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Since there are different rules, laws and regulation regarding Private, County, State, Federal, and other Institutions.  We do not do any formal business directly with any Inmates/Prisoners.  However, they have the legal right to go to their respective Law Libraries and use their identification to get a GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY form Notarized to authorize a Family Member or Friend who is NOT incarcerated to legally function with banks, credit card companies, etc. on their behalf.  However, we encourage legal and positive prisoner transformation.  And educating, planning and preparing for release, or to do charitable work to help others to help themselves is a practical and progressive goal for those Inmates/Prisoners who are business minded and conscious of giving back in a positive way to the planet they live on.

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CAN AN INMATE GIVE POWER OF ATTORNEY?


Can an inmate give power of attorney?

Any competent adult can make a power of attorney, even a jail inmate. A power of attorney is a legal document by which a person gives someone else authority to make decisions on his behalf. ... To do this, you'll need to meet the legal requirements for creating a power of attorney.Jun 16, 2017

How to Get a Power of Attorney From a Jail Inmate | Legalbeagle.com

https://legalbeagle.com/12294952-power-attorney-jail-inmate.html

WHAT IS A DURABLE FINANCIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY?

The durable financial power of attorney is simply a way to allow someone else to manage your finances in the event that you become incapacitated and are unable to make those decisions yourself. ... More precisely, it grants someone legal authority to act on your behalf for financial issues.

Durable Financial Power of Attorney - FindLaw

https://estate.findlaw.com/planning-an-estate/durable-financial-power-of-attorney.html

WHAT POWER DOES POWER OF ATTORNEY GIVE YOU?

What power does power of attorney give you?

A power of attorney (POA) is a document that allows you to appoint a person or organization to manage your affairs if you become unable to do so. However, all POAs are not created equal.{C} Each type gives your attorney-in-fact (the person who will be making decisions on your behalf) a different level of control.

What is a Power of Attorney (POA)? | legalzoom.com

https://www.legalzoom.com/articles/what-is-a-power-of-attorney

TYPES OF POWER OF ATTORNEY

Types

Durable Power of Attorney – Using this form, a person may plan to have a friend or relative available to make financial decisions on his or her behalf. This form can go into effect upon a person’s incapacity and it will remain in effect thereafter.

General Power of Attorney – Using this form a person may appoint a friend or relative to handle his or her financial affairs, however, unlike the durable type, it becomes void if the person creating the document becomes incapacitated.

Limited Power of Attorney – Using his form, a person who needs someone for a short-term or limited assignment, can appoint someone to stand in their place, just for that one assignment.

Health Care Power of Attorney – Using this form a person can appoint another to work with their health care providers to make medical decisions on their behalf in the event they are unable to do so.

Minor Child Power of Attorney – Using this form, a person can convey authority to another to be the temporary caretaker of their minor child(ren) and make decisions on the children’s behalf.

Revocation of Power of Attorney – Using this form, you can revoke a power of attorney that you may have signed in the past.

Tax Power of Attorney Form – Using this you can appoint another, usually a tax professional, to handle tax filings and other matters in front of the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

Vehicle Power of Attorney – Using this form, a person can appoint another to handle matters with the Department of Transportation in Pennsylvania as it relates to titling and registering vehicles.

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5 Rewarding Types of Rehabilitation for Inmates


Providing rehabilitation for inmates offers countless benefits to the individual inmate as well as the community that inmate will re-enter upon his or her release.

The options for rehabilitation for inmates vary by facility, offense, and sentence length. Just like the cause of incarceration varies by inmate, the type of rehabilitation an inmate might respond to can also vary.

(Note: To learn about your loved one’s rehabilitation options, please contact their correctional facility directly and request more information.)

Some inmates may benefit from multiple kinds of rehabilitation. We put together a list of five of the most rewarding types of rehabilitation for inmates below.


1. Education Rehabilitation for Inmates

It has been proven time and time again that education programs in prison help to give inmates a second chance. In fact, inmates who participated in educational programs were 43% less likely to commit a crime and return to incarceration within three years than those who did not.

The statistics proving the value behind providing education programs in prison have helped change the landscape of educational offerings for inmates.

Positive outcomes for inmates who leave prison more educated than when they entered filter down into the community.

The extended family benefits, the local economy benefits when the ex-offender returns to work, and the taxpayers benefit when less people are incarcerated.

