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Updated on: October 29, 2020
Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program
406-563-7002
801 Highway 48PO Box 1389, Anaconda, MT, 59711
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Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program is a medium-security jail situated in Deer Lodge County, Montana. The current limit of Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program is 88 male prisoners. This facility has both open quarters and cell squares. This facility also goes about as a changed place for detainees recently housed in most extreme security foundations and have since been ventured down to a medium security level.

Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program — General Information

Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program, State Prison.
Adult, Capacity 88 persons.
801 Highway 48PO Box 1389, Anaconda, MT, 59711
http://www.cccscorp.com/start2.htm
406-563-7002

The Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program is a state facility in Montana. The Montana DOC is the law association that is, in the long run, responsible for ensuring they have the most excellent detainee rundown of all prisoners in their position.

In light of everything, you can find the detainee list on the Montana DOC site. This prisoner rundown will consolidate the detainees here at the Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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Just considering how the detainee is in the facility doesn't mean they can't send and get packages and letters.

You will be permitted to send the detainee at Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program letters. You should hold quick to the guidelines in the welcome package and recollect that staff people will open and examine each mail piece that comes into the facility. You should put the prisoner's finished name and their specific evidence number on all things.

Sending Money

The Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program accepts all payments through JPAY.

Phone calls

Correspondence is a simple arrangement for the Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program. They need prisoners and families to stay in steady posts.

In any case, you won't be permitted to call prisoners, yet during explicit events, detainees will be allowed to call home.

Visitation

Sanction Treatment Assessment and Revocation Transition Program uses a turning visiting plan dependent on the prisoner's last name’s primary letter; due to this, you should require the current revolution. Prisoners have an appearance on Saturdays, Sundays and Occasions from 8:15 am-2:45 pm. Preparing of guests stops at 2:15 pm. Detainees are permitted up to four guests one after another.

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9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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