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LAGUNA HILLS, CA, May 31, 2015 – IECAST will be conducting its third of four training sessions with the leaders of Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles (CCSLA).

Noreen McClendon, CEO of Concerned Citizens retained the services of IECAST to provide training to key affiliate organizations to better serve the community. This service was requested by CEO McClendon, following the many requests she received from the students of the Self Determination Re-Entry Initiative, overseen by Melinda Williams, Director; and Skipp Townsend, Director of 2nd Call.  All organizations are affiliates of CCSLA.

The specific results of IECAST’s efforts that caused the above stated organizations to retain their services is in recognition of IECAST’s five-year track record of providing exemplary services for female offenders in California, resulting in a 2.9% recidivism as compared to 67% state wide.

 

About IECAST

Internal Empowerment Coaching and Scripture Therapy (IECAST, Inc.) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, devoted to providing educational services based on Reality Therapy, Choice Theory, and Internal Empowerment principles and practices.

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IECAST is a 501 (c)(3), Public Benefit, non-profit organization dedicated to perpetuating productive and mindful individuals, families, and organizations. We bring this vision into reality by developing diverse, internally empowered leaders who use the principles and practices of Choice Theory® as taught through the Internal Empowerment Coaching program. Our goal is to teach individuals, families, and organizations to reframe, reorganize, and reallocate resources to become effective coaches and leaders.