Women & Re-Entry

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Formerly incarcerated women face unique obstacles during re-entry. Inspired by her thirteen years as a Chicago police officer and sixteen years helping children and families heal from abuse, Sr. Maureen O’Connell, OP founded Angela House – a re-entry ministry for women affected by incarceration. Join us for a conversation with Sr. Maureen, Sarah Mabry, a case manager at Angela House, and Teresa E. Doyle, the Program Psychotherapist.

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