I'm new here and don't know a thing about this site so please bear with me. My son is in prison and about to be released and I'm looking for resources for both of us. He is going to have a lot of challenges to overcome when he gets out. It is difficult to talk to most people because they either have the opinion that prisoners don't deserve any help or support or they just don't understand the heartache of having a loved one locked-up. As I have read some of your entries, my heart aches for you and yet it is a comfort to realize someone out there does know what I'm talking about. So, any ideas about how I can best help my boy when he gets out? Where do they start when they have so many problems to deal with????
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