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GOGI at Timpanogos Women’s Facility, Utah State Prison

First Published Oct 13 2013 09:15AM      Last Updated Oct 13 2013 08:25 pm

(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) Tangie Anderson participates during a Getting Out by Going In (GOGI) class in 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.

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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