Friday, October 10, 2014
Friday, October 3, 2014
Oklahoma incarcerates more women per capita than any other state, and most of those women were neglected and abused before they were locked up. The Guardian Angel K-9 Training Program pairs such women with rescued dogs that have also been neglected and/or abused, and the results have been remarkable. Ladies who were once affection-starved, distrustful, guarded, and vulnerable have become open, loving, and self-assured. Simply put, the program’s participants have blossomed like a rose.
What’s more, the Guardian Angel Program’s positive impact has spread to other inmates at MBCC. The program is located in the prison’s medical unit, where the most physically and mentally impaired inmates are housed. Program participants often take their dogs to visit with those women, and whereas there was once an overwhelming spirit of sadness and depression among them, those ladies actually smile and laugh out loud all because of the dogs’ love. It’s amazing!
As of October 2014, the Guardian Angel Program has grown to include seven dogs, seven trainers, and seven assistant handlers. The program has saved and changed the lives of many inmates and dogs alike.
If you would like to know more about the program, contact Allen Dabbs, Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Sr Paulina at 6:23 PM
Monday, September 22, 2014
PRISON TRAINED DOG PAX WHO WAS TRAINED AT OSHKOSH CORRECTIONAL IN WISCONSIN AND WASHINGTON STATE CORRECTIONAL IN WASHINGTON STATE WENT TO THE VATICAN AND MET THE HOLY FATHER. THE INMATES DID A GOOD JOB WITH HIM.
|Holy Father giving Sister Pauline a kiss and she gave him a Kiss|
Posted by Sr Paulina at 2:08 AM
Thursday, July 24, 2014
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Friday, April 4, 2014
PATHWAYS TO HOPE is giving back helping the youth in Juvenile Hall, men in jail and women in the California Institution for Women. http://www.pathwaystohope.org
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Sunday, January 26, 2014
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Thursday, November 21, 2013
Argentina is a leader in helping inmates change their lives by providing programs that bring about change. One of these programs is Huellas De Esperanza, a wonderful program in the Argentina prison.
They are working to start several programs in their prisons, giving the inmates a chance to give something back to the community by training a service dog for the handicapped or saving unwanted dogs.
The program is operated by the Argentina Penitentiary Service and inspired by Dr Romero, a famous Argentina Veterinarian and humanitarian who also has a television and radio shows.
What is unique about this prison program is the desire that the Argentina Government wants Huellas De Esperanza to be a success, hoping many inmates return to the community to find a new and useful pathways for their lives because they learned something positive in this program that will help their lives forever.
PROGRAMAS DE PERROS EN PRISION EN ARGENTINA
Argentina es líder en ayudar a internos/as a cambiar sus vidas desarrollando programas que traen aparejados cambios. Uno de estos programas es Huellas de Esperanza, un maravilloso programa en penales argentinos.
Están trabajando para implementar varios programas en sus penales, ofreciendo a los internos/as la oportunidad de devolver algo a la comunidad adiestrando perros de servicio para ser entregados a personas con capacidades diferentes o rescatando perros sin hogar.
El programa es llevado a cabo por el Servicio Penitenciario Federal Argentino e inspirado por el Dr. Romero, un famoso y humanitario Médico Veterinario Argentino quién también tiene programas de televisión y radio.
Lo que hace único a este programa en prisión es que el Gobierno Argentino desea que Huellas de Esperanza sea un éxito, esperando lograr que muchos internos/as regresen a la sociedad para encontrar caminos nuevos y útiles para sus vidas, porque aprendieron algo positivo en este programa que les ayudará en sus vidas por siempre.
I was presented with this honorary Title of "officer" of the Argentina Federal Penitentiary Service and I feel thankful for their kindness to me.
Posted by Sr Paulina at 5:00 PM