Isaac was struggling through a difficult time when he came to BCFS Health and Human Services. He had bad habits to kick, a juvenile record, and needed help to focus on his education.
That’s when he joined BCFS’ Youth Averted from Delinquency (YAD) program.
“When I first started working with BCFS in the YAD program with Mr. Taylor, my life slowly started to get better. The more I listened, the better off I got. The life skills program taught me a lot of skills that I use in my everyday life.
My life is great now. I no longer use drugs, and I’m happily married and have a beautiful daughter.
In a week, I will graduate high school. I plan to go to the Fire Fighting Academy in Abilene to get my certification. Then, I plan to come back to Kerrville and hope to join the Fire Department in my community. I’m really grateful to have worked with BCFS and their staff.” – Isaac