PA Hopes Mentoring Can Help Ex-Juvenile Lifers Adjust

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Mentoring is an old-school solution to a historically vexing puzzle: how to manage prison reentry in Pennsylvania, where 60 percent of people are locked up again within three years of being released, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Early results are promising. The program, run by the Pennsylvania Prison Society through a contract with the state Department of Corrections (DOC), has worked with more than . . .

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