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3700 NW 111th Place
Ocala, Florida

(352) 840-8000
FAX: (352) 402-6620


Stephen Rossiter

Chaplain's Office
(352) 840-7958

(352) 840-8006

(352) 840-7928
Florida Department of Corrections

Florida Women's Reception Center

County: Marion

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Directions: From I-75 take Exit 358 (SR-326 East) to first red light and turn left on C-25A. Institution is approximately 3-4 miles on the right.

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Total Staff:  (updated 4/13/2018) 305

Facility Profile Information: Last updated 04/18

The Florida Women's Reception Center is a unique facility in that it has multiple missions: reception, in-patient mental health, faith and character based and general population. Each of the missions and the inmates assigned are in different quadrants. The design of the Florida Women's Reception Center allows for separate, focused missions with minimal contact with the inmates from other quadrants. This separation facilitates the creation of different environments wherein the program characteristics of each mission can be fully fulfilled.

Type of Housing Units:
Open Bay Housing Units 6
Cell Housing Units 2
Room Housing Units 0
Maximum Capacity 1,307
Other Information:
Population Gender Female
Adult or Youthful Adult
Facility Level 7
Self Contained Housing Units Yes
Designated Confinement Space Yes
Custody Grades Close, Medium, Minimum, Community
Medical Grades 1 through 9
Psychological Grades 1 through 6
Wheelchair Capabilities Yes
Hearing Impaired Capabilities Yes

Academic Programs:

  • Adult Basic Education
  • General Educational Development (GED)
  • Special Education Screening (Child Find)
  • Volunteer Literacy Program

Vocational Programs:

  • Bee Keeping

Chaplaincy Services:

  • Faith & Character Based Programs
  • Chapel Library
  • Religious Education
  • Worship Services

Institutional Betterment Programs:

  • 100 Hour Transition Class
  • Abe Brown Family Bonding Program
  • Alcoholic Anonymous
  • Anger Management
  • Crafts with Conviction
  • Creative Writing / Journey Daybook
  • Children of Inmates (Family BondingProgram)
  • Florida Ready to Work
  • Journey of Years (JOY) Program
  • Law Library Programs
  • Library Services
  • Life Skills
  • Mommy Reads Program
  • Mommy Speaks Program
  • Money Management
  • Narcotic Anonymous
  • Parenting
  • Re-entry Fairs
  • Wellness Education
  • Yoga

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