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WNPR: Family ReEntry’s Fred Hodges Speaks about Connecticut Closing Prisons but Offering Fewer Community Services to Former Inmates

Connecticut Closing Prisons But Offering Fewer Community Services To Former Inmates Reprinted from WNPR, June 1, 2018 As Connecticut sees fewer people behind bars and a drop in crime rates, officials say there’s some concern over the lack of services for those transitioning to the outside. Fred Hodges spent 17 1/2 years in a Connecticut…

Article: We were Featured in Institutional Investor, "Michael Cohen's New Home," Dec. 13, 2018

By Amanda Cantrell: Reprinted from Institutional Investor, Dec.13, 2018 On a sunny afternoon in May, about a dozen inmates at Otisville prison camp played handball. Adjacent to the court was a low-slung, drably painted housing unit. No perimeter fence or barbed wire surrounded the grounds, located roughly two miles up a winding road through dense,…