Prisons That Need Your Books
Attn: Archie Brown
McPherson Correctional Facility
302 Warenhut Way
Newport Arkansas 72112
Florida State Prison
P.O. Box 181
Starke Florida 32091
New books must be sent in with an approved permit first! Please contact the prisoner you are sending to or the prison for more information.
Union Correctional Institute
P.O. Box 221
Raiford Florida 32083
Attn: Rebecca Johnson
Madison Correctional Inst.
P.O. Box 692
Madison Florida 32341
Hardee Correctional Institute
6901 S.R. 62
Bowling Green Florida 33834
This facility, requires that any book or magazine be sent through the U.S. Mail.. They do not accept books from U.P.S. or FED-EX Books only from Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble.
Hardee Correctional will return anything not sent by U.S. Mail, and inmates will not be notified.
Indiana Department of Corrections
Branchville Training Center
P.O. Box 500
Tell City Indiana 47586
The prisoners are allowed to receive new and used books, but no more than 10 at a time please.
Attn: Del Vande Krol, Protestant Chaplain
Iowa State Penitentiary
Ft. Madison Iowa 52627
Send books (no hard covers please) to the prison library at:
St. Martin Parish Correctional Center
P.O. Box 247
St. Martinville Louisiana USA 70582 – ATTN: WARDEN
They are requesting books in Spanish too please!
If you are sending books to a prisoner direct, they must be new and come from a store.
Attn: Sabrina Coleman
Caddo Correctional Ctr.-Mental Health
1101 Forum Dr.
Shreveport Louisiana 71107
New books, Used books, paperback
Especially: Law, Education, Fiction and Religious, basically anything readable.
Gus Harrison Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 1888
Adrian Michigan 49221-7888
New books must be sent directly from the publisher or an approved vendor. Please check with prisoner or prison.
Attn: Maria Visconti
H.A.S.T.A. Lopez-El DONATION
Macomb Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 480999
New Haven Michigan 48048
Please send all books (paperbacks and hard covers, fiction and non-fiction) to:
DCS Library Coordinator
Nebraska Department of Correctional Services/Adult Parole
2nd Floor – 1313 Farnam
Omaha, Nebraska 68102
I appreciate all the books we have received through this program, and want to thank the donors for their efforts.
Nevada State Prison
P.O. Box 1989
Ely, Nevada 89301
This facility requires all books, or magazine publications, to come from either the Publishers, or Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble. No direct mail of books or magazines.
Wyoming Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 501
Attica New York 14011-0501
Write prison or prisoner for details.
Fishkill Correctional Facility
P.O. Box 1245
Beacon, New York 12580
Prisoners are allowed to receive books and magazines. Write prison for details.
Attn: John Tipps, Librarian
8607 SE Flowermound Rd.
Lawton Oklahoma 73501
Attn: Mrs. Holman
Pendleton Oregon 97801
301 Morea Road
Frackville Pennsylvania 17932
NO MAGAZINES ARE ALLOWED TO BE MAILED IN BY AN INDIVIDUAL, except through the bookstore or subscription.
Magazines must be new and mailed in by the place you purchase them (magazine subscriptions make great gifts for prisoners). Books must be new and from the distributor, such as Amazon.com
McCormick Correctional Institution
Route 2, Box 100
McCormick, South Carolina 29835
Does NOT accept magazines mailed from a private citizen. Only accepts donations mailed directly from the publishers.
P.O. Box 9000
Seagoville Texas USA 75159-9000
Mail your paper back books and magazines in a paper envelope (NO BOXES ALLOWED) to this prison. They may be used or new, but have to be paperbacks and magazines only! New hardcover books need to come directly from the bookstore only.
The Estelle High Security Unit in Huntsville, Texas 77320 does allow books from your local book store,they must be new and mailed from the store and they maybe sent directly to the inmate, magazines can be sent the same way but it is easier to order a subscription from the publisher.
RT. 1 BOX 150
TENNESEE COLONY TEXAS 75884
allowed to have books and receive them, that is one of the largest institutions in Texas, is the largest over 4,000 men.
Julia Schneider, Senior Librarian
The Xena Society
Hanford California 93232
Need: mystery, romance, horror and self-help books (They collect books for prisoners)