How to Reach Inmates at East Arkansas Regional Unit (Brickeys)

Connect With an Inmate How to Reach Inmates at East Arkansas Regional Unit (Brickeys)

How to Reach Inmates at East Arkansas Regional Unit (Brickeys)

The East Arkansas Regional Unit in Brickeys is sometimes called "Brickeys AR," "Brickeys Prison," or just "Brickeys." It houses all sorts of inmates, ranging from minimum to maximum security. If your friend or family member is incarcerated there — or in any US jail or prison — DoNotPay can help you get in touch with them.

In this article, you will get an introduction to Brickeys prison, get the contact details, and learn how to address a letter to an inmate at the East Arkansas Regional Unit. You’ll also learn how to use DoNotPay to contact an inmate quickly and easily, get tips on what things to say when writing to an inmate, and a few other ways you can use DoNotPay

About East Arkansas Regional Unit Brickeys

Brickeys can house up to 1,400 inmates. The facility offers many educational opportunities like adult basic education and GED coursework. A canine unit allows offenders to work with dogs, and that's a special privilege. Many inmates receive valuable substance abuse treatment during their stay.

East Arkansas Regional Unit Brickeys Contact Information

The table below shows general contact information for the East Arkansas Regional Unit in Brickeys.

Physical AddressEast Arkansas Regional Unit

Lee Road 602

Brickeys, AR 72320

General Phone(870) 295-4700
Inmate Mailing AddressInmate Name, ADC #

East Arkansas Regional Unit

PO Box 180

Brickeys, AR 72320-0180

How to Address a Letter to an Inmate at East Arkansas Regional Unit Brickeys

When you're writing a letter to an inmate, it's important to include their complete name and their ADC number. If you don't know the number, call the prison and ask. You can also use DoNotPay to help locate your inmate.

Also, include your complete name and mailing address on the envelope in the upper left-hand corner. This is vital. Staff will throw away your letter if there's not a full address.

Whether you're struggling to contact an inmate or would like to reach out to a prison pen pal, DoNotPay can help. The world's first robot lawyer has helped thousands of families connect with an inmate, and it can help you, too.

Using DoNotPay to Contact Inmates at Brickeys Prison

DoNotPay is always fast, easy, and reliable. Just follow these quick steps, and you'll be in contact with your inmate right away. 

  1. Locate the Connect With an Inmate service on DoNotPay.

     

  2. Choose whether you want to locate a loved one, create a virtual mailbox, or send a personalized letter.

     

  3. If you want us to find your loved one, provide their personal details and the state they are located in. We'll then conduct a search on the appropriate state database.

     

  4. If you want to create a virtual mailbox, provide your full name! We'll set one up for you so you can easily receive incoming mail from your loved one.

     

  5. If sending a personalized letter, tell us which facility your loved one is located in and what you would like to say to them. You can even include a photo! Your letter will be delivered automatically - just wait ten days for it to arrive to your loved one!

     

That's all you need to do. Now just wait for your response. Remember, DoNotPay is always the fastest and easiest way to reach an inmate, no matter which facility they're at.

Tips on How to Write to an Inmate

You might be intimated if this is your first time writing to an inmate. You might be scared, worried, and concerned for your friend. You might also be worried about how your family will get by outside without the financial support of your inmate. You are not alone.

You must keep your letter lighthearted. Prisoners tend to feel helpless and without control. Don't frustrate them further by discussing serious problems that will keep them worried.

Some talking points include:

  • Fun family gossip, like who is getting married or having a baby
  • Silly jokes, like "why the chicken crossed the road" funny
  • Sweet sentiments like love, friendship, and support
  • Planning a visit to Brickeys

Points to avoid are:

  • Politics
  • Hate speech
  • Anything that prison staff might find off-color or offensive
  • Specifics about their case
  • Anything that could relate to crimes or criminal behavior

Remember that AR Brickeys staff will read every letter you send and receive from your inmate. You never want to implicate your prisoner in any crime, and don't connect them with an inmate. Keep it light and loving.

There are more ways families of inmates can use DoNotPay. Let's check them out.

Other Ways DoNotPay Can Help Inmate Families

This can be a difficult time for families of inmates, we understand. Once you've used DoNotPay to send a letter to your inmate, spend some time on the app to see other helpful services.

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