On April 4, 2022 the NJ DOC Program Visitations Will Resume

Visit Guidelines


Please note the NJ Department of Health (DOH) color-coded tiers of how RCRPs will conduct their visits in accordance with the weekly NJ Department of Health COVID19 Activity Level Report.




Visitation for NJ DOC Programs in Bridgeton and Newark has resumed.  Please note that the visiting schedule may be impacted by the NJ Department of Health's COVID-19 Weekly Activity Report which provides data on COVID-19 transmission risk by six regions.  This report can be viewed here: 

Department of Health | Communicable Disease Service | COVID-19 Weekly CALI and Variant Surveillance Reports (nj.gov)


  • The location of visits (indoor or outdoor) will be determined by the DOH Covid19 Activity Level Report.  

  • All visitations shall be no more than one (1) hour in duration.

  • All visitations shall be by appointment only and arranged by the resident the week prior to the visit.  

  • Scheduled outdoor visitations may be cancelled in accordance with standard procedure and/or because of inclement weather.  Visit cancellations will be communicated to the residents and via the Kintock website as far in advance as possible. 

  • All visitations shall be limited to two adult visitors and two children.

  • Social distancing and physical contact between the resident and visitor(s) will be determined permitted based on the NJ Department of Healt color-coded tiers.

  • All visitors over age 2 are required to wear face coverings (surgical mask or fabric mask) covering both their nose and mouth at all times while on the premises unless they present a doctor's note indicating there is a medical reason why they must be exempted. Failure to abide by this directive or present a valid doctor's note may result in the termination of the visit or denial of entry into the facility.

  • Procedures have been implemented by Kintock to ensure the cleaning and disinfecting of all hard surfaces before and after each visit session. Increased hand washing measures and sanitizing products will be made available to all visitors.

  • Temperatures will be taken of all visitors entering the facility. Individuals having a fever of l00.4°F or above or displaying and/or reporting other signs of COVID-19 illness are not permitted inside the facility. 

  • Visitors are to be screened for signs if COVID-19 illness prior to being permitted entry via a CDC questionnaire.

  • Facility staff will obtain a signed consent and waiver from each visitor at the time of the visit. A parent or guardian shall sign the form for each child under the age of 18.

  • All other standard visitation rules remain in effect.