They are very religious. Because I did not agree with their beliefs, I was treated with disrespect. I was there for a month and a half, but it felt like a lifetime. I was moved to another facility, where I was accepted as a human being, and graduated successfully. Fayette Women's was so stressful, I wanted to sneak drugs in, just to handle the day to day torture. I now have been clean for 4 years, but no thanks to Fayette Women's. I still have nightmares about how intolerant and rude the coordinators were. No one deserves that treatment. They also lie about their success rate. They base their success rate on those who actually make it to graduation. What they fail to mention, is that most women who go there either leave, or get kicked out. It also doesn't matter how long a woman has been there. If she messes up in any way, she has to start the program completely over. Also, a woman's time there, does not count toward incarceration days. Good luck.
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