Montana Women's Prison
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Montana Women's Prison in Billings houses approximately 265 adult female offenders and has partial responsibility for 245 more. More than 90 percent of inmates at MWP are involved in educational or vocational programs and nearly all participate in a parenting program, staffed by volunteers, where they learn prenatal skills, infant care, adolescent behavior and more. The volunteers also assist and lend support at the hospital when inmates give birth.
Montana Women's Prison maintains a staff of close to 90 people including contract personnel.
Security: supervises inmates and assures the overall security of the facility.
Medical Services provides and coordinates comprehensive health care for the inmates.
Clinical Services provides mental health services, a wellness program, and family support services.
A Deputy Warden oversees activities, education, food service, case managers, mother and child activities, and maintenance.
Warden Jo Acton: (406) 247-5100;
Deputy Warden Security & Operations Bob Paul: (406) 247-5121;
Deputy Warden Programming & Treatment Sue Orand: (406) 247-5157;
Public and Victim Information Officer Annamae Siegfied-Derrick: (406) 247-5102;
Address: 701 S.27th St.; Billings, MT; 59101
Phone Directory (406) 247-5100