OhioGuidestone Quoted in Rural Health Publication
“We recognize that people who end up incarcerated typically have some type of trauma,” said Kasey Bisch, Regional Director for OhioGuidestone. “They didn’t just get there by accident — they’ve usually developed some kind of maladaptive coping skill that got them into the situation they’re in. And if they don’t receive the treatment they need while they’re incarcerated, they’re released and repeat those behaviors again because it’s how they’ve learned to survive.
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