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Subject: Survive prison
Unfortunately, there is nothing that someone from the outside can do to effectuate anything regarding the treatment of an inmate. The prison/jail staff is acting in the best interest of the inmate in keeping them safe by placing them in isolation for continual observation.
Subject: Survive prison
Sorry to report that there is always going be a cost of some kind. Even if you visit, the cost of travel and the money you might spend on the vending machines cost money. The calls cost money, the emails cost money, a handwritten letter costs at least a $0.55 cent stamp. It's a hard truth but someone is getting paid somewhere.
Subject: Survive prison
Both are a prison but in my opinion, the federal prisons are better because they have a bigger operating budget. The staff is well-paid and well-trained. The food is better with more choices. There are more vocational and educational opportunities. But, neither is better than freedom.
Subject: Survive prison
Calhoun Correctional Institution is a medium-security prison and is not considered a "camp". The prisons in the Florida Department of Corrections are no picnic. Medium security means restricted movement and it's a state prison which is not the best place to do your time.
Subject: Survive prison
Yes, you must relinquish your grillz, your hair extensions, toupees... anything not attached to your person must be removed before you are designated to a permanent housing location.
Subject: Survive prison
Probably not, inmates have a tendency to overstate their treatment to gain sympathy from the outside world in the pursuit of money being placed on their commissary. We encourage adding a little money to their books from time to time, but they need to be straight with you, too 
Subject: Survive prison
Prison sucks. Prison is reliving the same day over and over like the movie Groundhog Day. Prison is dismal and replete with boredom. You have to find a routine that can take you through the days without getting into a depressed state. The inmate motto is, "Do your time, don't let your time do you."
Subject: Survive prison
Yes, you can, and you have some good reasoning behind wanting to do so. We encourage you to write using our Letter Service, it keeps your personal address anonymous. If he wants to write you back, he can do so to our address and we scan the mail and place it in your Account Dashboard under "Letters from Inmates".
Subject: Survive prison
Inmates can and do get most anything smuggled in. Drugs and liquor are available inside and outside, therefore you have to stop worrying because if you cannot get him to stay sober on the outside, he will be spending a lot more time inside. The user has to want to quit, your "wanting it for them" is just complicating your life.