Exploring Sustainable Strategies for Decreasing Recidivism through Interdisciplinary Research Baltimore

Dr. Heather Wyatt-Nichol

A Letter to the Editor, 1971

My father held a variety of jobs, however, he ended up selling heroin to support his habit.

Decades after his death, it is considered cruel and unusual punishment to deny medical care—including treatment for withdrawal.

For time immemorial it should be considered inhumane to deny spiritual counseling when requested.

Whether assistance was provided with the sheet remains a mystery, however, both sides at any time are well aware that transparency can be tricky.

This is why I care about prison reform!

Join me July 17-19, 2018 in Baltimore


Decreasing Recidivism: 1st International Conference

Exploring Sustainable Strategies for Decreasing Recidivism through Interdisciplinary Research

Baltimore

June 17-19, 2018

Vulnerable populations are confronted with wicked problems for which social scientists and policy makers have struggled to design effective sustainable solutions. Vulnerable population groups such as ex-offenders, homeless, veterans, and chemically-dependent persons confront a myriad of colliding barriers…

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