December 25, 2012
when i was sent to a baptist troubled teen school that looked like a real residential treatment center and degraded and told i should pray away my gay i after a few years i left so confused and believed them. a few years later i was still anxious and had nightmares. that was when i found CAFETY. kat took a lot of time to speak with me and gave me then confidence to listen to myself and what that anxiety and nightmares were trying to tell me. that place was not treatment it was psychological torture. i struggle still and can't contribute to the cause as much as i would like because i am often too depressed, but i am grateful to know CAFETY exists and will be there to help me become an advocate for myself and for other kids that are imprisoned as residents when i am in a better emotional place. i will never forget the gift this organization gave me. the gift of support in discovering my truth hidden under the lies of the school and their so-called therapy.
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