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Furst, Gennifer. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services; Thorofare Vol. 54, Iss. 5, (May 2016): 49-57.
A grassroots movement of nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations is creating programs in which incarcerated individuals train rescued shelter dogs as therapeutic canines for Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Prison pups help veterans with PTSD (Newspaper article)
Hatch, Joshua. Asbury Park Press; Asbury Park, N.J. [Asbury Park, N.J.] 11 Nov 2009.
Since 1997, when former youth services official Gloria Gilbert Stoga read about a similar program and decided to copy it, Puppies Behind Bars has run 600 puppies through the program and placed about 350 into working service. The program, in six prisons in three states, relies on breeders to provide Labrador retrievers and golden retrievers.
Abused Dogs and Prison Inmates Healing
Dogs on the inside follows the relationships between abused dogs and prison inmates working towards a second chance. In an attempt to re-build their confidence and prepare for a new life, these prisoners must learn to handle and care for a group of neglected strays.
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