Atlanta RRM is commonly known as the Atlanta residential reentry management. There are 25 residential reentry management facilities throughout the United States of America. Atlanta residential reentry management is situated in Atlanta Georgia. These residential field offices hold inmates that are close to finishing up their sentence. They also house inmates that just got released from federal prison. This is to help the inmates prepare to enter back into society. Residential reentry management facilities are commonly known as halfway houses.
Atlanta residential reentry management contracts with their community-based programs. The facility is operated and managed by the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The facility also closely works with the United States Marshals Service, Federal Courts, state corrections, local corrections, and a few other community groups.
Atlanta residential reentry management is responsible for providing inmates with services that will help them with their transition back into the community.
|Facility Name:||RRM Atlanta|
|Facility Type:||Federal RRM|
|Address:||719 MCDONOUGH BLVD S.E. ATLANTA, GA, 30315|
|BOP Region:||Southeast Region|
|Judicial District:||Northern Georgia, Middle Georgia, Southern Georgia, South Carolina|
The easiest and fastest way to locate someone currently in the RRM Atlanta care is to give them a call at 404-635-5679.
Inmates in the Atlanta residential reentry management can receive written letters from their family and friends. Just like in federal prisons, these letters are also checked to ensure there is no contraband coming into the facility.
Inmates can receive books, newspapers, and magazines too. They will need to be sent directly to the facility from the publisher. Sites like Amazon can ensure they are sent from the publisher. All incoming books will need to be paperback. Hardcover books are not permitted and will be rejected.
The Atlanta residential reentry management has a few different locations that inmates are kept at. You will need to verify with the inmate what their address is before you send them any written letters, books, newspapers, and magazines. All the mailing addresses for the Atlanta residential reentry management is:
1010 W. Peachtree ST., NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
300 Wendell Court
Atlanta, GA 30336
742-744 Second Street
Macon, GA 31201
804 L.P. Owens Drive #1010
Savannah, GA 31408
614 Pendleton Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Each inmate can be placed in a few housing locations. You will have to get in contact with the RRM Supervisor of the inmate to get information on where you can send money.
Each inmate can be placed in a few housing locations. You will have to get in contact with the RRM Supervisor of the inmate to get information on how you can phone someone.
Each inmate can be placed in a few housing locations. You will have to get in contact with the RRM Supervisor of the inmate to get information on where you can and when you can visit them.
Visitors will need to be on the approved visitor list. You can have the inmate put you on the list as they are going through the admission process or you can fill out the form on the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
You will need to leave all your belongings in your car. You will not be able to bring in anything to the visitation area. You can have your keys and either your driver’s license or your state identification card. Everything else should be left in the car.
Visitors under the age of 16 will need to accompany with their legal guardian. They will not be able to visit an inmate by themselves.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions
At the Atlanta residential reentry management houses their inmates in dormitory-style housing. Inmates that are held in the Atlanta residential reentry management are low-level risk. The Atlanta residential reentry management does not have a perimeter fence. This makes the facility feel less like prison and more like a home. The staff-to-inmate ratio is extremely low also.
The Atlanta residential reentry management offers their inmates services and programs that will help the transition back into society. Inmates here can work outside of the facility in the local community. Inmates are encouraged to partake in as many programs as they can to help them with their rehabilitation efforts.
|Correctional Facility Name||Type||County|
|USP Atlanta, Georgia 1.26 miles||Federal Prison||Fulton|
|Helms Facility - Special Medical, Georgia 1.99 miles||State Prison||Dekalb County|
|Metro Regional Youth Detention Center, Georgia 2.05 miles||Regional Facility||Fulton County|
|Helms Transitional Center, Georgia 2.51 miles||State Prison||Fulton County|
|Metro Transitional Center, Georgia 2.51 miles||State Prison||Dekalb County|
|Hapeville Jail, Georgia 3.26 miles||City Jail||Fulton County|
|East Point Jail, Georgia 3.52 miles||City Jail||Fulton County|
|Atlanta Detention Center (ICE), Georgia 4.36 miles||City Jail||Fulton County|
|College Park City Jail, Georgia 4.9 miles||City Jail||Fulton County|
|Clayton Transitional Center, Georgia 5.07 miles||State Prison||Clayton County|