Religious Activities: Staff Chaplains coordinate the resources to meet your spiritual needs. Protestant and Catholic services are held on a regular basis. Community clergy and volunteers meet with those individuals belonging to various religions as represented by the needs of the inmate population. Group and individual religious counseling, instruction classes, correspondence courses, music programs, and fellowship groups are held to provide religious study and knowledge, and to instill religious principles which deal with daily living. In all, over 100 volunteers work with the Pastoral Care Department in providing you service.
The Chaplains serve as the coordinators for community-based programs which provide services and support to inmates and their families. Religious release programs involve contact with religious families or religious organizations for the purpose of developing on-going relationships in a religious setting. Personal religious items must be approved by the Chaplain. For specific hours and services available, schedules are posted in the housing units as well as at the chapel.