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Challenge Incarceration Program Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: March 21, 2020
Challenge Incarceration Program
218-372-3101
86032 County Highway 61, Willow River, MN, 55795

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The Challenge Incarceration Program can be found in Willow River, Minnesota.

The Challenge Incarceration Program is a medium-security facility. . The Challenge Incarceration Program only houses male inmates. These male inmates all have been charged and convicted of a felony crime.

All inmates in the Challenge Incarceration Program living quarters are either going to be triple or double bunk beds in an open dormitory setting that expands from multiple buildings.

The Challenge Incarceration Program will give select inmates a chance to be a part of the work crew team. The work crew team will provide general labor to many of the county’s agencies. These inmates will work under the direct supervision of the department of transportation, farmers market, fire station doing various tasks.

The Challenge Incarceration Program also will offer their inmates counseling, educational programs, re-entry programs, substance abuse programs, and sex offender rehabilitation.

Challenge Incarceration Program — General Information

Challenge Incarceration Program, State Prison.
Adult.
86032 County Highway 61, Willow River, MN, 55795
218-372-3101

With technology doing a quick inmate search is simple. You will need to head on over to the Minnesota Department of Corrections website, where you can find the inmate locator. You will be able to search for the inmate by their full name, gender, race, age, and institution.

You should select the Challenge Incarceration Program institution, so you do not get every other institution that the Minnesota Department of Corrections also owns and operates in the database as well.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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When you are not waiting for an inmate to call you, you are more than welcome to send a letter to an inmate. These letters will be checked by a Challenge Incarceration Program worker for contraband before given to the inmate it is addressed to.

Make sure when you are sending the letter out that you have it address to the inmate along with their ID number.

Sending Money

The Challenge Incarceration Program made it super simple for you to send/deposit money into an inmate's account.

You do not even have to leave your own home for some of these options.

The first option is you can use JPay. JPay is an online service where you can quickly deposit money into an inmate’s account. This option will incur a fee though.

You can also utilize MoneyGram as well to deposit money into an inmate’s account.

But, if you do not want to pay fees to send money, you can send a money order with the inmates information on it to the Challenge Incarceration Program.

Phone calls

When an inmate is in the Challenge Incarceration Program, you will need to wait for them to call you hear their voice. You will NOT be permitted to call them while they are in the facility.

You will NOT be permitted to use any of your phone call features such as call forwarding, call waiting, and three-way calling. If you do use these features, your call can and will be disconnected as the Challenge Incarceration Program staff listens in on ALL phone calls.

Visitation

Visiting in the Challenge Incarceration Program is held on Saturdays, Sundays, along with federal holidays between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm.

When visiting you will need to bring your driver’s license to be allowed to go into the visitation area.

Visiting Hours

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

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