Cramped Cells, Inhumane Conditions, Injustices for Poor Prisoners

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Drug Rehabilitation Centers: Cramped cells, inhumane conditions, injustices for poor prisoners
By RONALYN V. OLEA While the rich could buy privileges in jail and mock the justice system, just like what former Batangas governor Antonio Leviste and other high-profile convicts did, the poor, who include political prisoners, suffer from torture, inhumane prison conditions and injustices.

Drug Rehabilitation Centers: Religion News
BUENA VISTA — United Fellowship Church will host an appreciation dinner from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday for Pastor Betty Burke, for her 45 years of service, at Buena Vista Country Club.
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Drug Rehabilitation Centers: Gazette.Net: ABL turns 50 with new digs, open house
Advanced BioScience Laboratories, a contract research organization, is marking its 50th anniversary this year with a new facility in Rockville, where it will host an open house Friday.

Drug Rehabilitation Centers: A Heart to Live in Troubled Times Book Trailer

Familiar with heartache, Gloria J. Carter shares openly about her difficult past in her touching memoir, A Heart to Live in Troubled Times. Gloria first gave her life to Jesus at nine, but she was unprepared for the challenges she would later endure. The pressures of being a teenager and the constant struggles between her parents drove her into the streets of Los Angeles, where she spent the next thirteen years in and out of drug rehabilitation centers. After what seemed a lifetime of trouble, she decided to end it all. Following several unsuccessful attempts at suicide, she began to cry out to God for help. Gloria expresses her turmoil through heartfelt poems, which complement narratives of her past.

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