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Health Fair

Provider and Volunteer Experiences



Dr. Ian Davis-Tremayne, D.C.

Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractor

"We, as chiropractors, truly believe that when we release the life potential in one person, that sends a ripple throughout the rest of the community allowing them the opportunity to shine as bright.

A memory is when we were told by a man after his first adjustment with tears in his eyes that it was the first time someone had touched him in a caring, loving manner in over ten years."

Mildred Crear, Nurse, Bay Area Black Nurses Association

"Over the years, I’ve seen the men use the information to improve their health. One gentleman checked his cholesterol, and it was over 300. He came back the next year, and it was 162. It has made a difference. Each year, more and more nurses want to come. They want to give back. It’s so rewarding."

Jessica Stevenson, Assistant to Leslie Schoenfeld

"TRANSFORMATIVE. POWERFUL. HEALING. are a few adjectives I would use to describe my experiences working with the San Quentin T.R.U.S.T. Team on the health fair. 2018 was my second year of participation, and I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to not only be of service to "the Men in Blue'" but work shoulder to shoulder with them in the planning process as well as supporting the event on program day. It never ceases to amaze me at the sense of shared love, dignity, and a commitment for humanity I've witnessed by the "T.R.U.S.T. Men in Blue” to serve their community. It has been both an honor and a privilege to be a part of the San Quentin T.R.U.S.T. family and their continual work to center the lives of those whose voices are often marginalized, silenced, and forgotten.

Cheers to many, many more!!"

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