Archive for the ‘Featured’ Category

  • Aug
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The Narrow Mind of Some

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This week a very unfortunate situation occurred. One that in 2017 is such our reality, but still infuriating. While I won’t get into specifics as not to identify anyone (although I do feel tempted), I am sharing this situation due […]

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  • l Categories: News, Recidivism, Recovery
  • Jun
  • 28
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When is enough, enough?

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I know a lot of attention has been paid to the Oregon State baseball player Luke Heimlich lately, and many people have commented on it. However, I could not remain quiet on this issue any longer, as it tragically affects […]

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  • Oct
  • 13
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A Dream…

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When someone is released from jail or prison, society is not waiting for the person with open arms. Unfortunately, it’s the exact opposite… it seems as if every obstacle is set up to see someone fail. Issues as small as […]

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  • l Categories: Fund Raising, News, Recidivism
  • Sep
  • 11
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Pride goes before Destruction

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This blog is a reflection of what has been on my heart and mind for a few weeks, maybe months, now. It has been in my spirit to write about it as I have seen an awful lot of relapse […]

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  • Jul
  • 23
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It’s an Epidemic

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What is going on…. It’s been several months since I’ve updated with a blog! Boy, have the past few months been busy – with two children, I find it hard to sit down and just crank out a post! I […]

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  • l Categories: Consulting, News, Recidivism
  • Oct
  • 19
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Tune in Today and Tomorrow

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Last week we discussed reasons why felons fail after they are released from jail or prison! It was established that it is really much easier to fail than it is to succeed! But, despite the odds, change is possible! I […]

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