When I was growing up as a young teenager years ago, I used to be involved in social work as part of a personal calling and as part of a family that had a history of being active in civic-oriented activities. I grew up in an average-income neighbourhood that was near a welfare village that was home for more than a hundred young delinquents who were either personally given up by their parents or guardians or those who have voluntarily brought themselves there for better care as compared to living off the streets.
I had truly felt for these young people since I have strongly believed, and I still do up to this point, that there are no real incorrigible people, just a lot of misguided and mistreated ones. It has been years since then and at this time that I have a family of my own and have migrated stateside, it just makes me feel appreciative of the fact that there are a lot of facilities that are truly concerned for the well-being of others. I happen to know some of these places such as rehab treatment centers in california that have been effective and have eventually turned some people’s lives around.