This, among other data, prompted President Obama to institute The Second Chance Pell Pilot which will open up the opportunity for about 12,000 inmates to apply for Pell grants for the first time in nearly 24 years.

Oftentimes these inmate education programs cover functional skills (above and beyond traditional academic programs).

For example, inmates who haven’t had access to a computer or the internet in many years are at a disadvantage when attempting to return to the workforce. Computer training programs have become a crucial piece of re-entry educational programs.

Education programs in prison are helping give the power of knowledge to inmates. With this power, overcoming the past and enjoying a better quality of life are two very achievable goals.


2. Employment Rehabilitation for Inmates

Inmates who have the opportunity to engage in prison work programs while incarcerated have an easier time getting work once they are released.

The inability to find and maintain work is a main factor in recidivism across the nation. When former inmates re-enter society without marketable skills, a domino effect occurs that often times leads to new offenses.

Breaking the cycle relies on becoming a productive member of society through gainful employment. Being able to support oneself is beneficial financially and mentally.

For a person newly re-entering society, the self-esteem and fulfillment that can come from working hard plays a big role in lessening criminal behavior.

During prison, many inmates are given an opportunity to participate in work programs. These programs offer a consistent way to prepare for work in society. Punctuality, responsibility, deadlines, accountability and other skills are learned through taking part.

The benefits of prison work programs go much deeper than just job training.


3. Counseling Rehabilitation for Inmates

Prison Counselors play a significant role in rehabilitation for inmates. These criminal justice and mental health professionals provide guidance to inmates throughout the duration of their sentence.

The support a Prison Counselor provides will range by inmate. Most counselors can offer hands on counseling covering the following topics:

vocational

academic

social

personal

The goal is to provide rehabilitation for inmates that will help them consider new skills and new insight into their goals and motivations.

Additionally, inmates can seek counseling on issues like depression, stress or substance abuse. Sometimes this may come in a group form, or one on one.

In addition to the support provided by the staff, counseling for inmates can be obtained through many non-profit organizations.

For example, The Lionheart Foundation program offers prison inmates “encouragement and the necessary support to take stock of the life experiences that have propelled them into criminal activity, take responsibility for their criminal behavior, change lifelong patterns of violence and addiction, and build productive lives.”

This organization trains counselors, chaplains, volunteers and others to visit prisons and provide counseling services. Their work extends into youth prisons and the community as well.

Taking advantage of the counseling offered during prison is a positive step towards rehabilitation.


4. Wellness Rehabilitation for Inmates

Physical and mental wellness bring clarity and purpose to many inmates during their sentence.

Depending on the offerings in an individual facility, an inmate may be able to participate in programs like yoga, tai chi, or meditation. Practicing these kinds of mental and physical exercises are proven to provide long term benefits including stress/anger management among others.

Positivity can be a difficult trait to maintain during a prison sentence, but some prisons are offering programs to help bring a positive light into an inmate’s life. Programs like dog training, culinary classes, gardening and more offer inmates opportunities to practice fulfilling skills that make a measurable difference.

Making good nutrition choices with meals in prison can also be difficult. But with effort, a healthy diet can also be maintained.


5. Community Rehabilitation for Inmates

Rehabilitation for inmates continues throughout an inmate’s life, even after they have left the system. Re-entering society and taking steps to join the community is a necessary piece of the rehabilitation process.

Adjusting to life after prison successfully has many variables. Having a support system within the community helps an ex-offender stay an ex-offender.

Getting involved in the community creates accountability in the form of communal obligations. Feeling a sense of belonging is invaluable, whether it be through:

church

volunteering

social groups

or another form.

The newly built support system relies on the ex-offender as he/she relies on it. This leads to more positive interactions and less opportunity for criminal behavior.

Additionally, the relationships built within these community groups can lead to job opportunities—a crucial step for reentry to society and elimination of recidivism.  

https://web.connectnetwork.com/rehabilitation-for-inmates/

POSITIVE PRISONERS PERFORM AND TRANSFORM FOR GOOD

NO ECONOMIC FOUNDATION MAY RESULT IN RECIDIVISM 

PRISON WEBSITES AND INMATE HANDBOOKS USUALLY EXPLAIN THE RULES FOR INDIVIDUAL INSTITUTIONS.

INMATE BUSINESS WOMEN & MEN

YOU CAN NOT HELP SOMEONE UNLESS YOU ARE ABLE TO HELP YOURSELF.


