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Two additional three-story brick dormitory buildings were added in andboth of which are still in use today as program areas. The second half of the construction project, completed inincluded the remodeling of several program areas, including medical services, administrative offices and education.
The bed facility houses maximum, medium and minimum custody inmates as well as court-ordered evaluators and county safe keepers. NCCW is the diagnostic and evaluation center for all newly committed female inmates. During this program, inmates receive medical and mental health evaluations and also learn about the various programming opportunities available to them during their term of incarceration.
Each inmate has a personalized classification and programming plan developed to assist her in addressing personal deficiencies. Visiting during the day orientation program is limited to one 1 visit by immediate family members only. The facility is located on State Spur 93D off of the U. Highway 81 bypass on the west edge of York, NE. From Interstate 80 take exitthen northbound on U. Highway Travel 3. Visitor parking is permitted in the lower parking lot. Visitation within NDCS facilities has returned to normal procedures.
Wearing of masks is voluntary, not required. Facilities will continue to require scheduling of visitors in advance. To select a time and date for visitation, please click the button above to complete the online form.
Questions pertaining to any of the information above can be directed to the facility. Contact information is available on this .
Incarcerated persons at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women are limited to one visit per week. Visits may be scheduled in advance, as long as they do not exceed the quota mentioned above. Below is a brief record of every available program and service provided by this correctional facility. If it there is any additional facility-specific information pertaining to these programs and services, it will be found under the "Additional Information" tab. This treatment provides instruction and practice on basic anger control strategies in a group facilitated by clinicians.
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment that helps participants develop mindfulness-based coping skills to decrease suicidal and self-harming behaviors. The Outpatient Healthy Lives Program is available to individuals who are assessed to be at a relatively moderate risk to sexually re-offend. Provides support as group members identify goals related to altering the behaviors and habits that have prevented them from maintaining healthy boundaries, language and self-concepts. Inmates ased to residential treatment programs have been identified as having serious substance abuse issues.
These programs generally last about six months. Mental Health programming re-enforcing personal responsibility for behavior; teaching about the connections between thoughts, feelings, and behavior; identifying strengths to build on. Developed by FranklinCovey in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Corrections, 7 Habits on the Inside uses the principles of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, tailored for the incarcerated individual.
The program seeks to empower individuals to manage their own lives in such a way as to be successful in prison and in the community and using the principles of integrity, proactivity, and other key skills. The program also provides an important life skill module that teaches how to become emotionally proficient, which translates into better decision making and reduced conflicts. A series of cognitive-behavioral interactive journals in which participants in Longer Term Restrictive Housing can address their individual problem areas based on a criminogenic risk and needs assessment. Participants in Domesti-PUPS train dogs to become service animals for persons with disabilities, pet therapy programs, classroom dogs and education programs.
MRT is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral intervention which le to enhanced moral reasoning, better decision making and more appropriate behavior. Focuses on assisting the participant create a family vision and plan to fulfill that vision.
Thinking for a Change is a high-level cognitive behavioral program developed by the National Institute of Corrections. The program uses role playing to concentrate on changing the criminogenic thinking of offenders. Adult Basic Education assists adult incarcerated students work toward high school equivalency, or refresh skills regardless of diploma status. English as a second language ESL is deed to aid those students not fluent in English learn to speak, read, hear and write the language so they can better function in society. Also prepares for other learning courses. NDCS operates its own school district with a high school.
Students of all ages may attend high school classes. Individuals under 22 who have not graduated from high school are required to be in school. Students over 22 need to go through an application process.
AA Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization which encourages members to read, and listen at meetings using the program as an opportunity to face the truth and become able for their addiction to alcohol. Narcotics Anonymous encourages its members to attend meetings, read and listen to speakers to face the truth and be able for their addictions. Variety of classes, workshops and religious services deed to help inmates with support and spiritual development. A variety of activities that encourage health pastimes are offered at all facilities.
Please check with recreational specialists for more information. Social workers provide assistance in obtaining and completing Social Security applications to individuals who qualify and are 90 days from discharge, post-release supervision or parole. Need addressed: Re-entry for those who may qualify for Social Security benefits due to age or disability. Reentry specialists work with individuals to ensure a reentry plan is completed. Provided on an as-needed basis, clinicians are available to assist individuals in a mental health crisis.
Risk Assessments and Psychological Evaluations provide diagnosis clarification, intelligence testing and Dementia screening.
On-call Skilled Nursing Facilities manage crises dealing with medical emergencies, behavioral issues and suicide watches. Transition Services are available to those transitioning to or from general population or protective management. Mental Health professionals may assists with these services. Integrative group process for women who are trauma survivors involved in mental health or substance abuse services.
