In 2018 there were 2.3 million people behind bars in America and a total 6.7 million people under correctional control. An estimate 700,000 will be released yearly. Many of these offenders won’t have the needed skills to properly adjust back into society with the chances of not return back to the system. We are trying to change that narrative one person at a time. Providing the ones returning into society with a way to work on their thinking, heal from the trauma, learn new skills that will help them earn a real livable wage and give back to the community. We believe we can help many from returning back to the lifestyle that landed them in the system from the start. We are developing a 12 week program that will address many of the pitfalls that our clients may face as they try to adjust to society. Are you willing to help? We know that in these times many people would like to help finically but can’t, but you can still help in other ways. We are always looking for people to donate time, talent, special skills and ideas. So let us know how you can help.
IT’S NOT OVER YET!!
Montgomery County Commissioner Debbie Lieberman, a Democrat who is running for re-election, faces a…
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As we approach the 2020 primary, it’s time to really start to ask the important questions about each candidate that are running. Not just for the race I’m in, but all the races. Some of the questions that I find important are, are they really serving the people that elected them or just doing the bare minimum to get by? What is the relationship that they have with the community? Do you just se them special events or are they really active in the trenches? When I’m elected I want the people to hold me accountable, I plan on having moving town hall meetings, so that I can keep my finger on the pulse of the community. See you at the polls and don’t forget early voting already started.