Northern Nevada Correctional Center is located in Carson City Nevada. It is a medium custody prison that can house 1,619 inmates. Offenders are housed in one of ten housing units and can receive on-site medical and mental health treatment. Northern Nevada Correctional Center is part of the prison industries program that manufactures a variety of products in an upholstery shop, paint shop, wood shop, and metal shop. Offenders who work in these shops can earn a menial wage while incarcerated.
Offenders at Northern Nevada Correctional Center can participate in the OASIS substance abuse treatment which is an intensive 9-12 month program. Inmates can also receive vocational training in automotive repair, dry cleaning and computer technology. Additionally, offenders can earn a GED, learn to read, and take college classes offered through Western Nevada Community College.
Anyone wishing to visit an inmate at Northern Nevada Correctional Center is required to fill out a visitors application and have it approved before they can visit. Visits are restricted to three hours in duration if overcrowding occurs.
- General Population inmates have visiting on Fridays and Saturdays from 8am-2pm. Visitors must sign in prior to 8am for the morning visit and by 12pm for the afternoon visit. You can arrive at the facility as early as 7:30am.
- Stewart Conservation Camp has visiting on Sundays 8am-2pm, visitors must sign in by 8am for the morning visit and 12pm for the afternoon visit.
- Units 7A, 7B, and 8B have visiting by appointment only on Mondays from 11am-2pm. Visitors must register and sign in by 10:45am.
- Unit 8A has visiting by appointment only on Mondays from 11am-2pm, visitors must sign in before 10:45am.