Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women
Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women is a level 3 prison that houses female inmates of various custody levels. This facility houses long term inmates, and is also an intake and classification facility for female inmates entering DOC custody. Fluvanna is located in Troy, Virginia, and is operated by the Virginia Department of Corrections.
Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women
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Visiting Hours and Rules
The visiting hours at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women are on Saturdays and Sundays. The visiting schedule rotates based on inmates' last names. Contact Fluvanna Correctional Center directly to find out the current visiting schedule.
Applying for Visitation
You must go through a background check and get approval from the Virginia Department of Corrections before you can visit an inmate at Fluvanna Correctional Center. You may submit a visitation application online.
Minors visitors must have their application attached to an adult application. If you are not the minor's parent or legal guardian, permission must be documented on a Notarized Statement – Minor Visitor form.
You will receive an email that lets you know when you are approved to visit or one that explains the reason(s) for disapproval.
What to Bring to a Visit
All adult visitors must have a valid photo ID that matches the information on their application (acceptable forms of ID are Driver’s License, Passport, Military ID, or an official picture ID issued by a federal or state agency)
Visitors can't take any items into the visiting area except:
- Their visitor's pass
- A maximum of $20.00 in coins (no paper money) per adult visitor
- Personal vehicle key only (“keyless” keys are not authorized)
- DOC locker key (if applicable)
- Essential items for infant feeding to include one nursing cover for breastfeeding
All other property should be locked in your vehicle.
Do not bring food, cash money, checks, money orders, lottery tickets, negotiable items, or any other item into the visiting room. Visitors who attempt to do this will have their visit terminated and may lose their visiting privileges.
All visitors are subject to search by electronic scanning and detection devices, pat-down frisk searches, and contraband detection canines.
All visitors, including children, will need to follow the dress code when visiting an offender at Fluvanna Correctional Center. Please adhere to the guidelines below when visiting:
All clothing must:
- Cover from the neck to the kneecaps
- Include appropriate underwear
- Include footwear worn at all times
Do not wear inappropriate clothing, including anything that contain symbols or signs with inappropriate language or graphics
Watches and all other wearable technology is not allowed in the visiting room.
Video visitation is available at Fluvanna Correctional Center through a partnership with Assisting Families of Inmates (AFOI). To begin the video visit application process, submit the standard visitation application to the DOC and get approval. Then, mail a completed video visitation application with the fee to the appropriate AFOI video visitation center. You can find more information on video visitation fees on the AFOI website.
AFOI visitation centers host video visitation on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Hours may vary for the Fluvanna Correctional Center. View the current list of AFOI visitation centers on the organization's website.
Fluvanna Correctional Center
144 Prison Lane
Troy, VA 22974
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/LZXMo3zwMGGm2ufq7
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Inmate name and DOC number
Fluvanna Correctional Center
144 Prison Lane
Troy, VA 22974
Inmates at Fluvanna do not receive their original incoming mail. Instead, they receive photocopies. Prison staff shreds the original envelope and contents, including personal photos after they are copied. Watch this video to see how the Virginia DOC distributes mail.
A maximum of three 8.5”X 11” photocopied black and white pages, front and back, are allowed per mailing. The copy of the envelope is included as one of the three front and back photocopied pages.
You may send letters, greeting cards, postcards, and appropriate photos (no pornographic, obscene, or offensive imagery).
The following items will be rejected:
- Money orders, cash, checks, or other items of monetary value (send money to an offender with JPay)
- Postage stamps, prepaid postage envelopes and postcards
- Nude or semi-nude images of anyone
- Contraband or other items not in compliance with Operating Procedure 802.1
How to Call an Inmate
You can't call an inmate at Fluvanna Correctional Center, but they do have access to phones during certain hours. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Virginia, please click here.
How to Send Money
Jpay offers the following ways to send money to your inmate at Fluvanna Correctional Center:
Online or Mobile App: The fastest way to send money is by using a credit or debit card and making an online payment or using the JPay mobile app (Android, Apple iOS).
Phone: Call JPay at 1 (800) 574-5729 to make payments over the phone any time 24/7.
Cash: Make a cash deposit at any MoneyGram agent location (including Walmart and CVS Pharmacy). View the list of nearby MoneyGram locations.
Money Order: Send all money orders with a deposit slip to:
P.O. Box 278170
Miramar, FL 33027
Programs For Inmates
Adult Basic Education: Students in ABE learn literacy, numeracy, and problem-solving skills. ABE students graduate to adult secondary studies in preparation for High School Equivalency (HSE).
BRAVE: This program helps inmates who have spent long periods in restrictive housing by preparing them to enter the general population. Journal session topics include: Orientation, Adjustment to Incarceration, Criminal Lifestyles, Lifestyle Balance, Living with Others, Rational Thinking, and Success Stories.
Business Software Applications: Students become proficient with the Microsoft Office application suite.
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abusers: A substance abuse program designed specifically for prison inmates that focuses on skill-building activities to assist with cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skill development.
Computer Literacy: Students learn basic computer skills with emphasis placed on word processing, spreadsheets, and basic use of the internet.
Cosmetology: Students acquire basic skills, safety knowledge, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes necessary to obtain a cosmetology license. Students perform basic manipulative skills in the areas of hairstyling, hair shaping, hair coloring, texture services, scalp and hair conditioning, skin and makeup, manicures, pedicures, and nail extensions.
Health Livin' It: Inmates get information about obtaining and maintaining physical and emotional well-being.
Healthy Relationships: This program teaches how to build healthy relationships with communication skills, conflict resolution, a review of the ripple effect of behaviors, and the importance of treating others with respect.
High School Equivalency: Adult secondary level instruction that ends when offenders pass the GED exam.
Intro to Computers: Students learn the fundamentals of keyboarding and numeric data entry, file management, and navigation techniques of a Windows-based operating system.
Parenting: This program aims to enhance parent-child relationships and strengthen families. Offenders learn basic parenting skills like how to communicate more effectively, realistic expectations of children, appropriate anger and stress management, and alternative discipline methods.
Preventing Relapse by Educating for Parole Success (PREPS): Helps inmates address physical, emotional, psychological, and physiological issues to help them complete parole successfully.
Re-entry Money Smart – Making Cents out of your Finances: Participants watch short video segments, including: Understanding Your Paycheck, Planning for Rainy Days and Your Future, Managing Your Expenses Online, Borrowing and Paying Your Debts, and Living Within Your Means and Sharing With Others.
Special Education: Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) that meet the needs of inmates who qualify for services under the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA).
Substance Abuse 12-step (AA and NA): Twelve-step programs with a set of guiding principles for recovery from addiction, compulsion, or other behavioral problems.
Thinking for A Change: The goal of this course is to decrease criminal thinking through cognitive behavioral changes and skill development.
Victim Impact – Listen and Learn: This program focuses on accountability, the impact of crime on victims, the “ripple effect” of crime, and victims’ rights.
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Careers at Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women
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