Living In Truth Founding Director, Carol Curry
also serves as Director of Prisoner Relations.
Her vision and enthusiasm continue to inspire and enliven the dynamic projects being developed and executed for the true rehabilitation and improvement of the lives of selected and qualified post-prisoners. Utilizing a proven combination of compassion and strict adherence to honesty and truth, Carol has proven that there is a positive and affirming alternative to the vast majority of post-prison programs which promise so much but deliver so little.
Breaking the complex cycles of dependency and sheer force of detrimental habits requires the personal interest and follow-through which are rare in most projects or services which purport to reduce recidivism. Prisoner Relations includes intervention and advocacy for prisoners in dealing with the impersonal and often callous prison administration.
Isolation and regimentation are conditions which are created by prison administrations for the sake of keeping order; however, the dehumanizing effects exact a heavy toll on the inmate.
Without outside intervention and help for prisoners, including contacting family, friends, courts and financial institutions, the average inmate is only further alienated and discouraged from working toward personal responsibility and self-sufficiency. People Visiting Prisoners is only one of Living In Truth's prisoner relations projects.
Living In Truth is currently recruiting licensed volunteer attorneys who will assist prisoners in their legal situations.
SPECIAL NOTE CONCERNING RESIDENT PROGRAMS:
STRATEGY FOR LIVING IN TRUTH
1. Absolute commitment to NEVER going back to prison.
2. Acknowledge that damage has been inflicted on the psyche and want it repaired.
3. Always tell the Truth.
4. Treat everybody how you want to be treated.
5. Admit mistakes. Apologize first, try to fix it next.\
6. Assume nothing.
7. Remember: Nothing is easy.
"And ye shall know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free."
--St. John 8:32
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