It sounds to me Song R. wasn,t able to get S.A.F. to change there entire program to fit his wants.He is correct about graduates managing this program,anyone whos been around recovery knows that a verry high percentage of rehabs are ran the same way.So us in recovery know this person is a complete moron who was unable to get sober.For those of you who are unfamiliar don,t for a second believe a word of this nonsense.I am an S.A.F. alumni I am a recovering heroin addict I entered S.A.F. 1997 with the clothes on my back tired of spending my iife behid bars i was never able to stay out of prison more than a month since age of 19 also spent a good amount of time in the juvenile system. I was state raised all because of a drug addiction I started at 16.Ill cut the rest short I have not been back to jsil since walking through the doors of S.A.F. I had no job skills when i arrived i am now self employed thanks to all S.A.F. had to offer . I myself was an S.A.F. employee for two years. At that time they had well over a million dollar annual payrole a lot of which went to parolees. I owe my life to S.A.F. Need I say more. So please don,t let this Song person mis lead you.