Coffee Creek Correctional Facility

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (CCCF) is a multi-custody prison accommodating all the State of Oregon female inmates. It provides intake and evaluation of all female and male inmates committed to state custody by the courts. 

The prison has cell and dormitory housing, inmate work programs, skills training, education, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, warehouse space for on-site storage, a central records unit, and administration areas. It is also home to the state’s intake center, providing evaluation of all male inmates committed to state custody by the courts. 

CCCF opened its minimum-security facility in October 2001 and its medium-security facility in April 2002. It is situated on 108 total acres and has 508,000 square footage inside the facility.

The Oregon Department of Corrections refers to inmates as Adults in Custody, or AIC’s.

The intake process takes 30 days before male prisoners are assigned to other prisons in the state's system.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

Visiting hours at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility are as follows:

Housing Type



Minimum Facility

Mondays and Fridays

7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Saturdays and Holidays

1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.


8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Medium Facility

Saturday – Wednesday

1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Inmates involved in the intake process at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility are not eligible for visiting.

You must arrive no later than 30 minutes before the end of a visiting session. Delays may occur when you are waiting for a visit. Plan for unanticipated delays by giving yourself plenty of time to go through the check-in process. 

What to bring to your visit

  • Identification (ID)
    • 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
  • Appropriate clothing 
    • DO NOT WEAR BLUE DENIM OR BLUE CLOTHING OF ANY KIND. This is for security purposes, since inmates themselves wear blue and blue denim clothing.
    • Dress conservatively. Dresses, skirts, jumpers, culottes, and shorts are permitted if they are worn at 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. 
    • TIP: Leave an extra set of clothes in your car if you are not sure that your clothing meets the requirements.
  • Quarters
    • You may need to store items in a visiting locker, which requires a quarter to work.
    • 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).
  • Metal Detector Medical Exception Form 
    • 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.

Other Approved Items

  • Photographs to share
    • 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.
  • Items for your infant
    • 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.
  • Emergency medications
    • 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.

What to Leave at Home or in a Facility Locker

  • 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.

Physical Address

Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road, Suite U
Wilsonville, OR 97070

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Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Inmate Name, SID Number
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
24499 SW Grahams Ferry Road, Suite U
Wilsonville, OR 97070

How to Call an Inmate

You can’t call an inmate at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, but they do have access to phones during certain hours. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Oregon, please click here.

How to Send Money

Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) has contracts with the following companies: JPay, CenturyLink (CenturyLink uses the vendor Access Corrections for Trust deposits), and Telmate. 

Each of these companies accept electronic payments from the public through their website, by telephone, and at walk up locations. These services are fast, secure, and available across the state of Oregon.

Adults in custody have two main types of accounts: a phone account and a commissary (trust) account. 

  • Phone account funds can be used for phone calls, electronic messaging, and computer tablet services. 
  • Commissary account funds can be used for items from the facility like snacks, toiletries, and other goods and services. The DOC Rule on Trust Accounts has more detailed information on commissary accounts.


With JPay, you can place money on an AICs commissary (trust) account:

  • JPay website: Visit the JPay website to create an account and send money with a credit or debit card.
  • Over the phone: Call (800) 574-5729 to deposit money with a credit or debit card.
  • In person: Visit Wal-Mart, 7-Eleven, or CVS to purchase a MoneyGram with cash or card. Once purchased, call (800) 574-5729 and use receive code, 7813.

Century Link

CenturyLink uses a vendor called Access Corrections, so you can place money on an AIC's commissary (trust) account:

  • Access Corrections website: Visit the Access Corrections website to create an account and send money with a credit or debit card.
  • Over the phone: Call (866) 345-1884 to send money with a credit or debit card.
  • In person: Visit any Western Union Agent to send money with cash or card.


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 here).
  • Over the phone: Call Telmate customer service at (866) 516-0115. A Telmate agent will assist you with your deposit.

US Mail

If sending money by mail to be deposited on an AICs commissary (trust) account, Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) will ONLY accept money orders and cashier's checks. Make the money order or cashier’s check payable to “DOC” with the adult in custody's name and SID number.

Example: DOC for John Doe, SID #1234567

You must also write the name and mailing address of the purchaser, including city, state, and zip code on the money order or cashier's check AND in the return address area of the mailing envelope.  

PLEASE NOTE: This information must be current and legible or your item will be returned.

Mail the money order or cashier’s check to:

Central Trust, AICs Name and SID Number
Oregon Department of Corrections
PO Box 14400
Salem, OR 97309-5077

Programs For Inmates

Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) offers a variety of programs, social activities, and training opportunities for the adults in their custody. These programs help inmates prepare for their release from custody, and ensure they are better prepared to re-enter society as a good neighbor and successful citizen. 

  • Vocational Programs
  • Life-Skills Programs
  • Education Services
  • Library Services
  • Worked Based Education
  • Mental Health Services
  • Health Services
  • Treatment Programs
  • Transition Programs
  • Parenting and Family Programs
  • Religious Services
  • Religious Activities
  • Cognitive Based Programs
  • Work Programs
  • Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE) Industries:
  • Contact Center
  • Document Digitizing (Archiving)
  • Fulfillment
  • Production Sewing
  • Website Analysis

The Parenting Inside Out program teaches parenting skills to mothers behind bars. With nearly two-thirds of inmates also mothers, Coffee Creek runs several other programs focused on mothers and the children of inmates.

One job program at the prison trains prisoners to refurbish reading glasses donated to the Lions Club, which are then given away in Mexico. The Coffee Creek Quilters is an inmate program that teaches quilting. They also have a garden used by inmates to raise crops.

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Careers at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility

If you are interested in a career with the Oregon Department of Corrections, you can find out more information about available jobs at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility by clicking here.