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Haley House: Food with Purpose

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"It's job readiness, life skills," said Daniel Cordon, 38, who runs the Transitional Employment Program (TEP) at Haley House, which employs former inmates shortly after their release.

"Just really trying to give them support in a way that is viable for them to learn new strategies and to really take a lot of the coping skills they developed to survive incarceration and to reframe those in a way that will allow them to be successful out here."

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