The program is designed to help men and women who find themselves in a revolving door of incarceration or arrests get the support and tools to break out of it. Among the assistance available are tools for sober living, finding jobs and housing, getting help with anger management or addiction and other types of counseling. “The key, I think, to treatment and long-term recovery is … support to find jobs, housing, sober living,” Adams said. “And the things they learned in treatment to help them with the daily issues that led them down that path in the first place.” Click Here to read more.
Mom’s Viral Workout Video Inspires Millions As She Vows To Lose 451 Pounds!
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How a low-income Louisville neighborhood became a fresh food oasis
In October, the Food Literacy Project broke ground on a shipping container pavilion and outdoor kitchen where the nonprofit will be able to provide new programming. The pavilion should open this spring. Click Here to read more.