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Logansport Correctional Facility Treatment Unit

New Visitor Registration Process

Step 1: Request Visitation

All visitors must submit State Form 14387 to be screened for criminal history, employment with DOC and relation to the incarcerated individuals before scheduling the first visit.

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Step 2: Register for ViaPath

All Visitors must register for a ViaPath Account and be approved before scheduling in-person and online visits.

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Step 3: Schedule Visit

Already registered? Remember all visitation requests observe Eastern time. Available dates and times will be listed for that incarcerated individuals facility.

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Special Message: IDOC Comprehensive Response to COVID-19

Public Visitation:

Please refer to the IDOC visitation page to find the most current information regarding visits.

**Please check your email frequently for updated information. **

When visitation resumes

All visitors must register and be approved before scheduling a visit. Visitors who have already registered for video visitation through GTL will not need to register again.

In order to register and schedule visitation, please visit the GTL website at Need help? You can view a short guide HERE to get you started.

Visitors will need to be reviewed for approval after submitting information about any criminal history, employment with DOC and relation to the Incarcerated Individuals.

Once approved, a visitor can request a visitation appointment with an Incarcerated Individuals. Available dates and times will be listed for that Incarcerated Individuals and facility.

All scheduling is being done through the GTL website at

Below is a list of requirements for visits at all prisons:

  • Anyone entering a DOC facility will be asked questions about their current health symptoms and may be asked to reschedule their visit if they have symptoms of contagious illness.
  • Visitors must have a valid ID.
  • Masks are not mandatory at this time but can be mandated if the facility deems necessary..
  • Absolutely no physical contact between the visitor and Incarcerated Individuals is permitted at any time during the visit.
  • Failure to abide by these visitation rules may result in your visitation being canceled.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I submit a paper application for visitation?

A: We are not accepting paper applications. All visitation scheduling should be done through the GTL website at

Q: Am I allowed to hug, hold hands, have physical contact during my visit?

A: No. All visits are non-contact at this time, meaning you will be sitting face-to-face, 6 feet apart.

Q: Do I have to wear a mask?

A: Masks are not mandatory at this time but can be mandated if the facility deems necessary..

Q: If I am vaccinated/the Incarcerated Individuals is vaccinated, does that change the policy on masks, non-contact?

A: No. Masks are not mandatory at this time but can be mandated if the facility deems necessary.?

Q: How long are visits?

A: One hour.

Q: When should I arrive for my visit?

A: Visitors will not be allowed into the facility more than 15 minutes before their visit time. Also, be sure to note any time zone differences for the facility your are visiting.

Q: How will I know if my visit is canceled?

A: Be sure to check the email you used to register the GTL account that is used to schedule your visitation. Communication will be sent to that email address regarding any changes to visitation.

Visiting Guidelines

Treatment Unit Only. No Changes at Intake – requires case-by-case approval.

Monday through Friday from 6:15 pm to 8:15 pm.

Saturdays, Sundays, and state recognized holidays from 8:00am to 10:00am & 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

If you are unable to visit during the scheduled times you may call the facility and speak your child’s counselor who will make arrangements for a special visit. This call to the counselor will need to be made 24 hours prior to the anticipated visit.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Insight Garden Program- facilitates an innovative curriculum combined with vocational gardening and landscaping training so that people in prison can reconnect to self, community, and the natural world. This “inner” and “outer” gardening approach transforms lives, ends ongoing cycles of incarceration, and creates safer communities. The adult mentor also provides a positive role model for the youth. For more information about the Insight Garden Program please visit their website. Feel free to view and distribute the IGP brochure.
  • H.O.P.E Mentoring- currently recruiting college students to mentor through the H.O.P.E Mentoring program. Visit their website for more information and to apply. Feel free to pass along their brochure to interested college students.
  • Warriors for Christ- led by Pastor Mike & Mrs. Michelle LaManna, WFC is a non-denominational prison ministry whose mission is to teach and preach to incarcerated youth so they are able to leave and not return to a life of crime and detention.
  • Kairos Torch- Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc.- (Kairos) is a lay-led, interdenominational Christian ministry in which men and women volunteers bring Christ's love and forgiveness to prisoners and their families. Kairos Torch team volunteers commit to a weekly mentoring process with the youthful Incarcerated Individuals for six months after the Weekend, which includes:
    • Six months of weekly one-to-one mentoring
    • Discussion of self-esteem and anger management
    • Short and long-term goal setting
    • Monthly group reunions

Donation Needs

LJCF is currently seeking clothing donations for students seeking employment upon release.

  • Religious reference books
  • Arts, crafts, materials, and supplies
  • Used greeting cards
  • Games and puzzles
  • Male Dress Clothing (Suits, Shirts, Pants, Ties, Shoes)

Community Engagement Coordinator

Lori Tanner

Please contact the Community Engagement Coordinator if you are interested in volunteering or making a donation. For general volunteer information, please visit the IDOC Volunteer page.

About Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility Treatment Unit:

The Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility Treatment Unit originally opened in October 1994 as the North Central Juvenile Correctional Facility.  The facility came into existence due to the Departments increasing juvenile male population. The facility began its existence after three vacant buildings of the Logansport State Hospital were identified to house the rising population. These buildings are known as Housing, Programming, and Administration. The facility houses male juveniles from the ages of 12 to 21 years of age and all risk levels.

On July 31, 2006, the North Central Juvenile Correctional Facility merged with the Logansport Juvenile Intake/Diagnostic Facility to form the current Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility. Although merging the treatment unit, formerly NCJCF and the intake unit, formerly LJIDF, these units continue to maintain their previous missions.

Logansport Juvenile Facility

Facility Physical Location

Logansport Juvenile Facility
1118 South State Road 25
Logansport, IN 46947

Phone | (574) 753-7571

Send Mail to an Incarcerated Individual

Offender Full Legal Name, DOC #
Logansport Juvenile Facility
1118 South State Road 25
Logansport, IN 46947

Reminder - Address both envelope and letter. All incoming and outgoing mail is opened, examined, and read by designated facility staff.

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