Todd H., left, an inmate at Allendale Correctional Institution living in the character-based housing unit, talks with Warden John Pate in his cell while holding onto Happy, the dog that he is fostering as part of the Animal Rescue Program on Dec. 18 at Allendale Correctional Institution in Fairfax. The animal rescue program is one of many programs that are offered to the inmates in an attempt to rehabilitate the inmates while they are in prison to try and prevent them from falling back into the habits that got them into trouble after the leave the prison.
Todd H., left, an inmate at Allendale Correctional Institution living in the character-based housing unit, talks with Warden John Pate in his cell while holding onto Happy, the dog that he is fostering as part of the Animal Rescue Program on Dec. 18 at Allendale Correctional Institution in Fairfax. The animal rescue program is one of many programs that are offered to the inmates in an attempt to rehabilitate the inmates while they are in prison to try and prevent them from falling back into the habits that got them into trouble after the leave the prison. Staff photo
Todd H., left, an inmate at Allendale Correctional Institution living in the character-based housing unit, talks with Warden John Pate in his cell while holding onto Happy, the dog that he is fostering as part of the Animal Rescue Program on Dec. 18 at Allendale Correctional Institution in Fairfax. The animal rescue program is one of many programs that are offered to the inmates in an attempt to rehabilitate the inmates while they are in prison to try and prevent them from falling back into the habits that got them into trouble after the leave the prison. Staff photo

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