CHANGES program focuses on life skills for successful re-entry.
CHANGES program focuses on life skills for successful re-entry. Reporter Jon Schroeder of the Killeen Daily Herald recently visited the Hughes Unit to report on Windham School District's CHANGES pre-release program. His article was published Sept.23, 2007, and it describes WSD's efforts to help prepare offenders for a successful life after release from prison. For the full story click link below.
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