Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants
Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants, or CURE, is a United States prisoner support and prison reform organization that was founded by Charles and Pauline Sullivan in San Antonio, Texas. It has supported legislation such as the Second Chance Act and, most famously, the Federal Prison Work Incentive Act. CURE has a federal branch devoted to federal prisoners and state chapters. There is also an international CURE. According to Williams, "One of the group's problems is that the population for which they lobby (prisoners) does not elicit much sympathy; outsiders frequently do not see the wisdom of giving resources to those who must be in prison."
CURE has a state branch devoted to Florida prisoners and other state chapters., CURE has a Texas branch devoted to Texas prisoners located in Dallas,TX, they also maintain a Facebook presence 
- AJ Bronstein (2003), Keynote Speech-Prison Reform Revisited: The Unfinished Agenda, Pace L. Rev.
- S D Williams (March 1991), CURE for America's Prisons, 16 (3), Corrections Compendium, pp. 1, 5–8
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