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Casa Grande Transitional Center

3955 W. Russell Road
Las Vegas, NV 89118-2316
PHONE: (702) 486-9906

Administrative Staff:
Jo Gentry, Warden
Tanya Hill, Associate Warden
Harold Wickham, Associate Warden
Douglas Perry, ASO
Lt. James Scally, Manager


The Casa Grande Transitional Center has
been operating since December of 2005. The dormitory-style facility was
built to house non-violent, non-sex crime inmates who are within 18
months away from their parole eligibility date. The main purpose of Casa
Grande was, and still is, to allow these “residents” the opportunity to
seek work and secure permanent housing prior to reintegrating into
society. Since its inception, Casa Grande has expanded its programs to
include parolees, probation violators, and ex-offenders.


The Casa Grande Transitional Housing center is operated with 27 staff members:

  • (1) Correctional Manager (Custody Lieutenant)
  • (2) Senior Correctional Officer
  • (19) Correctional Officer
  • (1) Correctional Caseworker III
  • (2) Correctional Caseworker II
  • (1) Accountant Technician I
  • (1) Facility Supervisor III (Maintenance)
  • Capacity:

    CGTH is a 400 bed facility housing both male and female inmates.


    Visiting days and hours are:

  • Saturday (for Females) 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM
  • Sunday (for Males, last names A-M) 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM
  • Sunday (for Males, last names N-Z) 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM
  • Note: Visiting hours are subject to change.
  • Programs: Vocational Training, Educational Opportunities, and Treatment Services

    OPEN- An alternative to
    jail/prison which provides close supervision for probation violators
    while allowing them to continue to work in the community and/or complete
    additional court- mandated service.

    Drug Court- An alternative to
    jail/prison which provides close supervision of offenders while allowing
    them to participate in community treatment programs.

    Boot Camp Stepdown- An
    alternative to incarceration which provides a streamlined transition
    back into the community by providing assistance with obtaining housing,
    employment, vocational training, and social services.