By Lisa Robinson I-Team Reporter
BALTIMORE — Incarceration interrupts one’s life. Once a person has served their time and is released, it’s easy to enter a downward spiral. One organization is helping women released from prison find their way back.
PIVOT is designed specifically for women who have been incarcerated and need help to get back on their feet once they are released.
Althea Moody, 22, served time for armed robbery. When she got out of Central Booking in May, it was the middle of the night.