Should you need to see a Chaplain, you can come directly to the Chaplain’s office. We have an open door policy. You may also submit an Inmate Request to Staff form through the institutional mail. The duty schedule for the Chaplains is posted outside the institution chapel. There is normally a Chaplain on duty seven days a week and four evenings a week.
It is the Chaplains’ desire for you to embrace your spirituality while incarcerated. Explore other religions to find one that is appropriate for you or become firmly grounded in the faith you practice. A schedule of all religious programs is located in the chapel area.
In your Initial meeting with your Unit Team, you will be given an opportunity to state your religious preference. After this initial declaration, if you desire to change your religious preference, you must submit an Inmate Request to Staff and forward to Religious Services.