How To Send Arizona Packages for Inmates

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How To Send Arizona Packages for Inmates Easily

In addition to writing letters to inmates, people are encouraged to send them packages that consist of different kinds of necessities and items that can help them feel more at home. There are numerous restrictions on allowed products for safety reasons, so make sure to always check with the facility what can be sent.

Rules for sending packages to federal and state prisons differ and each facility can have special requirements. Arizona correctional facilities are no exception.

The Ins and Outs of Sending Packages to Inmates in Arizona

The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry (ADCRR) is the right resource for finding out more about sending packages to Arizona correctional facilities.

The ADCRR has approved one vendor you can use to send packages to inmates—Securepak. Only prisoners participating in the Earned Incentive Program (EIP) can receive packages from their loved ones.

You may send a Securepak package if you are on the inmate’s visiting list. The items can’t be sent directly, they must be distributed by the approved vendor.

Make sure to check with the prison when and how often you may send packages. It normally takes ten days for a package to be delivered, but in some instances, it could take up to 21 days, depending on the facility.

How To Send Arizona Inmate Packages via Securepak

Once you confirm with the correctional facility that they accept packages and what items are allowed, you should make an order. This is what you’ll need to do:

  1. Go to Securepak's website
  2. Sign in to your account or create one if you don’t have it
  3. Fill out the text boxes with inmate’s information:
  1. Their ID number
  2. First name
  3. Middle name
  4. Last name

Once you are done, click on the Find button. You will then be able to browse the Securepak offer and find a suitable package for your incarcerated loved one.

Arizona Correctional Facilities You Can Send Securepak Packages To

If you decide to send a Securepak care package to an inmate in Arizona, you should know the address of the correctional facility they are located in. Always check with the correctional facility before and see if the inmate is eligible to receive a package. Take a look at the table below:

City and Correctional FacilityAddress


6911 N. BDI Blvd

Douglas, AZ 85607

United States


4374 East Butte Avenue

Florence, AZ 85132

United States


1305 E Butte Ave

Florence, AZ 85132

United States

Florence West

915 East Diversion Dam Road

Florence, AZ 85132

United States


4626 W English Dr

Golden Valley, AZ 86414

United States


26700 South Highway 85

Buckeye, AZ 85326

United States


12610 W. Silverbell Rd

Marana, AZ 85653

United States


2105 North Citrus Road

Goodyear, AZ 85395

United States


2500 E Van Buren St

Phoenix, AZ 85008

United States

Phoenix West

3402 West Cocopah

Phoenix, AZ 85009

United States


ASPC - Safford

896 S Cook Road

Safford, AZ 85546

United States


10000 South Wilmot

Tucson, AZ 85734

United States


2100 South Highway 87

Winslow, AZ 86047

United States


7125 East Cesar Chavez Blvd

San Luis, AZ 85349

United States

Central Arizona Correctional Facility (CACF)

1401 East Diversion Dam Road

Florence, AZ 85132

United States

Red Rock Correctional Center

1750 East Arica Road

Eloy, AZ 85131

United States

What Can You Send in a Prisoner Package?

In accordance with the strict rules that must be obeyed in correctional facilities, sending packages to inmates follows predetermined protocols. The jail staff will look for anything that might threaten the safety of prisoners and other people working in that institution.

Take a look at the list of allowed and banned items in the table below:

Items You Can Send to PrisonersItems You Can’t Send to Prisoners
  • Personal letters
  • Photos
  • Drawings
  • Postcards and greeting cards
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Paperback books
  • Cash
  • Perfumed letters
  • Drugs
  • Razors
  • Weapons
  • Cigarettes
  • Hardcover books
  • Pictures containing nudity or other explicit content

If your package contains any form of contraband, the jail staff can return, confiscate, or even destroy it if it is a safety threat. The prisoner may also be forbidden from receiving mail from you in the future, so it would be best not to meddle with such a process and compromise your loved ones’ rare moments of happiness.

DoNotPay Helps You Nurture Your Relationship With an Inmate

If you want to keep your bond with an inmate strong even though they are locked up, use DoNotPay’s Connect With an Inmate feature! We can help you update an incarcerated person on important happenings in the outside world and even find the precise address of the prison they are held in.

To access this category, open DoNotPay in your and choose any of the following options:

  • Locate Someone
  • Send a Personalized Letter
  • Virtual Mailbox

Keeping in touch with an inmate has never been easier, thanks to DoNotPay!

DoNotPay’s Locate Someone Feature

Maybe you want to visit inmates or write to them, but you are not sure what correctional facility and unit they are located in? Without the exact address, your letter or Securepak package won’t reach the prisoner.

We can help you locate an inmate in a matter of minutes by following these steps:

  1. Find the Locate Someone feature in our app
  2. Enter the prisoner’s first and last name
  3. Tell us which state the inmate is housed in

DoNotPay will provide you with the prisoner’s exact address immediately, so you can use that info to contact them without trouble.

DoNotPay Is Your Prison Mailman

Prisoners are looking forward to receiving mail from their loved ones. Their monotonous days turn into special occasions when they get messages from their friends and family.

Use DoNotPay to send letters to inmates by following these simple steps:

  1. Access the DoNotPay prison feature and select Send a Personalized Letter
  2. Enter the prisoner’s personal info (name, facility, ID number)
  3. Type your message to the inmate
  4. Attach photos to the letter if you wish

You can even pick a customized letter template to make the message more jolly and in the spirit of the season if a holiday is around the corner! We will print, address, and send the letter to your incarcerated loved one.

How To Receive Letters From Prisoners With DoNotPay

If you want to receive a letter from an inmate, you can create a virtual mailbox on DoNotPay in three easy steps:

  1. Find and select the Connect With an Inmate category
  2. Select Virtual Mailbox
  3. Click on the Create My Mailbox

It is a simple tool, and the process of receiving letters from inmates goes like this:

  1. The prisoner writes the letter
  2. They send it to a specific address
  3. DoNotPay receives the hard copy of the letter and makes a digital one
  4. We send the digital version to you

Being prison pen pals has never been easier with DoNotPay’s help!

Other Great Features DoNotPay Can Help You With

If you want to know more about sending inmate packages, DoNotPay can tell you all the rules and regulations you will need to follow.

In case you are looking for information for a specific state, take a look at our guides for sending packages to inmates in Ohio, Alabama, Florida, California, or Tennessee. With our help, you won’t have to worry about whether your package will reach the inmate.

DoNotPay can do so much more than help you deal with contacting an inmate. You can say goodbye to administrative issues in just a few clicks if you open DoNotPay in your and pick any of the following activities:

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