Thats fine, happy to answer any questions you have.
The prison will supply fresh linen (towels and bedding) once a week, and they will laundry wash his clothes once a week.
If he chooses to wash his clothes himself, he can do that in the unit....most don't, some do.
Routine wise, it's very structured from a prison operations perspective, medication at set times, meals at set times, counts at set times etc....but outside of that there's not alot for them to do....there's only so much exercising they can do each day, the rest is spent sitting around watching TV or talking to other prisoners.
Talking to other prisoners can be an issue, they network in there....find new avenues to purchase illegal substances on the outside, find new ways to sell etc...it can backfire and they come out better criminals.
You and husband need to discuss the boundaries and the consequences, im not sure what consequences there could be though. Perhaps speak to his case manager for his CCO on what can be done to ensure he attends these appointments.
When you talk about these outbursts and yelling etc, that is his way of avoiding doing what he doesn't want to do...he knows in the past that by behaving poorly he gets his way, that needs to stop...if he becomes abusive and refuses to follow his CCO, threatens or attempts to intimidate you into getting his way....call the police...let them come to the house and make it clear to him this behaviour isn't on...and if he does it again...have them arrest him and he can then learn to understand he can no longer behave and treat his family like that....it sounds harsh but that's unfortunately the type of thing you'll need to do.
We get guys like him everyday, first timers, used to be menacing to family, partners and abusing there way to get the desired outcome they want.
They try it as soon as they get off the bus, there first day in the unit....unfortunately what they soon discover is that people like me and other officers are not intimidated and we don't allow it to continue, it's nipped in the buds immediately.
I truly hope he's learnt a valuable lesson in there, it either goes two ways....scares them straight...or makes them worse.
The fact he's breached bail multiple times, and your concerns of his behaviour coming out leads me to believe he won't follow the conditions of the CCO and will wind back up in custody.
Nows the time to be strong, strong for you and him....you can still love/support him and not tolerate abuse and bad behaviour.