SUMMARY: This issue opens with a brief history of the Community Information Service office. There is an article that presents suggestions on how to change the system, specifically halfway houses, for the better of society and the parolee, and another that analyzes penitentiaries as an industry/ business. A writer discusses the ways to cope with stress while in prison by using Biofeedback Training, another ponders the dilemma that middle class citizens face, and the Warkworth Drug Abuse Group provides an update on their program.
KEYWORDS: Community Information Service office, halfway houses, Life Servers, Biofeedback Training, Warkworth Pioneer Group, Robert P. Read, or “2351,” Warkworth Drug Abuse Group.
Coded by Izabella Rachwalski