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LARRP General Meeting featuring Dr. Ellis Jones

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LARRP General Meeting

January 10, 2019
9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
The Amity Foundation
3750 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007

LARRP is putting on a robust and impactful General Meeting Thursday, January 10, 2019, addressing some of the most current issues surrounding the reentry population! Our January agenda is the following:

  • Accomplishments, Goals, and 2019 Priorities – Peter Espinoza, Executive Director, Office of Diversion and Reentry
  • Raising Awareness About Our Collective Behavior & Impacts on Public Policy – Dr. Ellis Jones

Dr. Jones’ most recent and best known work is The Better World Shopper which is essentially a ratings guide for the public that shows corporations that operate ethically/morally – and which ones less so!

Women & Leadership: Forging the Path to Freedom after Incarceration

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You’re Invited!

Join Us for a Fireside Chat

Join a New way of Life and Californians for Safety and Justice in a conversation about women in the Movement.

August, 17,2017
6:30 – 8:30 pm

Amity Foundation
3745 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 9007

RSVP Here

Family Reunited

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“I came from Amity Circle Tree Ranch after 4 years of treatment for addictions. I never thought I would have an opportunity to live a sober life. I have my children back and in my first apartment at Dragonfly Village. My children are extremely happy here and enjoy having their own bedroom. The past six months have been new and exciting step in the right direction for me and by kids. Dragonfly has given me hope that dreams can come true”.

-Lisa, age 26

New AmeriCorps Job

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“I have been at Dragonfly Village for only a couple of months and I have received case management services and direction that had helped me to attain a position with AmeriCorps which will lead to me eventually getting my teaching certificate. The stability and peace of Dragonfly village allows for time to think and thoroughly plan my goals. The independence and encouraged self-sufficiency has helped in facilitating my growth”.

-Leslie, age 42

Senior has New Hope

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“I have been homeless for a long time and what Dragonfly Village has done is keep me off the streets and allowed me to live in a safe environment and not be homeless anymore. I do not work due to a disability, but now I am thinking I will be able to do something now that I do not have to worry about housing”.

-P., age 62

China Study Report

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