I want to thank you and others in the Behavioral Health Court for my visit there last Thursday. I can tell you that I am enormously supportive, enthusiastic, and inspired by what I observed. Such wonderful cooperation in the BHC to offer supportive services along with accountability for those who come before the court. I can tell you that the court session itself was by far the most powerfully moving court session I have ever seen.
Such wonderful work you do!
–Jack Dison, a retired professor of criminology and sociology, currently affiliated with Insight Prison Project which does a variety of programs with inmates in San Quentin Prison