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Gainful tax paying employment, educational opportunities, decent housing and counseling are all relevant in cutting back recidivism -
Our goal is to provide experienced counselors throughout the country for newly released offenders who are available to assist with the various problems encountered upon their return to society. A suicide hot line especially for those men and women is an intragal service which we offer. Suicide among prisoners housed in jails and prisons has been on the rise. Often these events go unreported. -
Upwards of Seven Million Adults Are Under Correctional Supervision (probation, parole, pre trial release, jail or prison) in America. - "APPROXMATELY 2.3 MILLION ARE BEHIND BARS - "
Unchained Lives Matter additionaly provide information, resources, and educational materials to the public at large; and especially for the families of those former offenders on probation or parole.
Americans are guaranteed freedom of the press by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, however the negative state of the criminal justice system throughout the country is a topic which is vastly under reported. Many analytical studies show the three componets of criminal justice to be broken and in need of vast improvement. The billions of dollars spent in this area could support so many other social service projects that would benefit everyone. Only ten percent of those incacerated are wards of the federal government. The vast majority of resources are expended by the states. Restructuring the criminal justice accross the board must be one of the next major social reform projects. More strigent laws as tried in the past to eradicate this problem failed and can not be expected to bring a solution especially at this time.
Legal procedures and the way courts operate have been revised and reorginized but injustice remains. Injustice is an age old problem. In too many instances "justice" is available but depends on a person's ability to hire an expensive attorney.