Life After Jail

Lincoln, Bear
July 2006
News from Native California;Summer2006, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p12
The article describes the life of Bear Lincoln, an American Indian ex-convict, after he was released from jail. Lincoln was paroled to Vallejo, California and is currently living at a Sober Living Environment. Lincoln attends group meetings at a drug program and Alcoholic Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings. He intends to help start a detox center and some sober-living homes for Native people once he has finished his parole and returned home.


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