I spent most of my 30s in a state prison. I still think every day about what I did.
There many people, organizations and federal agencies involved in animal care in the United States and around the globe. For
As Dr. Cernich noted at the conference, exciting technologies currently exist, but the challenge is adapting the technology
Mental Health Care For Prisoners Could Prevent Rearrest, But Prisons Aren't Designed For Rehabilitation
Mental health conditions are more common among prisoners than in the general population. And prisoners with untreated mental illness are more likely to be arrested again after they are released.
Higher education for the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated is an extension of King's spiritual explosion of a material atom. Higher education in prison can be for many who are incarcerated a path to wholeness and productivity in various areas of life.
The US Attorney's One Community Guam" and "One Community CNMI" Conferences show that if we can build safer communities when we tap into every resource, even using the formerly incarcerated.
Due to rising insurance costs, baby boomers are discharged from the hospital a lot quicker than before and they are needing
The software platform will include sensors and machine learning capabilities that can record data from movement, as well
And whenever you are feeling down and need a pick me up, every time something doesn't go to plan, every time you receive bad feedback or a negative response - open up your very own journal and reflect on all the positives. That is what will inspire you. Motivate you. And push you further than you have ever been.
Back in June 2015, at a book talk at a New York City public library, an audience member had asked me about Sirley Avila, the first time I'd ever heard her name. She had been attacked on May 24. I'd tried to find out more, but reliable information from Cuba is not easy to obtain. Now, less than one year later, here she was, sitting with me.
In the simplest terms possible, CAREN consists of a motion floor patients control with their movements, a support harness
College For Convicts presents the facts, figures and rationale for educating prisoners. Prisoners with a college degree are much less likely to recidivate.