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The halfway houses that are supporting released state and county inmates are not necessarily designated for "sex offenders". Most cases the sex offenders are given some anonymity so as to not draw the ire and become a target of other ex-inmates. There will be the registration process that they will have to submit to... Call the Clerk of the Court for more specific details and information.Read more
The halfway house is not operated like the prison system. There is no inmate "banking". Inmates are required to get a job and pay the halfway house a percentage of their gross income. If you want to get money to the inmate, you will need to send a money order to them or deposit money in their traditional bank account.Read more
It depends on how long his incarceration was. If he was in prison over five years, generally they will have 6 months of halfway house. For shorter sentences, the halfway house stay is less, too. It is all about how long the staff feels it will take to ready an inmate for society. Ask YOUR inmate, they absolutely were told how long it would be.Read more
what is his name, we will check on his whereabouts? once in the halfway house, they have a lot more freedom to call and communicate. they are encouraged to get a job and get re-entered into society. let us know and we will help you.Read more
We can answer specific questions about the halfway house or can give a general overview. What are your concerns? Are you trying to get a feel for what he'll go through when there?Read more