The group of more than 100 people, from several organizations, attended Thursday’s “Bridges out of Poverty” training course sponsored in part by the Salvation Army of Lawton-Fort Sill. They’re trying to launch a statewide program called “Getting Ahead” to help families and individuals get off of welfare by giving them a chance to succeed.
Bridges Out of Poverty Aims to End Generational Poverty
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