'Amazing group' helps women when life turns upside down

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Joanne was left to raise her two young children alone when her husband was sent to prison. She was lucky to have support from her family and church, but she still felt overwhelmed and lonely in her struggles. Kairos Outside, a national group organized in eastern Missouri by the Criminal Justice Ministry of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, provided Joanne a shoulder to lean on. "Knowing that you're not alone in your struggle with a loved one being incarcerated makes a tough situation easier," she said.

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