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Mill Creek Correctional Facility (MCCF), Marion County, Oregon Overview
Mill Creek Correctional Facility is a minimum-security prison in the southeast part of Salem, Oregon, United States. It is five miles southeast of downtown Salem near Turner. It is run by the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC). The capacity of this prison is around 300 adult male inmates.
Saturdays and Sundays: 7:30am-10am and 12:30pm-3:15pm.
Fridays: 12:30pm -3:15pm and from 6:30pm-8:30pm
Holidays: 7:30am-10am, and from 1pm-3:30pm.
- For visitors ages 15 and up: A driver’s license, passport, state ID card, military ID card, school ID card, or other official government ID card
- DO not wear blue denim or blue clothing of any kind. This is for security purposes since AICs themselves wear blue and blue denim clothing.
- Dress conservatively. Dresses, skirts, jumpers, culottes, and shorts are permitted if they are worn at the knee level or lower when standing. Footwear and undergarments must be worn.
- Inappropriate clothing includes suggestive, revealing, low-cut, or skimpy clothing. Hats, wrap-around skirts, halter tops, sheer or see-through clothing are not allowed. Other types of provocative clothing; camouflage of any kind; and clothing, hairstyles, insignias or other paraphernalia associated with security threat groups or that are inflammatory in nature are also not allowed.
- You may also wish to bring quarters for use at the vending machine in the visiting room (no more than $15 in quarters is allowed).
- If you have a medical condition that makes it unsafe for you to walk through a metal detector, talk to your doctor about documentation and have them complete the Metal Detector Medical Exception Form linked above.
- Visitors may bring five non-Polaroid photographs or five sheets of photographs into the visiting room. All photographs must leave the visiting room with the visitor at the end of the visit.
- Approved items per child include two diapers, one clear plastic bottle, one single layer blanket, one pacifier, and diaper wipes contained in a clear plastic bag.
- Any medications that are prescribed for emergency purposes, such as inhalers or nitro tablets are to be left at the Sergeant’s desk for security reasons.
- Non-emergency medications, prescribed or non-prescribed, are not allowed in the visiting room.
- Smoking of any kind is not allowed within a correctional institution or on State of Oregon property, so please leave any tobacco products, vapes, etc. behind.
- Cash or other negotiable instruments other than $15 in quarters. You cannot bring checkbooks, credit and/or debit cards into the visiting area.
- Cell phones, pagers, or other electronic devices are also not allowed in the visiting area.
- Weapons of any kind should not be brought into a facility.
- Metal buttons, body piercings, jewelry, underwire bras, and some shoes may activate the metal detector. Avoid wearing metal as much as possible or be prepared to remove certain items in order to pass through the metal detector successfully. Remember that undergarments MUST BE WORN at all times.
- Outer garments such as raincoats, ski jackets, and other garments that are lined are not allowed inside the visiting room.
- Hats of any kind are not allowed to be worn inside the facility.
Inmates have two main types of accounts:
- A Phone Account: Phone account funds can be used for phone calls, electronic messaging, and computer tablet services.
- A Commissary (Trust) Account: Commissary account funds can be used for items from the facility like snacks, toiletries, and other goods and services.
Inmate Mailing Address:
Inmate Name, ID Number
Mill Creek Correctional Facility
2605 State Street
Salem, Oregon 97310-0505
Mill Creek Correctional Facility
5465 Turner Road SE
Salem, Oregon 97317
Security Level: Minimum
Type(s) of offenders: Adult Men
Sending Money To An Inmate:
Money can be sent to inmates through the following methods:
The Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) has contracts with the following companies: JPay, CenturyLink, and Telmate.
Telmate: With Telmate, you can place money on an AIC’s commissary (trust) account. There are a few ways to deposit money through Telmate:
- Telmate website or app: Visit the Telmate website or download the app to deposit using a credit or debit card. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover are accepted.
- Phone: Call Telmate customer service at (866) 516-0115.
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