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Yes, unless you are going to live in West Virginia, South Carolina and Mississippi. These states still enforce a lifetime ban on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, for people who commit drug-related felonies. Indiana had a lifetime ban but just changed its law to lift it, effective in 2020.Read more
Do you have an idea of the state or county they were charged? If federal we might be able to help. If this is a state charge, you have to find out where the have re-entry facilities in the area where he was charged. Usually, it is some sort of a Salvation Army facility.Read more
This depends on the inmate's area of interest. The top picks include fitness magazines (Men's Fitness, Shape, Muscle and Fitness), entertainment magazines (In Touch, OK Weekly, Enquirer, Star), comic book magazines (Superman, Batman, Scooby, X-Men, Marvel, Looney Tunes, MAD), puzzle magazines (Word Find, Crossword, Sudoku, Logic Problems, Daily Word) to name a few favorite topics. Please let us know if you are interested, we will send you a discount coupon to get started.Read more
The InmateAid Discount Phone service will reduce the cost from $1.85 to connect and $0.88 cents/minute to a flat rate of only $0.21/minute. This payment still goes to Securus but the difference in a 15-minute call is significant. Your number is $15.05, our number is $3.15, a savings of $11.90 per call. InmateAid stretches his call money 5 for one!Read more
Inmates have a form they fill out which can transfer money from their commissary account to someone on the outside. In federal prison, the form is called a BP-199.Read more
just email the new location and we will make the change for you at the publisher. your inmate will not miss an issue.Read more
Finding a job with a felony is going to be difficult, so he's going to have to prepare himself for the struggle. The mindset he has is going to be the most important element to success. He must have the attitude that he WILL find a job no matter how long it takes. Most ex-offenders give up and that leads to a path back to criminal thinking, committing a crime and then going back (becoming a recidivism statistic). WeRead more
Inmates do not have Internet access. However this is not 100% certain that they will not see this profile in the event that another inmate has a smuggled smartphone in there. This is an problem issue for the prison system but it does happen from time-to-time.Read more
We estimate that it takes 2-3 business days to make it to the jail. Once there, the staff opens and reads each piece of mail and inspects it for contraband. Any delay that occurs at the facility is out of our control. We make no guarantees as to how long it will take as there are thousands of facilities and none of them do things the same way.Please be patient, if the ID number and facility are correct we areRead more
Two DUIs is enough proof that his drinking is way beyond troubling. If a former inmate does ANYTHING after release, the sentence is harsher, the custody level heightened and the future bleaker. ANYTHING!! Its a total straight line or they are sent back - He will be on probation or supervised released which might include unscheduled breathalyzer and/or blood testing as the terms will surely prohibit drinking during this period. He has to be able to look in the mirrorRead more