Dating an exconvict

The number of men and women behind bars in Kentucky is growing at one of the fastest rates in the country, but if Elizabeth W.Mc Kune, Ed D, has her way, once inmates are released they won’t be coming back.I approach this writing with some trepidation because it will run counter in some areas to the current debate regarding domestic violence.When wading in these highly volatile and controversial waters, one finds that disclaimers – like life jackets – must be affixed to the body of the argument.As assistant director of the Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse for Kentucky’s Department of Corrections, Mc Kune has refocused mental health services to concentrate on helping offenders prepare for life after prison.Among her biggest changes: adding programs that help inmates find housing, health services and employment and re-establish positive relationships with family and friends after their release from prison.Jennifer Morrilli, his press secretary, said Fulop had never received financial support from the Kushners.

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