Help for Homeless Incarcerated Women

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There was a guest speaker in the classroom by October 31, 2013. Her name was Nadia Valle. She was a representative of the non profit organization. The mission of the non profit organization helped incarcerated women successfully. The home place for incarcerated women from releasing prisons was majorly mission for the founder and CEO. The founder was a prisoner due to drug addictions and the death of five years old son. The death of five years old of son impacted her emotionally and mentally and then she decided to give up her life to drugs. Her name was Susan Burton. Nadia Valle looked up to her and was gladly to be a representative of the Wings of Women non profit organization in Tucson, Arizona. During Nadia’s presentation, she showed the unscripted documentary in the classroom of who Susan Burton was and what her non profit organization has been success with its own mission. In addition, the relating subject in the drug prevention course and Wings for Women non profit organization helped women to figure out what they could do to get their lives together from relapsing the addictions. Addicters, prisoners, and homeless women found their way to collaboration and overcame the cyclic the addictions. On other hand, the non-relating course was the homeless women population that was has been invisibly message, they came from prison or homeless surroundings. The message was not previously researched properly in the sociology of America. It has changed in the current sociology because the increasing of women population had their freedom since the women movement in 1970s to the 21st century. There has been undone researching the updated sociology of women largely and unnoticed. The current problem was a cluster of women population e... ... middle of paper ... Burton’s unscripted documentary revealed the successfully solution for homeless women and prisoners. Prisoners would have live in abandoned houses, received no help, and stuck in the rut. Federal assistances banned prisoners to be eligible that left them homeless. Susan Burton rescued them from homeless and changed their lives. Once the Wings for Women foundation established, over 600 women have been participated in the program. About 70 percent of clients from her home program confirmed not to returning into prisons. Her research revealed,”837 percent of women ended up in prisons from 1997 to 2007 because they are involved with the drug wars either indirectly and directly” (Burton, 2013). She stepped in and made a huge difference of homeless and prison women’s lives. Thereafter, the Wings for Women non profit organization showed the success percent rate was 78.
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