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AN "INSIDE OUT" APPROACH TO CREATING REAL LIFE OPTIONS FOR INCARCERATED SOULS

Approximately 46,000,000 souls in the United States are living in poverty.  It is estimated that the majority of the 2.5 million incarcerated souls in the United States come from an economically dysfunctional family or community.   Each year, 600,000 souls are released from correctional facilities throughout the United States.   For the most part, these souls are uneducated, unskilled, and unemployable.  They return to the  economically dysfunctional communities  which are breeding grounds for crime and recidivism.  Without positive intervention, these souls are doomed to spend their lives languishing in poverty or to yield to the temptation of engaging in illegitimate activities to financially support themselves and their families – the same illegitimate activities that put them on the “fast track to prison” in the first place.  Very little in the way of rehabilitation is occurring in America’s correctional facilities.   So, how do we transform souls who enter prisons across America…