348. Future Expectations Today

The program located with an office near Flower Mound in Texas is best know for having been one of the programs which were kicked out of Mexico due to what the local authorities in Mexico called human rights violations.

Today they market themselves as a kind of rehab program lasting typical 6 months.

Based on their past history and feedbacks from the teenagers who have been there it is safe to state that it could not have been fun to be there as a teenager.


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About Rotsne

Danish immigrant, but very integrated. After having worked for another research center, I have recently started working for International Culture Exchange where I serve the youth and their families wanting to become an exchange student.

8 responses to “348. Future Expectations Today”

  1. Jennifer Consolo says :

    I was sent to future expectations when I was 15, I don’t know exactly what month but it was some time in 2002. It was by far the worst and most terrifying experience of my life. If there is anyone who was there when I was there, please email me thanks!

  2. Tamara Christensen says :

    I was there 2001-2002. I was one of the two girls that ran away and got out right before they were shut down.

    • Rotsne says :

      Do you if they really exist today or the website is an old one, they just did not delete?

      • Tamara Christensen says :

        From what I understand if you send them an email or call they will answer. Supposedly they are affiliated with several camps after FET in Mexico was shut down.

  3. Lexi Freed says :

    I was also there in 2002 at 15yrs old had my 16th birthday there. I can not believe they are still doing business, this was one of the most horrifying experiences of my life. I spent 4 months there and most of my time in Campo or on Talk band, the abuse is unbelievable.

  4. Jess Boyle says :

    I was there is 2003 and spent 7 months there. It destroyed me.

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