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Free at Last gives voice to those inmates who have escaped the prison of chemical dependency and offers a promise of hope to other inmates still bound by addiction.

The high correlation between substance abuse and crime makes treatment for inmates a vital concern. Free at Last gives voice to those inmates who have escaped the prison of addiction while incarcerated. Each contributor to this unique book of daily meditations offers his or her personal promise of hope to other inmates still bound by a powerful disease. As Joe, serving a forty-five year sentence, explains, "Even if I was never to get out of this prison, today I truly know I am free within."

  • Publisher: Hazelden Publishing (March 1, 1994)
  • Length: 384 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781568380704

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