La Vista Correctional Facility (LVCF) was opened in July 2006, providing the Colorado Department of Corrections with a new multi-custody Level III facility for female inmates. In July 2020, legislation was passed reducing the bed capacity from 707 to 560 leaving 3 living units with a capacity of 78 beds, 2 living units with a capacity of 80 beds, and Unit 1 and Unit 4 Therapeutic Community consisting of 76 beds each. LVCF also has 14 general population beds in the Intake Diagnostic Orientation (IDO) unit and a 15 bed classification review unit. The facility has a mixed classification of female inmates ranging from minimum to close custody. Services provided by housing assignment include a Therapeutic Community, Re-entry services and an Incentive unit.
Warden Tom Werlich
PO BOX 3
Pueblo, CO. 81002
- Visiting Days and Hours
Schedule and availability for In-Person visits are subject to current pandemic status and strictly by appointment only. Please email doc_lvcf_visiting@state.
co.us with the name and DOC number of the offender you would like to visit. We will respond with the current status and available time frames for approved visitors. Normal schedule is Fri, Sat, Sun with AM and PM sessions.
Video Visits are currently available through Global Tel Link (GTL). LVCF inmates can video visit seven days a week during these times, 0800 hours to 1000 hours / 1300 hours to 1500 hours.
- Visiting Appointments
All visits are strictly by appointment only.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
*Names of approved visitors that want to visit
*Name and DOC number of person you are requesting to visit
We will respond back with current availability.
Appointments may be made two weeks in advance and the schedule will be finalized at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday prior to the visiting weekend. Visits will be confirmed by email.
- Where/How to submit visiting applications
Visiting Applications can be found HERE
Visiting Application may be mailed or emailed to:
La Vista Correctional Facility
Attention: Visiting Department
P.O. Box 3
Pueblo, CO 81003
Applications may also be sent by email: email@example.com
Visiting phone: (719) 583-5914
- Who to contact if visiting has been denied
If a requested individual is denied visiting in the normal process, such decisions may be appealed to the administrative head.
Requests for appeal can be mailed to LVCF Visiting Office, P.O. Box 3, Pueblo, CO, 81002