Ariel Hill on the Value of Being Uncomfortable - Women Beyond Bars
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Ariel Hill on the Value of Being Uncomfortable

Ariel Hill grew up in West Virginia, and she was in and out of juvenile detention centers beginning at age 13. She served time at South Central Regional Jail in 2017 and was sentenced to Lakin Correctional Facility in 2018 for battery and arson.

Hill struggled with childhood trauma and substance abuse, but after being released in 2019, she wanted a different life. She found her way to the Infinite Pathways, a group recovery home in Charleston, West Virginia.

She is now an employee at a local market while she works towards a higher education and completes her G.E.D. courses at Garnet Career Center. When she is at Infinite Pathways, Hill participates in AA meetings and group house time, both of which help previously incarcerated women on their road to recovery and reentry into the community.