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5You can find the Abraxas House in Staunton, Virginia.

The Abraxas House is a level V or what is also known as a high-security facility. However, the Abraxas House also houses male inmates from the following security levels as well:

  • Minimum-Security

  • Medium-Security

  • Closed Custody

As of right now, the Abraxas House does not participate in any PRIDE programs, but the Abraxas House does offer the inmates the opportunity to work in the community as a support role if they choose to.

Inmates who are in the Abraxas House can participate in resolution courses, anger management classes, financial planning classes, parenting classes, and even mental health counseling.

The Abraxas House also offers its inmate's alcoholics anonymous and narcotics anonymous courses as well.

Staunton - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Abraxas House

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    603 North Coalter Street, Staunton, VA, 24401

  • Phone


  • City


  • Postal Code


  • State


  • Country

    Independent City County

  • Official Website


  • Facility Name

    Abraxas House

  • Facility Type

    State Prison

  • Address

    603 North Coalter Street, Staunton, VA, 24401

  • Phone


  • Country

    Independent City County

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The Abraxas House is a state facility in Virginia. The Virginia Department of Corrections is the law agency that is ultimately responsible for ensuring they have the most up to date inmate roster of all inmates in their custody.

With that being said, you can find the inmate roster on the Virginia Department of Corrections website. This inmate roster will include the inmates here at the Abraxas House.

You can search the database by the following information:

  • DC Number

  • Inmate Full Name

Send a Mail/Package


Just because the inmate is behind bars does not mean they cannot send and receive letters and/or packages.

You will be free to send the inmate at Abraxas House letters. You will need to adhere to the guidelines in the welcome packet, and bear in mind that staff members will open and read every piece of mail that comes into the facility. You will need to place the inmate's full name and their identification number on all items.

Make sure that you put your return address on any packages an

Sending Money

Inmates will need money while they are in the Abraxas House. Inmates will not only need money to purchase items from the commissary, but they will also need money to be able to make phone calls to their friends and family.

The Abraxas House uses JPay.

JPay allows you to send money over the phone, online, and in person. It is one of the more popular ways you can send funds to an inmate in the Abraxas House. You will need to keep in mind that sending money through JPay will accrue a service fee, but the funds will be in the inmates account between 1 to 3 days.

Phone Calls

Communication is a big deal for the Abraxas House. They want inmates and families to stay in constant communication.

However, you will not be permitted to call inmates, but during certain times inmates will be permitted to call home.

Inmates will have a standard 15-minute time limit. You will not be permitted to use any call features such as call waiting or three-way calling.

You will need to keep in the back of your mind that all outgoing calls will not only be monitored, but they will also be recorded as well.

Visitation Rules

Before you will be permitted to come on down to the Abraxas House, you will be required to fill out the visitor application. You will then be required to wait for the application to be approved before you will be able to come on-site.

The Abraxas House has its visiting hours on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm.

You can come as early as 8:15 am to start registration for your visit. You will not be permitted to come later than 2 pm for a visit.


  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
  • Sunday
    9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


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