Oneida Correctional Facility
Oneida Correctional Facility is a medium-security prison located in Rome, NY with a population of approximately 1,200 male prisoners. The facility has many educational, vocational and treatment programs, including an Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Program and a Sex Offender Program. The prison also produces food for all other New York State prisons in its Food Production Center and distributes medication to most state prisons through the Central Pharmacy. The Correctional Association visited Oneida on March 14th and 15th, 2007.
Correctional Assn. of NY Testifies at NY Assembly Hearing on Prison Health; Urges Health Department oversight, end to delays in treatment, and increase in resources for better care
(October 31, 2017, New York, NY) The Correctional Association of New York (CA) yesterday was one of more than fifteen organizations and agencies testifying at a New York State Assembly Joint Health and Correction’s public hearing on prison healthcare. Through our statutory authority granted in 1846, the CA monitors New York prisons and reports to [...]Read More
ALBANY — New York’s complex of 54 state prison facilities is struggling to fill vacant jobs for nurses, doctors and other health care providers. Filling those vacancies and dealing with an aging prison population at facilities across the state have become among the tallest challenges for the $3 billion correctional system, top administrators concede. In [...]Read More
Prison Monitoring Reports
The Correctional Association of NY released a report on March 31, 2016 about Collins Correctional Facility, highlighting the large number of people with mental illness incarcerated at Collins and the lack of support and programs for these and other people incarcerated at the prison. Collins Correctional Facility is a medium security prison in western New [...]Read More