Montgomery State Prison Information
Located in Georgia, Montgomery State Prison is a male-only medium-security prison which houses mainly felons. There are eight isolation cells for difficult inmates, while the rest are housed in 6 dormitories. In addition to this, a segregation unit is also there for inmates who have safety or security concerns. The main goal of the prison is to reform their inmates, rehabilitating them to become a part of society once again.
Montgomery State Prison Contact Information
(912) - 583- 3600
Number of Inmates
With a capacity of 900 people, Montgomery State Prison houses the exact number of people, thus leaving no scope for overcrowding and a very comfortable stay for its inmates.
Montgomery State Prison Address
650 Mt. Vernon/ Alston Road, GA 300445
Montgomery State Prison Mailing Information
General Mailing Address: Mt. Vernon, GA 30445, PO Box 256
Montgomery State PrisonVisitation Hours
Visiting hours are confined to the weekends, that is Saturday and Sunday, and the four calendar holidays of every year, that is New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. The timings during which visitation is open is from 9:00 am in the morning to 3:00 pm in the afternoon.
Montgomery State Prison Fax
Montgomery State Prison Phone
(912) - 583- 3600
Pamela McDonald has been the warden of Montgomery State Prison since February 1, 2016. She joined Montgomery State Prison early on in her career, becoming a Store Manager and Account Paraprofessional in 1998. from then on, she was promoted to Business Manager in 2010, a position she held till 2016.
Housing nearly 900 inmates and over 400 staff members, Montgomery State Prison may be small in size, but more than makes up for it in terms of efficiency and routine. With the management spanning across a wide range including security guards, cooks, doctors and nurses, all of whom are well trained in tackling and handling themselves, Montgomery State Prison ensures that the prisoners respect the staff of the prison, and that all the work in the prison carries on in a smooth and efficient manner.
- Food preparation and catering services.
- Training in hairdressing.
- Learning how to work on a farm.
- Custodial Maintenance work.
- Working in a Laundromat.
- Learning how to work in and take care of a garden/ grounds.
- Working as a general clerk in an office.
- Learning how to operate a forklift.
- Working in a warehouse and other storage areas.
- Learning the craft of repairing things- including patchwork on upholstery, repairing auto parts and machine work, learning how to detail and engrave auto parts, working on and repairing of small engines.
- General Education Diploma.
- Remedial Courses on Literacy.
- Adult Basic Education.
- Worship Services.
- Bible Study.
- Studies of Choirs and Religious Music.
These miscellaneous programs include therapy and skill-building programs for inmates who are not being able to reform in prison, with a view of making them understand where they went wrong and making them re-enter society as renewed individuals. These programs include the following:
- Therapy for perpetrators of Family and Domestic Violence.
- "Thinking for a Change" Programs.
- Skill Building at a job re- entry-level.
- "Motivation for Change" Programs.
- Rehabilitation Programs for Alcohol and Drug Abusers.
- Moral Reconation Therapy.
How to Find an Inmate in Montgomery State Prison?
The easiest way to search for an inmate in Montgomery State Prison is by using the resources of the "Offender Query" web page on the website of the Georgia Department of Corrections. The requester will need the first and last name of the inmate, the gender they identify as, their race, age, and whether they were in any other institution before Montgomery State Prison.