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Recidivism and Succeeding After Prison

Recidivism and Succeeding After Prison

Over 80% of released incarcerated individuals return to prison over a ten-year period.1 I first came across this harrowing statistic while watching a Youtube video during one of my typical homework procrastination sessions. As soon as I saw it, I knew I wanted to do...

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Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!   Highlighting our volunteers who have invited their family members to join them in loving service with The Freedom to Choose Project (FTC). Husband and wife, Dena and Brad, are another one of our “families who serve...

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Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!   Highlighting our volunteers who have invited their family members to join them in loving service with The Freedom to Choose Project (FTC). Angela Bell was our very 1st FTC Volunteer back in 2004, and continues to...

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Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!   This is the second of our new series highlighting our volunteers who have invited their family members to join them in loving service with The Freedom to Choose Project (FTC). Anthony Albright, his mom Gerry, his...

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Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!

Families that serve together grow together!   This is the first of our new series highlighting our volunteers who have invited their family members to join them in loving service with The Freedom to Choose Project (FTC). Elana Christiansen, her husband, Kurt...

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A Message from The Freedom to Choose Project

We are deeply saddened by the violence and injustice against our black brothers and sisters and those who lost their lives based on the color of their skin. There is no excuse for the dehumanization of anyone and we stand in solidarity with all our black brothers and...

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