Correction is of the five pillars of the Criminal Justice System; thus, Provincial Jails is included in the correction pillars. The main purpose of the study is to determine the Living Spacers’ ways of coping with psychological and physical well-being in Provincial Jail, Agusan del Norte. The study used a descriptive correlational research design. The respondents of the study were the inmates of Provincial Jail, Agusan del Norte. There were 210 inmates incarcerated in provincial jail, who was convicted of different crimes as respondents. The researcher concludes that living spacers are valuable even if they committed a crime, we must still respect them like humans being psychologically or physically well-being. They deserved to be care, feed, and respect for what they are. Incarceration represents a form of traumatic experience severe enough to produce posttraumatic stress reactions (Rokach, 2019), and prisoners need to cope with several stressful situations in prison. Coping can be seen as efforts to master, reduce, or tolerate the demands of stress on an individual’s life. Provincial Jail - should continue coordinating with other agencies like the Department of Social Welfare and Development, Provincial Government, to provide services that will uplift the inmates and help them improve their services/programs.