"My Best Friend Julie" is a film that profiles the lives of at risk women who have become part of a remarkable transitional home known as "Lindsey House." The film is a powerful example of the human spirit and the capability to return from dark places in life. Lindsey House is in Oklahoma -- a state the "New Republic" in 2013 identified with the dubious distinction of incarcerating more women than any country in the world. Some of the women in the film had previously been incarcerated.
At Lindsey House, through a rigorous program, in 18 months women can move from homelessness -- to being reunited with their children -- to complete financial sustainability. Lindsey House accepts no government or public money & works with organizations like "Women in Recovery" in the city of Tulsa.