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Reed associates

Reed Associates provides exemplary life coaching, re-entry, and recovery-based services to individuals who are in need of mobilizing their inner resources and tapping into the greater potential to live a more purposeful life. We should never forfeit the power and/or authority to be in control of our lives to a situation, circumstance, or individual - no matter what the conditions. One of the principles that we often encourage those in recovery to espouse is, irrespective to how tight of a grip their current addictions may appear to seize them with, it's still possible to reclaim their lives. Through the power of faith, an impassioned heart and a determined mind, you can re-situate yourself back in the driver's seat of destiny and navigate a new course to a more meaningful life! At Louis L. Reed Empowerment Group , you will receive the expert care, professional courtesy, and personal comfort from our experienced team in one of the following areas you may have need in: Executive Life Coaching Personal Life Counseling and Coaching Recovery Support Assistance Community Care Management Empowerment Workshops and Seminars Spiritual Development And much more

Louis L. Reed is the National Organizer for #Cut50

Louis brings to #Cut50 years of experience in government, criminal justice expertise, policy advocacy, business, and public health. Louis holds degrees in criminal justice and psychology, and is a board-certified addictions counselor and licensed alcohol & addictions practitioner. Prior to joining #Cut50, Louis was the Connecticut Policy Strategist for the Katal Center for Health, Equity and Justice where he worked on SB-13, and ran his own addiction and mental health practice in Bridgeport, CT, serving clients across Southern Connecticut. Louis's experience in government includes conceptualizing and serving as director of the Mayor's Office for Reentry Affairs in the City of Bridgeport, CT. There, he developed systems and practices for the City to coordinate employment, housing, access to treatment, and other services for all persons impacted by the criminal justice system both in and returning to the City after incarceration. His policy reform experience includes working with the Connecticut legislature for successful enactment of legislation related to reforms to pretrial practices, expanding access to licenses for people living with criminal records, limiting asset forfeiture practices by law enforcement, and strengthening reentry practices and services for people returning from prison. Louis is a Huffington Post contributor on Prison Traumatic Stress Disorder, has appeared on C-SPAN and MSNBC, and in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and other publications. He has also consulted for the White House, United States Department of Justice, FortuneĀ® 100 Corporations, private, state and federal agencies, and is a 2017 JustLeadershipUSA fellow. Louis has received many awards recognizing his work and leadership, including the US Senate recognition for Professional of the Year; 2017 Best Innovative Practices by the US Conference of Mayors; and a 2018 citation from the Connecticut State General Assembly.