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Keeping People Safe  

During this unprecedented time, CoreCivic’s top priority is the health and safety of those entrusted to our care, our employees and our communities. We began developing our comprehensive COVID-19 plan in January, and our dedicated team of 1,200 medical professionals is working alongside every member of our staff to implement the plan in our facilities. Our plan and practices in addressing COVID-19 build on the extensive work we do every day to run clean, healthy and safe facilities. We’re also closely coordinating with our government partners and local, state and federal health agencies to share information and strengthen our collective response.

We believe this extraordinary time in the history of our country is a moment when the public and private sectors need to work together to solve the most urgent problems we face. For example, we recently announced a partnership to provide local health officials in Minnesota needed space to manage their care efforts around the virus, at no financial benefit to our company. As we all continue to fight the spread of this pandemic, we see our role as supporting our government partners and the communities we serve in any way we can.

Click here to learn about our efforts to keep people safe amid COVID-19:

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Employee Safety

At CoreCivic, our employees are the heart of our company and we take their safety seriously. We know that looking after the wellbeing of our team members enables them to be their best for those in our care. Read how our employees are working to prevent COVID-19.

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CoreCivic Offers MN Facility for COVID-19 Treatment

Facility to be used as critical care unit for COVID-19 patients in Minnesota at no financial benefit to CoreCivic.

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Visitation Changes Due to Coronavirus

Many of our Government Partners have modified facility visitation policies in light of coronavirus. Learn how these changes may have impacted visitation at your loved one's location:

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Resources for Families

We understand that you may have additional questions or concerns regarding coronavirus. We have compiled a list of resources to assist you.

Frequently Asked Questions

CDC: Coronavirus Updates

FEMA: Coronavirus Fact vs. Myth

CoreCivic Public Statement on COVID-19


CoreCivic Government Partner Resources


Bureau of Prisons

Immigration and Customs Enforcement









New Mexico





Davidson County, Tennessee

Hamilton County, Tennessee

Marion County, Indiana


CoreCivic Operations Concern Center
Phone: 1-877-834-1550