Sunday February 16th, 1:30 – 6:00 PM
Scottish Rite Temple, 463 PASEO DE PERALTA, Santa Fe NM, 87504
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A thrilling glimpse into the life of a parole officer, thrown into turmoil by the actions of a ruthless predator. Will he survive?
This movie will draw you in and keep you on the edge of your seat as the events unfold. Our film’s hero is an ordinary man who has his whole life turned around by the obsessions of one of his parolees.
A psychological thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end.
There is help available to help those affected by crime and to parolees
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
This is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Housing & Homelessness
In a 2008 study of the U.S. jail population in 2002, 15.3 percent had been homeless anytime the year before incarceration—up to 11.3 times the estimate for the general adult population. For those with a mental illness, the rates of homelessness are even higher—about 20 percent.
About 10 percent of people entering state and federal prison had recently been homeless, and at least the same percentage of those who leave prison are homeless for some period of time after release.
If you are not homeless yet, it may be possible to avoid becoming homeless by finding out about prevention or emergency assistance programs in your area. Often these programs can help in paying rent, utilities, or bills.
If you are homeless now, emergency assistance programs may help with health care, food, and temporary, transitional, or permanent housing.
Look for your local Homeless Shelter and contact the city for emergency housing.