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Old 01-12-2012, 02:19 PM
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Hi welcome to the CCWF Newbie Forum. Please come in and introduce yourself.

Also please use this thread for any general questions you may have that do not fit in any of the other Q&A threads! Please try to stay on topic & leave all chit chat in the monthly chat thread.


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hello, Im new to prisontalk; i have a question; my "wife" is in ccwf. We've filled out the domestic partnership papers but when I tried to get them notarized they said she has to be there, so I'm guessing I have to take am notary or something; how do I do this?
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My Sweetheart just recently got endorsed to go to Chowchilla , he is currently at a men's facility. Any info, of when it will be converted to a men's and what type of programs they will have? He is a level 2. I was looking at old info from 2000, saying that there was auto mechanics and air conditioning. Any info would be appreciated, thanks,. J.J.
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hello, Im new to prisontalk; i have a question; my "wife" is in ccwf. We've filled out the domestic partnership papers but when I tried to get them notarized they said she has to be there, so I'm guessing I have to take am notary or something; how do I do this?
Hello there. I would start by contacting the prison. Every time I have called they have been very helpful. Im sure there is a way to get the document notarized while inside. Good luck and let me know how you make out.


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My Sweetheart just recently got endorsed to go to Chowchilla , he is currently at a men's facility. Any info, of when it will be converted to a men's and what type of programs they will have? He is a level 2. I was looking at old info from 2000, saying that there was auto mechanics and air conditioning. Any info would be appreciated, thanks,. J.J.
Hello Joy Juego, there is a separate forum section here on PTO dedicated to VSPW - the facility he will be heading to.

I have seen paperwork showing a lot of the Vocational programs are being re-activated, including the two you just mentioned.

Everything in this state is "subject to change" however!

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Thanks, I needed that redirection.

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My daughter just told me she score too high on the education test. what does that mean? she knows she would have been get some time discounted if she had not score high- GED insentive is a few months off your time i suppose.
Also, I just printed form 839. I wish I knew how to get a score for her. She has not been in prison, she had some jail time. Need to figure out Q4 and Q5 - she is not part of a gang so what would be the score? no mental illness either. can someone help please? I am very concerned
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