Faith Based Programs all over the country have played a great part in helping ex-prisoners become stable and productive members of society. (more so than regular-funded or secular programs) However some Americans argue that this is a violation of church and state because not only do they think the government has pried enough when it comes to churches but do not want their "Freedom of Religion" taken away in the future. Some think that the standards of faith based programs will not meet government standards. However, these programs save the gov. ALOT of $$ and tend to lower the risk of the ex-prisoner relapsing. What do YOU think? Do you have any personal experience(s) that relates to this subject that you would like to share?
(this is for a paper I am writing so I may use what you post, depending on you. Your privacy is respected on my part, so please let me know.) Thank you much!
I'm really for any program that can show good results and money management.
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