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See the Good Happening Inside the Kyle Correctional Center

Oftentimes we hear only the negative in news reports about what happens in prisons. But there are many positive, success stories of men and women who are trying to change their lives. Click above to hear from residents of the Kyle Correctional Center who talk about their experience living and learning at the facility.

 

Bradley Roberts

“I appreciate what y’all are doing here.  I’m very excited about my future.”

Curtis King

“They give me all the resources, really, that I need.  So, I believe it’s a big help here.”

Bradley Roberts

“To be honest with you, the most important thing that I’m taking from this place is the positivity.”

Jimmy Smith

“I’m really grateful for what I have out there. I’m grateful that TDCJ [Texas Department of Criminal Justice] gave me the opportunity to come here. I think it done me a world of good, and I know it can do other people good if they let it.”

Curtis King

“I was blessed to be here. So, I take it to the heart.”

Bradley Roberts

“So, for me, moving forward from here, the best thing I can take from this place is the positivity.  I don’t have to leave. I don’t have to get out of prison with a negative mindset. I’m leaving with a positive mindset.  Something to look forward to. And I feel good about myself.”

About Kyle Correctional Center

Kyle Correctional Center is accredited by the American Correctional Association—
achieving over 99% compliance for both mandatory and non-mandatory standards in
its most recent audit. Other accreditations and certifications include the Correctional
Education Association and the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA).