Spring issue of our Nevada Cure Newsletter is out now!

Our Informational Bulletin nr 28 (March 2018) is available to read online here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B07-M217YPaXWnNCOVNtMVhhQlU1UVB0c2lzbGZjQXZkOXNj/view?usp=sharing

We need volunteers for our activities!

Also, there have been no responses from any Nevada attorneys for a potential class action for Hep C treatment in Nevada’s prisons, which offer no medical care for Hep C sufferers.

Please spread the word, get involved!

NV-Cure Bookdrive to ESP completed! Thank you!

The NV-CURE Book Drive for ESP was completed on 4/2/16. The Icelady brought the books she gathered in the North down to William in Vegas. William combined them with the books-gather in Vegas. Laurie drove the books to Ely and delivered the books (13 boxes of paperback books) the Associate Warden at ESP.

Congratulations people and a big that you for the help – particularly to Icelady, William and Laurie. Good job done. The guys in solitary, and those who are forced to share a cell with another man for long hours per day, will appreciate them.

Our next goal for our book drive will be the women’s prison, FMWCC.

About the Medical Care at ESP:

11/16/2011

 
Family and Friends of Prisoners at Ely State Prison:

There is currently a medical care settlement at ESP which the court approved a year ago. An independent medical monitor has been appointed to oversee Ely State Prison’s compliance with the agreement for two years. Please write to Amy Fettig, ACLU Staff Counsel regarding ongoing medical issues at ESP. The ACLU is tracking and monitoring complaints and forwarding them for the Monitor’s review, according to Amy Fettig. Her address is:

Amy Fettig
Senior Staff Counsel
National Prison Project of the ACLU
915 15th St., NW 7th floor
Washington, DC 20001