Understand, empower and address. That’s what one group says it’s going to take to end generational poverty in Oklahoma. 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.
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