Triple CMS is an inmate on medication, for the who had some mental problems the CDC will put his or status as Triple CMS, and the imate will be housed to be a single cell person - It's not a place, it a state of health.
Hi Karen... Thank u so much for replying to my letter. It is somewhat comforting to know that other moms are feeling our pain, no one else could possibly understand. My son like yours misses his lil girl so much at times he just does not want to go on because he hurts to badly. I got a letter from him the other day saying that if he were to die he wants me to write on his grave marker, "I love you my beautiful girl" so every time she visits she will read how much her daddy loved her. Isn't that sad? I was raised in southern Cal in Gardena and orange county, where are you exactly? I will be praying for all of us moms and the moms of our grandchildren who seem to be heartless. I know that all I have is my faith in God that he will get us thru this horrible nightmare. My son only has 18 mos. to go, I can not even imagine 8 years but in California I am sure they usually only serve approx. 1/2 their time. Check into it, I imagine it depends on the crime. Please keep in touch. HUGS, LINDA Donovan's mom
I sincerely pray that it will be your grandaughter who picks the headstone for your son. And she puts nothing came between me and my daddy! (or no one). I have been strong through Marissa's cancer and my son's trial. But I really don't think I could make it having to bury a child or grandchild. When my son was first arrested I thought for sure Marissa wasn't going to make it and this was God's way of sparing us the pain of watching her go. I don't know how parents survive it. I'm getting chest pain just thinking of it. But Marissa has survived 1 year post bone marrow transplant and I know she will make it now. The doctors say if she makes it 2 yrs her chances of survival are 90%. My daughter's husband's cousin's 6 yr old daughter has chronic myeloid leukemia M7. Her name is Brissa. She was diagnosed 2 months after Marissa. She underwent her second BMT in December. Marissa's Dr. says she had one M7 pt. survive. Every time I see Brissa's mother I can't help but cry. She is such a good mom and I know she will most likely lose her daughter.
I'm in such a down mood tonight. I was on the phone earlier tonight with Sonny, and another inmate came up to him and asked him if I would take his wife to the hospital. She has breast cancer that has spread. She has a 7yr old that she is trying to care for and getting radation at the same time.Her son had fever, the chills and he was crying cuz his bones hurt. She didn't want me to go get her she said she could drive so my daughter and I met her at the hospital. My daughter had to carry him from the car. Thank god he just has a bad case of the flu. I told her to take him to my work tomorrow, I work for a pediatrician. I'll have the dr check him out. It just breaks my heart. This is her third relapse in 6 yrs. I met her about 4 wks ago and I can see her health failing fast. Her sister is paid by the state to help her and doesn't. I told her she needs to fire her sister and get someone who will help her. I told her to go to City of Hope for a 2nd opinion. The one thing I have learned thru Marissa's cancer, is the hospitals don't tell you if another hospital is having sucess with new treatments. You have to find out for yourself. UCLA and Childrens Hosp. turned Brissa down for a transplant. They said she wasn't a candidate. I told her dad to go to city of hope and they have done it twice for her. I'm ranting again, it must be lack of sleep or menopause, maybe both.
Tell your son he will be with his daughter again, and as much as he loves her, she knows it, and her mother can never take that away from her.
night for now,
I'm not sure if there are any specific prisons for Trip CMS. I know somebody at Mule Creek who is Trip CMS - and is not single celled. Before that there was Salinas Valley, not single celled there either.
I'm guessing that CDCR does not "cater" (their word, not mine) to any of the inmates who need special treatment - other than to throw them on an SNY yard.
If their mental health is "bad" enough, maybe they can be sent to the new facility in Stockton - even though Salinas Valley supposedly had a "state of the art" mental health facility open not all that long ago. (More taxpayer money to build things that CDCR won't utilize to their intended capacity)
Sorry, I could rant all day about CDCR
Originally Posted by babs1
Does anyone Know what California prisons take triple CMS
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