March 23, 2012
Well basically i was a bad kid, skipping school, doing drugs, all the nonsense of high school life. I was "forced" to go to MAYSP at the age of 15, i was hesitant to go and quite afraid of what the staff would have to say about my troubling behavior. For awhile it was awkward of course, me being a little kid and all. Having to discuss all the laws I had broke and the reasons why i would do these things was very unnerving seeing as to how these people held my future in their hands basically. But in the long run it all worked out, they helped me to better understand the nature of my behavior and how i could change to a respectable responsible person. After finishing the program i would still visit the staff and volunteer, It's like a big family there. I will forever and always be in debt to juinell, danny, kathy, and jamie. OHHH Dan "6" too!! If you're looking for a place to send your kid for counseling i would absolutely suggest MAYSP above any other place available! The staff is very understanding and i guarantee any child who goes here will connect on a personal level with every individual there. These awesome possums have never judged me or tried to tell me i was a bad person, they simply want to help and heal. Much love and respect to this crew, I hope and pray MAYSP will be around for many years to come!!
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