Elizabeth Smith is a 50 year-old who got caught up in a bad relationship, which led to drug abuse. She had been in and out of prisons and jails at least 15 times. In 2005, her life changed. She became a participant in the Turn About Program because she wanted to give herself a chance, this time. While in T.A.P., she learned the meaning of responsibilities and the importance of being able to make better choices. When she returned from prison this last time, she went back to school and stayed connected to positive people. At present, she is preparing for her G.E.D, is gainfully employed with the Marian House and remains clean and sober. Elizabeth describes her future as being ‘bright’. She is now serving on the Board of Directors of Out For Justice, Inc.
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For over 25 years Alternative Directions, Inc. (ADI) has been serving people in prison and individuals returning home after incarceration.To put a “face” on what Alternative Directions means in people’s lives, read “Client Stories”. Learn about ADI programs and become involved.