Ulster Correctional Facility is a medium security level facility for males.
Every facility has a variety of programs to help incarcerated individuals, which can include:
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs
- Anger Management Programs
- Educational/Vocational Programs
- Family Development Programs
- Guidance and Counseling Services
- Library and Law Library Services
- Recreational Programs
- Religious Services
- Sex Offender Treatment Programs
- Temporary Release Programs
- Trauma Programs
- Transitional Services Programs
- Veterans Services
- Volunteer Services and Programs
Visitation information effective 7/26/22
Visiting Days: Weekends and Holidays
Visiting Hours: 8:30AM to 2:30PM (Latest arrival time 2:00PM)
Special Housing Unit Visiting Days & Hours: Incarcerated individuals in SHU custody are allowed one non-legal visit within a seven-day period during normal visitation hours. Each week begins on a Monday and ends on a Sunday.
Visitation Schedule: Incarcerated individuals with a DIN ending with an odd number will be allowed visits on the odd date of each weekend. Incarcerated individuals with a DIN ending with an even number will be allowed visits on the even date of each weekend. In instances where the 31st and 1st fall on the same weekend, the 1st will be considered an even date. The odd/even schedule does not apply to Cadre/SLP status incarcerated individuals and is waived on holidays for all others. See attached schedule.
2022 Visitation Schedule (revised 7/25/22)
Maximum Number of Visits per Day: One (1) visit per day
Maximum Number of Visitors per Visit: Three (3) visitors and one (1) child under the age of five (5) will be allowed to visit. The child must sit on an adult’s lap.
Visiting Room Overcrowding Policy: In the event that space considerations require termination of visits, the following procedure will be followed:
1) Request voluntary termination from any visitor first.
2) If no volunteers, those visitors who arrived first will be asked to leave.
For additional visitation information, please visit the DOCCS Visitors Page