Our staff will not be in the office for their safety - please email all communication requests to aid@inmateaid.com. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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Save money on phone calls. Send magazines, photos, letters and much more.

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Discount Phone

Turn $15 calls into $3.15 by getting a phone number that triggers the lowest possible rate. Start saving $100s a month!

Letters & Photos

Inmates look forward to mail call. Easily send letters and photos from your computer or smart-phone.

Postcards &
Greeting Cards

Send a postcard with a selfie or picture directly to your loved one, all from your smartphone.

Magazine Subscriptions

Inmates can read and share magazines with other inmates, helping them to make friends.

Send Money

One of the simplest ways to help your loved one is to send money for their phone and commissary accounts.

Second Chance

We can help your inmate find employment post-release.

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Ask the Inmate

Subject: Sending Mail Inside

I don't want correspondence going through my local post office due to the small town and gossip. Can I still communicate with an inmate via other means?

YES, the InmateAid Letter Service sends YOUR actual postage mail and photos to the prisons and jails using OUR return address. It is super-easy to use, convenient and reliable since 2012. Robust packages start at only $8.00.

Subject: Relationship Issues

I sent a message to a friend that’s been locked up for awhile, she hasn’t responded and I don’t know if she even got my message, I’m not sure how to contact or reach out next?

All you can do is continue writing letters. Some inmates, especially newly incarcerated ones are affected by the harsh disconnection from society. They might be "in their feelings" and are not ready to communicate with people on the outside just yet.  If you are persistent, the letters will eventually make an impact and she will eventually respond.

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