Fitting in to society is almost always difficult for inmates immediately following their release from prison. Not having some something like regular clothes can add to those challenges. And now officials at the Neuse Correctional Institution in Goldsboro are asking for your help. Prison superintendent John Crawford says they try to hand out pants, shirts, and suits, anything so an inmate doesn't have to leave in the green prison clothes they are assigned at check-in. But Crawford says the facility's supply of regular clothing has dropped so low that some inmates have been released in prison clothes. If you have new or gently used men's clothing you would like to donate you can drop them off at the administration building of Neuse Correctional Institution on Stevens Mill Road in Goldsboro.
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