Pros: meals provided and houseing for staff that lived out of town
Cons: having to put up with upper management
Get the boys up in the morning, take them to breakfast, back to the unit to clean it and get ready for school, take them to school, take them to lunch, do their physical work outs, back to school, go to dinner, back to the unit, showers, group meeting, then get them into bed. A lot of patience. Did not the upper management. My co-workers for the most part were good. To hear that a boy that was sent home had been killed by rival gang. Watching the boys graduate be fore going home.