THERE ARE GIFTED MEN AND WOMEN EVERYWHERE, EVEN IN PRISON

WHETHER AN INMATE IS ACTUALLY, FACTUALLY INNOCENT OR PLEAD GUILTY.  HE OR SHE CAN USE TIME INSTEAD OF JUST DOING TIME.  WHY WASTE TIME WITH NEGATIVE THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS WHEN POSITIVE THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS HAVE BETTER INNER AND OUTER RESULTS.  

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Online Privacy Policy (Revised 09/2018)

We respect and value your privacy. Our Online Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy”) describes and applies to the information we collect from you when you visit our online interfaces (e.g. website or mobile application) owned or controlled by us (“the Site”). The terms “we,” “our,” and “us” in this Privacy Policy refer to Family Business Credit, Inc. and/or its affiliates, divisions, or subsidiaries. Our Privacy Policy generally describes how we collect, share, use, and protect your information. If you are a customer who has opened an account or obtained a financial product or service from us for personal, family, or household purposes, our Privacy Notice may apply to you as well and further explains how we may use your information.

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1. Information That We Collect

When you visit our Site, we receive and collect certain information about you. The information that we receive and collect depends in part on what you do when you visit our Site. You may be able to improve your experience on our Site when you tell us who you are – for example, by signing up for e-mail or newsletters, applying for products or services, conducting transactions online, making inquiries, or requesting further information about a product or service.

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We may use this information for a number of purposes, for example, to better service your requests and/or inquiries, monitor Site usage and/or performance, improve the customer experience of our Site, ensure technological compatibility with your computer or other electronic or mobile device (collectively “Computer”), protect against fraud or identity theft, protect against or investigate suspected online criminal activity, or conduct aggregate analyses on usage patterns.

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We currently do not process or comply with any web browser's "do not track" signal or other similar mechanism that indicates a request to disable online tracking of individual users who visit our websites or use our services.

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Additional Information on Online Behavioral Advertising

We and other third parties may collect personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across different web sites when you use our Site. Some of the advertisements that click-through to our Site and/or may be on our Site contain cookies that allow for the monitoring of your response to these advertisements (sometimes referred to as interest-based advertisements). Our advertisements may also appear on other websites that use the same advertising service providers as us. These advertising service providers may use your browsing history across websites to choose which advertisements to display to you.

If you do not wish to have us and/or our third party advertising service providers know which advertisements and subsequent websites you have viewed, you may opt-out at AboutAds (established by the Digital Advertising Alliance). The Digital Advertising Alliance website contains important information on cookies, behavioral advertising, and what opting out will and will not do and choices you can make regarding interest-based advertisements.

Please note: opting out of behavioral advertising will not stop you from receiving advertisements. You will still see the same number of advertisements as before, but they may not be as relevant to you. If you use other Computers or browsers and want to opt out of interest based advertisements, you will need to repeat this process for each Computer or browser. If you delete your Cookies and want to continue to be opted out of interest based advertisements you will have to repeat this opt-out process.

Some Reasons for Use

We may use these technologies on our Site to verify your identity, remember personal settings including your preferences, to offer you additional options or enhance your online experience, and to improve our products and services. We may also use them for marketing site personalization, and tracking of online applications and programs and/or track the effectiveness of advertisements for our products and services that we may place on our Site or other linked and/or partner websites. Cookies used for tracking advertising effectiveness do not collect personally identifiable information. In order to better serve you, some of these technologies allow us the ability to view your past interactions with our Sites and/or online banking environment for customer service, troubleshooting, risk analysis and fraud detection, as well as other related purposes.

2. Information You Choose to Submit

For most of the browsing on our Site, we neither require nor collect personally identifiable information. You can browse our Site and take as much time as you want to review our services without having to submit such information.

3. E-Mail and Electronic Communications

Forms of communication such as, e-mail, text messaging, submission via social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, or YouTube), online chat, Channel feedback, App Stores, (Google Play, App Store) or other forms of electronic communication are inherently insecure. Please refrain from submitting sensitive personal information (such as account number or social security number) via e-mail or similar method of communication.

When you send an e-mail or other electronic communication to us, you are communicating with us electronically and consent to receive reply communications from us or our providers electronically. We may retain the content of the e-mail, electronic communication, your e-mail address, unique identifier (such as Facebook or Twitter user name), and our response in order to better service your needs or for audit, legal, regulatory or other business-related reasons.

