(Scott Sommerdorf | The Salt Lake Tribune)
Gaige Devlin gives a short speech during the graduation ceremony for the 12-week GOGI therapeutic community at the Wasatch County Jail, Thursday, August 22, 2013.
Wasatch County Jail GOGI tier
The Salt Lake Tribune
First Published Oct 13 2013 09:15 am • Last Updated Oct 13 2013 08:25 pm
Founder Mara Leigh Taylor calls GOGI — designed by prisoners for prisoners — a way of life that can help inmates finally take control of their lives and stop making bad decisions. At the Wasatch County Jail, some women are assigned to the GOGI tier, where they spend 12 weeks learning the GOGI way. Taylor was in Utah for the most recent class’s graduation. See photo gallery.
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