Mentoring Program Helps Local Children
TV20's Sarah Pusateri shows us how a nonprofit group is trying to fill a need in the community they say isn't being met.
After years of working at the Department of Juvenile Justice, former justice officials saw a need in the community for a program that not only punishes minors for bad behavior, but mentors them.
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