Grant Helps Chicago's Ex-Inmates Get Work

St. Gerard, Vanessa
October 2003
Corrections Today;Oct2003, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p12
Deals with the grant awarded by the Mayor's Office of Workforce Development to the Westside Health Authority to employ 50 ex-offenders on Chicago's West Side, where many come from and return to after being released from prison. Comments from Jackie Reed of Westside Health Authority; Information on the bill signed by Governor Rod Blagojevich; Number of inmates the agency plans to complete job training and counseling.


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