4. Social Media

You may also find additional information on our products and services through our social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, or YouTube and App Stores. Please keep in mind that any information you share is visible to all participants on these social media sites and you should never post any sensitive personal information (such as account number or social security number). Please carefully review the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy on these social media sites as they may be different than our own policies.

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We may allow certain widgets (e.g., social share buttons) on our Sites that enable users to easily share information on another platform, such as a social media platform. The third parties that own these widgets may have access to information about your browsing on pages of our Sites where these widgets are placed. You may wish to review information at the third party site, such as social media platforms where you have an account, to determine how these third parties collect and treat such information.

5. Personal Information on Children

We respect the privacy of your children and encourage all parents to supervise their children’s Computer usage. We do not knowingly collect or retain personal information from children under the age of thirteen. We advise all visitors to our Site under the age of 13 not to disclose or provide any personally identifiable information on our Site. To learn more about the Children’s Online Privacy Protect Act (COPPA) please visit the Federal Trade Commission's website.

6. Third Party Websites

Our Site may contain information from third party sites contained within our website or through a link to third party websites or applications. These links, pointers, and information from third party websites or applications are not part of our Site. Neither Family Business Credit, Inc. nor its affiliates, divisions, subsidiaries or parent company make any representations or warranties regarding these third party websites. We are not responsible for any losses or damages in connection with the information, security, privacy practices, availability, content or accuracy of materials of such third party websites or applications. These third party websites or applications might have Terms of Use or Privacy Policies different from us and third party websites may provide less privacy and/or security than our Site. We encourage you to review the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy of all third party websites before you share any personally identifiable information with them.

7. Additional Uses or Sharing of Your Information

Unless you are a customer and have opted-out of receiving marketing offers based on your eligibility information (see our Customer Privacy Notice), we may use information about your relationship with us, such as what types of accounts you have, transaction and experience information, and the state/region in which you bank to tailor advertisements to you, offer you additional products and services, or enhance your online experience.

In addition to those methods discussed in this Privacy Policy, we may use and share your information, including personally identifiable information, without limitation, in the following manner:

In response to judicial or other governmental subpoenas, warrants and court orders served on us in accordance with their terms, or as otherwise required by applicable law;

To comply with legal, regulatory or administrative requirements of governmental authorities;

To protect our rights or property, protect our legitimate business interests, to enforce the provisions of our terms or policies, in cases of customer fraud/disputes, and/or to prevent harm to you or others;

To protect or defend us, our subsidiaries, affiliates, or parent company and any of their officers, directors, employees, agents, contractors and partners, in connection with any legal action, claim or dispute;

To allow you to participate in surveys, contests and similar promotions and to administer these activities. Some of these activities have additional rules, which could contain additional information about how we use and disclose personally identifiable information.

As disclosed in other applicable policies, terms of use, or other agreements; or

As permitted or required by law or as authorized by you.

8. Online Security

We maintain security standards that are designed to protect your information as it is transmitted from your Computer to our network. 

9. How to Protect Your Personally Identifiable Information

You have a role in helping us by safeguarding your information from others. You have several options when deciding how you can best protect your personally identifiable information. One option is simply not to volunteer it. The Federal Trade Commission’s websites(www.ftc.gov, www.ftc.gov/idtheft, www.business.ftc.gov, and www.onguardonline.gov) offer useful information about how to protect your personally identifiable information.

10. Suspicious E-Mail

We will never e-mail you or send you electronic communications to request sensitive personal information or account information over the Internet or by any other means. 

11. Mobile Applications

This Notice applies to any personally identifiable information or other information that we may collect through our Applications. When you interact with us through these Applications, we may collect information, such as unique device identifiers, your screen resolution, other device settings, information about your location, contacts, camera (including camera roll), and storage, and analytical information about how to use your mobile device. We may ask your permission before collecting certain information through the Applications.

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If you reside outside the U.S., any information you provide to us on our Site will be transferred out of your country and into the U.S. If you do not want your personally identifiable information to leave your country, do not provide the information to us. By providing personally identifiable information to us, you explicitly consent to the transfer of your information to the U.S.

13. Changes to our Privacy Policy

Please note that we will periodically make changes to our Privacy Policy. It is your responsibility to review this Privacy Policy frequently and remain informed about any changes to it, so we encourage you to visit this page often. Your continued use of our Site constitutes your acceptance of any amendments to and the most recent versions of this Privacy Policy.

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This Privacy Policy was last updated: September 2018