(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Tangie Anderson participates in a Getting Out by Going In (GOGI) class at the Timpanogos women's facility at Utah State Prison Tuesday August 6, 2013. GOGI is a non-profit organization that helps at-risk and incarcerated individuals make better choices by changing unhealthy patterns of thought and behavior.
GOGI at Timpanogos Women’s Facility, Utah State Prison
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Oct 13 2013 09:15 am • Last Updated Oct 13 2013 08:25 pm
Volunteer coaches Lynn Whipple and Roark Stratton lead a GOGI class for women serving time at the Utah State Prison. Says Stratton: "It’s very rewarding to see them change, to see hope come into their lives. Once they’ve got hope, you can give them tools to make it a reality in their lives." See photo gallery.
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