Female Offender Programs and Services
Female Community Reentry Facility

The Female Community Reentry Facility (FCRF) opened on August 4, 2014.  It is a 300-bed, dormitory-style setting facility located in McFarland, California, in Kern County.  FCRF’s mission is to provide pre-release programs for female offenders who are within three years of release and demonstrate a willingness to maintain appropriate behavior to benefit from the offered programs.

The FCRF provides a variety of programming to include gender-responsive Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Family Relationships and Criminal Thinking, and the pre-release Transitions program.  Basic education including General Education Development is also offered, as is a Career Technical Education (CTE) class for Office Technology.  College courses are available through the Voluntary Education Program.  FCRF Female offenders can also participate in a supervised offender-operated hair salon.

See the attached brochure and visiting instructions for more information.  Inquiries regarding the FCRF should be addressed to the Captain Patrick Kehoe, FCRF, at (661) 792-1078, Extension 203.

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Female Offender Programs
and Services/Special Housing

P. O. Box 942883
Sacramento, CA 94283-0001
(916) 322-8055
(916) 323-2888 (Fax)

Physical address:
1515 S Street, Room 344 N
Sacramento, CA 95811