Breaking Free While Locked UpMain MenuIntroductionIn Spring 2018, women involved in the Therapeutic Community at the Washington Corrections Center for Women shared their stories of addiction and recovery with a group of students from Pacific Lutheran University. This site is the result of this transformative collaboration.AuthorsThese women wrote stories and poems of how they arrived at the Washington Corrections Center for Women and how they are working toward recovery."Breaking Free" PodcastsPodcasts recorded in WCCW's Therapeutic CommunityResourcesInterview with Felice DavisFelice Davis is the former Associate Superintendent of Programs at the Washington Corrections Center for Women
Understanding Women's Incarceration
12018-03-06T16:09:20+00:00Scott Rogers2cd61139a93e5999140829e0923b99e0903a4d4f418visual_path2019-04-16T20:44:54+00:00Jen Smithusers/49897de3f525b78ca4c1cd33609c9c5dd3d9f9f9As you are reading the pieces written by the women in the Therapeutic Community, please take time to explore the contextual materials for a better understanding of their experiences, and overall, women who are fighting addiction while incarcerated.
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