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They normally do not charge for a hospital visit or stay. Normally do not charge for medicine. What they do charge for is a visit to see the doctor when they come to the facility. It is not a large amount, nominal, like $3.00 -5.00).Read more
State prison is for all persons prosecuted and convicted by the District Attorney of a particular county within a state. These charges can range from simple theft to rape and murder. Therefore, there is a wide range of inmates in state prisons. They are assigned housing based on the crime, length of sentence, and previous criminal history. State time has hardships that fed time doesn't because of budget differences. For instance, Florida and Texas prisons do not have air conditioning.Read more
InmateAid has been doing this at a high level of consistency since 2012. The letters are printed by an automated machine process as delivered by software that the user initiates when buying a Letter Package. Each credit is good for a US Postal mail piece sent to the prison or jail where your inmate is incarcerated. There is no confirmation from the US Post Office, but their track record is pretty good too. If the letter comes back for anyRead more
We are sorry to hear the news of your son's sentence. There is going to be an orientation period of a week or so. Once that is completed, he will be allowed to make phone calls (you cannot call him) through GTL-Connect Network. If you are in South Carolina, we might be able to save you a decent amount with an out-of-state number (that forwards to your current number). You can write him and send him reading material that he'sRead more
The inmate has to initiate the call. They do not allow incoming calls for inmates.Read more
You probably should not send books in advance of the inmate's arrival. Magazines are the same thing, but since they both have a lag time in their delivery you could "time it" if you know the reporting date and order them a month ahead.Read more
The letters are printed by an automated machine process as delivered by software that the user initiates when buying a Letter or Photo Package. Each credit is good for a US Postal mail piece sent to the prison or jail where your inmate is incarcerated. There is no confirmation from the US Post Office, but their track record is pretty good. If the letter comes back for any reason (InmateAid's return address) we find out why and resend it atRead more
purchase the two smallest packages to start. if they are going to be in there for a minute, you can always get the bigger package later on. thanks for writing in!Read more
Yes, that is the baseline rule for every visiting approval - people with a felony record are immediately removed from consideration. BUT, that is not always the end of the road. You can (and definitely should) write a nice, humble letter to the warder and "appeal your case". Don't dwell on your former charge or when it was, but more importantly how you have a plan to help the inmate to not re-offend. To help them become a good citizenRead more
This sounds like a logistical nightmare ahead, knowing the bureaucratic layers you're going to have to go through. Whether it's federal or state, you're going to have to start with the Unit Secretary and begin the hunt for who are the decision-makers for releasing all of the medical records. The commissary list should be easier to access since all systems have inventory software and details of every transaction made at the facility, the unit secretary would be able to guideRead more