by Carla Wade, WFAA10:55 p.m. CDT July 26, 2015 (Photo: WFAA) DALLAS — When inmates are released from prison, many don’t have jobs, a place to live or family to turn to. But through a program started by Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House in Dallas, ex-offenders have been offered a new lease on life. This year, that program celebrates 10 years of fresh starts. Sunday morning Dallas criminal court
Plano Star Courier News Coverage On T.O.R.I. A program designed to help keep released prison inmates from returning to jail got a boost recently in the form of a $7,500 donation. Plano-based Rent-A-Center donated the money to the Texas Offender Re-entry Initiative (T.O.R.I.) as part of its Random Acts of Caring Program. The money will help T.O.R.I. meet the needs of its 400 clients.