Division of Adult Parole Operations, Rehabilitation

Mothers treated to tea party in parole southern region

Women wearing big hats listen to another woman speak.
A medical representative with AltaMed discusses women's health issues with parolees.

The Division of Adult Parole Operation’s Southern Region Adult Programs and Harbor District staff rallied to transform a simple community room at the Compton Library into a proper Ladies Tea Party. It was all in honor of Mothers Day. Oh, and fancy hats were included.

On May 21, the Harbor District hosted a Gender Responsive Women Empowerment event. Compton Parole Outpatient Clinician Rocio Garcia spoke to the women about positive behavior. She also discussed ways to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of life.

Other community providers and local agencies present were Compton College, Volunteers of America, Salvation Army and AltaMed. The medical representative spoke about education, health, wellness, and other social service resources to encourage the women toward meaningful change.

“The primary goal of the event is to (inform) women parolees about community options. Hopefully inspire motivation that can further empower them to change,” said Parole Agent 2 Latricia Martin.

By the Division of Adult Parole Operations Staff

Group of parole agents host a Mother's Day tea party.
Organizers, from left, are Tracee Harvey, Parole Services Associate; Lina Herrera, Parole Agent; Veronica Sepulveda, Parole Agent; Calandra Williams, Parole Agent; Irma Gonzalez, Parole Agent 3; Michelle Allen, Parole Agent 2; Sheila Green-Beck, Parole Agent 3; Latricia Martin, Parole Agent II (acting); Jacqueline Williams, Parole Agent; and Stephanie Carrillo, Parole Agent.

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