Social workers coordinate with a variety of community providers and agencies for mental health services, substance abuse treatment and medical services. Providers include the Veteran's Administration, DHHS, treatment agencies, private practice and non-profit organizations. Social workers assist individuals with high medical needs to set appointments for medication management, healthcare and provide resources to obtain medical insurance upon release:. Specialized Population Served offers services for inmates with mental illness or serious chronic medical conditions that are high risk and multi-needs.
Introduces concepts of basic electrical wiring, presented by classroom instruction, along with hands-on experience by working with virtual electrical panels. Provides training in welding safety, basic welding information and welding defects. Will give participants the tools to make welding corrections. This program provides an overview of safety applications on a construction site as well as training on governmental regulations. This course provides entry-level information about employee rights; employer responsibilities; how to file a complaint; how to identify and prevent job related hazards.
Helps people find competitive jobs that are based on the person's preferences and abilities, developing s, completing job applications, preparing for interviews. Provides ongoing community based support services to participants including advocating and supporting participants who want to find housing; referral and assistance obtaining other community services.
Discusses deescalation; decision making and consequences; how trauma has affected a person; and how to overcome negative ways of dealing with stressful situations and crises. Need addressed: Life skills. This program targets entrepreneurial-minded individuals and offers intensive leadership development, business plan competitions, executive mentoring, financial investment, and startup incubation.
Food safety certification course which covers food borne illness, how to prevent it; purchasing and receiving guidelines; food prep, holding and serving guidelines; food safety management, systems and sanitation guidelines.
Subjects are knowing yourself first, smart love and making your own decisions. February 25, York, Neb. January 14, York, Neb. September 8, Lincoln, Neb. Both individuals are self NDCS offers a wide variety of career opportunities including case workers, food service, health care and security. You must be employed at one of the three male, maximum security facilities to receive the bonus. Transfer or promotion to one of the other facilities will end eligibility for We are looking for people with a desire to serve, a commitment to teamwork, dedication, and the integrity to keep people safe.
Check out all of our other career opportunities as well - our team and make a difference at NDCS! Transfer or promotion to one of the other facilities will end eligibility for additional payouts. These infants, and their mothers, are part of the nursery program at NCCW. The program affords women who qualify, the opportunity to stay with their infants during incarceration and take part in classes and workshops that focus on parenting skills, prenatal care, child development and more. The nursery program accepts clothing donations along with other baby items.
For more information about how to make a clothing donation, contact NCCW.
May 26, Inmate Visitation Program Updates. About Facilities Careers Public Information. Safe Prisons. Transformed Lives. Safe Communities. Our Mission: Keep people safe. Nebraska Correctional Center for Women. Facility Container General Information Warden. Public Information Officer. YorkNE You will be notified by at least three days in advance of your approved visit Be sure to include alternative dates and times for your visit. Facility Visitation Procedures The link below will take you to visiting procedures that apply to this facility.
Needs Addressed: Attitudes; behavior; aggression, mental health Clinical Treatment Anxiety Reduction The treatment teaches participants anxiety reduction behaviors Clinical Treatment Dialectic Behavior Therapy DBT Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment that helps participants develop mindfulness-based coping skills to decrease suicidal and self-harming behaviors. Need addressed: Mental Health. Need Addressed: Sex Offender Clinical Treatment Path to Fulfillment Provides support as group members identify goals related to altering the behaviors and habits that have prevented them from maintaining healthy boundaries, language and self-concepts.
Clinical Treatment START Now Mental Health programming re-enforcing personal responsibility for behavior; teaching about the connections between thoughts, feelings, and behavior; identifying strengths to build on. Needs Addressed: Attitudes; behavior.
Needs Addressed: Attitudes; behavior, Life skills. Non-Clinical Programs Courage to Change A series of cognitive-behavioral interactive journals in which participants in Longer Term Restrictive Housing can address their individual problem areas based on a criminogenic risk and needs assessment.
Needs addressed: Pro-social, attitude, behavior Non-Clinical Programs Moral Reconation Therapy MRT MRT is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral intervention which le to enhanced moral reasoning, better decision making and more appropriate behavior. Needs addressed: Attitudes, behavior. Non-Clinical Programs Parenting Focuses on teaching cooperation, communication, and appropriate discipline. Need addressed: Family.
Non-Clinical Programs Parenting 10 Greatest Gifts Focuses on assisting the participant create a family vision and plan to fulfill that vision.Seeking a Lincoln woman serve
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