Norfolk City Jail - Virginia County Jails

Level sends educational material to people incarcerated at Norfolk City Jail. Level provides content including entrepreneurship training, job training and personal development material. Often, Level can serve people in maximum security or solitary confinement.

Address for educational material

Norfolk City Jail
811 E City Hall Ave
Norfolk, VA 23510-2711

Thank you for everything you do for me and all of us Level is changing my life one lesson at a time. I want to uplift others and help them get on the right path just how Level is doing to me.

- Felix

You guys are a window to those of us that want to change and really see ourselves as businessmen. This guide has eye-opening info for start-ups. I want to participate in any and all your team has to offer. I am very much into business and innovation. Please involve me in your future activities.

- Jerson

I'm in a single man cell 24 hours a day, seven days a week - indefinite solitary confinement until I go home. Currently I'm Florida's one, only and worst super-max prison in the state. They provide us zero educational assistance. But through Level and its guides, I've begun a journey of meeting educational goals.

- Jason

I learned a lot more from this guide than from a business college book because this guide kept it simple and touched every point that you need to know about starting your own business. I wish I would have known about this course years ago. Thank you, Level.

- Miguel

Request educational material for a person at Norfolk City Jail

Use the form below to request educational content for a person incarcerated at Norfolk City Jail.

Level is a community supported organization. The $25 fee we charge covers our costs for printing, postage and labor to send educational, job training and personal development material to people in prison. Each time a person completes one of our guides, we send a printed Certificate Of Achievement and another guide (subject to availability).

Price: $25.00
Optional - sponsor other incarcerated learners who have no family support. Sponsorship support can be counted as a donation and is tax deductible.