TDCJ Coffield (CO) Unit


Correctional Institutions Division – Prison

ACA Accredited Unit Since May 2009

Unit Full Name: H. H. Coffield Unit
Unit Address and Phone Number: 2661 FM 2054, Tennessee Colony, TX 75884
(903) 928-2211 (**006)
Unit Location: Five miles southwest of Tennessee Colony on FM 2054 in Anderson County
Senior Warden: John Rupert
Regional Director: Kelvin Scott, Region II
CI Division Deputy Director: Robert “Jay” Eason
Date Unit Established or On Line: June 1965
Total Employees *: 879
Security Employees *: 692
Non-Security Employees *: 131
Windham Education Employees *: 16
Contract Medical and Mental Health Employees *: Medical = 35; Mental Health = 5
Offender Gender: Male
Maximum Capacity*: Unit: 3,818
Trusty Camp: 321
Custody Levels Housed: G1-G5, Administrative Segregation, Outside Trusty
Approximate Acreage: 20,528 (Co-located with Gurney, Michael, Powledge, and Beto)
Agricultural Operations: Coffield, Beto, Gurney, Michael, and Powledge work in cooperation: Feedmill and Grain Storage, Farm Shop, Cow/Calf Operation, Poultry Laying Operation, Swine Farrowing/ Nursery/Finishing Operations, Pork Processing Plant, Security Horses, Security Pack Canines, Edible and Field Crops, and Unit Garden.
Manufacturing and Logistics Op.: Metal Fabrication Plant
Facility Operations: Unit Maintenance
Additional Operations: None
Medical Capabilities: Ambulatory medical, dental, and mental health services. Medical care available 24 hours, seven days a week. Telemedicine, Digital Medical Services (DMS), chronic care clinic, and CPAP accommodating housing available. Managed by UTMB.
Educational Programs: Literacy (Adult Basic Education/GED), Special Education, CHANGES/Pre-Release, English as a Second Language, Cognitive Intervention
Career and Technology Programs: Construction Carpentry; Business Computers; Automotive Mechanics; Cabinet Making (all provided as non-credit courses by a college)
Trinity Valley Community College Vocational: Data Processing; Drafting; Horticulture; Welding
Additional Programs/Services: Faith Based Dormitory, Adult Education Program (upon availability), Peer Education, Reentry Planning, Chaplaincy Services, GO KIDS Initiative
Community Work Projects: Services provided to city and county agencies.
Volunteer Initiatives:

Substance Abuse Education, Life Skills, Parent Training, Support Groups, Religious/Faith Based Studies and Activities