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Letter: Drug court works

Thank you, Post Independent for Kelli Rollin’s story on the Garfield County Drug Court and the strength and resilience of its graduates and attendees. Engaging in hundreds of hours of treatment over multiple years takes commitment and dedication to recovery and transformation, and we at Mind Springs Health, like Judge Neiley, are extremely proud of those who participate in it, and gratified to contribute to the success of the program.

We would also like to recognize and thank all the partners in Drug Court: Garfield County Sheriff’s Department, 9th Judicial District Probation, the District Attorney’s Office, and of course Judge Neiley. Working together, resident lives are being changed for the better every day. We live in a caring community and it shows.

Jackie Skramstad

Regional director, Mind Springs Health

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