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Updated on: November 18, 2022

Young Female Offender Program, Richland County, State Prison

Juvenile

Post Office Box 21787, Columbia, SC, 29221-1787

South Carolina

Young Female Offender Program, located in Columbia, South Carolina, opened in November 1989 to confine South Carolina’s most dangerous male inmates. A double perimeter fence reinforced with razor wire and an electronic detection system surrounds the facility.

The population is primarily comprised of close custody and administrative segregation inmates. Young Female Offender Program also operates the state Secure Mental Health Facility, houses inmates under the death sentence, and inmates who are civil commitments.

Inmates at Young Female Offender Program have access to various treatment and rehabilitation programs, including substance abuse programs. The School services the South Carolina prison system, where it offers basic education and general education diplomas. The school also offers vocational and technical training to students, which is meant to be used to help them transition into either postsecondary programs or job training programs.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

At Young Female Offender Program, all letters will be photocopied, and these copies will be delivered to inmates. A maximum of three 8 ½ x 11-inch pages (front and back) of each mailing will be delivered. Any additional items, such as cash, checks, postage stamps, or prepaid envelopes will be discarded.

To send a mail to an inmate at this facility, address the envelope as follows:

Inmate Name, ID Number, Housing if known
Young Female Offender Program
Post Office Box 21787, Columbia, SC, 29221-1787

Magazines and books may be sent to an inmate if they are directly from the publisher.

Sending Money

There are several options for sending money to an inmate at Young Female Offender Program including sending money orders, cashier’s checks, personal checks and using your debit/credit card. There is a daily limit of $300. Click here to read more about these options.

Phone calls

Inmates at Young Female Offender Program are allowed to make phone calls through the system if there is money in the inmate’s account. At no time can an offender receive an incoming call.

Family and friends are required to create an account to deposit the funds, as well as receive calls from the inmate. An inmate must put those they wish to call on an approved caller list. All calls are a maximum of 30 minutes in duration and may be recorded or monitored for security reasons.

The phone service provider for pre-paid inmate calls in South Carolina is ICSolutions. You can setup your account over the phone by calling 1-888-506-8407 or by visiting their website at ICSolutions.com.

Visitation

Visitors must fill out an application and it must be approved in order to visit. Visiting is held four days per week and the inmates are divided into groups according to cell blocks. You must arrive 30 minutes prior to the visiting times in order to be processed for visitation.

Visitors can contact the administration at for more details on visitation schedules for each offender.

A dress code for visitation is required, instructing that visitors be covered from the neck to knees with clothing that is not revealing, see-through, or contains offensive symbols or words. Watches, wearable technology, and cell phones are not allowed.

The use of tobacco products on this property is not allowed which includes parking areas.

Visiting Hours

Saturday: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions.

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