About Hardin County Day Treatment
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Hardin County Day Treatment is called Elizabethtown, Kentucky. This facility was established in 1892. This facility houses up to 36 male inmates. The correctional facility calls Hardin County, Kentucky home.
These inmates are convicted for breaking one or more of Kentucky state laws. Most of the inmates that can be found in the Hardin County Day Treatment are serving out their time. However, there are a handful of these inmates who are waiting for their time in front of a judge.
If you're looking for an inmate who may or may not be sitting behind bars in Hardin County Day Treatment; one can find them on their website by searching their first and last name. You may also find an inmate if you know their offender ID.
Or if you do not have access to a smartphone, tablet, or computer, you are more than welcome to call the Hardin County Day Treatment with the inmate’s first and last name along with his or her date of birth.
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Sending a Mail/Care Package
A good way to stay in touch with an inmate in the Hardin County Day Treatment is to write them letters.
When writing letters please do not add in extra paper, stickers, stamps, or envelopes. These will be discarded before getting to the inmate.
The easiest way to deposit money into an inmate’s money account is to send a money order. When sending a money order please make sure you fill it out with the proper information such as the inmate’s first and last name.
When you cannot see an inmate, the next best thing is to have the inmate call you. These calls are done by the inmate calling collect.
Just like back in the day, these collect calls do cost you money. You will have to accept the call-in order for you to be able to talk to them. If you choose not to accept the call, you will not be able to talk to them, but you will also not be charged money either.
On a good day, the Hardin County Day Treatment will allow visitors. However, they will only allow visitors on designated days. During these days they will have what is called visitation time.
This is when visitors and inmates can visit one another in the presence of the visitation room with correctional officers.
These visits may be short in length due to the amount of people waiting to visit inmates as well.
Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.