It is with a heavy heart reading this news, Jim, and am grieved with the closing of Soteria-Alaska being a witness to all of your and others’ efforts to make it work. As a matter of fact, I almost applied for a job there, especially after reading about Dr. Mosher’s great works at the time of his death years ago having written a letter to his wife then. One of my projections way back then was that what was needed was creating places of rehabilitation with ways that work, along with exposing the dangers of the “existing” protocol and standard medical treatment that were actually causing more harm than good. The tragedy of Mozelle death touches me in at the core, as most people who know of my “story” would understand. I commend you in all that you have done over the years knowing you since 2004 (I think). I do believe that even with this closing that the mental health reform will continue and shine with everyone’s concerted efforts on many levels and in many areas and organizations. I, also, think that all that you have in documentation and vision in creating Soteria will be used to create other places in the future, so don’t give up on this. When one door closes, another always opens, as the intention is there for the highest and greatest good of all. My sincere blessings to all of you! T.A.M.