center.
Giving Back to the Community
The Grays Harbor Lions Club works with Bicycles from Heaven to donate like-new bikes to the community. Inmates receive old bikes and bike parts, refurbish them, and donate them to the Lions Club for distribution to individuals in need. Over 1,000 bikes have been distributed throughout Grays Harbor County to date.
Inmates also participate in outreach efforts, such as crocheting hats and blankets and donating them to community like the United Gospel Mission of Grays Harbor, the nursery at the local hospital, and the United Way of Grays Harbor Coat & Blanket Drive. Through Toy Time, inmates make toys to donate to the community for children during the holidays. These donations go to the Children's Advocacy Center of Grays Harbor and the Christmas for Kids in Grays Harbor program.
Art in Public Places
The Art in Public Places (AIPP) program facilitates the acquisition, placement, and stewardship of artwork in state-funded building projects throughout Washington. The Washington State Legislature established the AIPP program in 1974 to acquire artwork for educational institutions and state agencies, funded by ½ of 1 percent of the state’s portion of construction costs. Today, the State Art Collection includes more than 4,700 artworks.
Stafford Creek Superintendent
Superintendent Jason Bennett
Jason Bennett started his DOC career in 1993 as a corrections officer at the Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC) Special Offender Unit. Over the years, he worked at multiple facilities including McNeil Island Corrections Center, Stafford Creek Corrections Center (SCCC), Clallam Bay Corrections Center (CBCC) and Olympic Corrections Center (OCC).
Jason promoted through the custody ranks, spending time as a Correctional Lieutenant at SCCC and then becoming the Correctional Captain at OCC in 2005. Later, he gained a classification and programs background as Correctional Unit Supervisor and Correctional Program Manager at OCC.
Jason has been an active instructor, using his experience to provide training to staff on subjects such as impacting behavior change, control tactics and emergency management. He has practical application experience in emergency response serving as the Assistant Team Leader for the SCCC Emergency Response team and as Incident Commander through various incidents at OCC.
In addition to his roles within Washington State DOC, Jason is certified by the Department of Justice as a PREA Auditor and has conducted audits as a part of the Western States PREA Audit Consortium.