The approach was inspired in part by Collie’s recently released documentary “The Mountain”, which premiered on the Blaze and DISH network last year in conjunction with the re-release of his critically acclaimed live album recording Mark Collie & His Reckless Companions: Alive At Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary (Eagle Rock Entertainment). The album was originally recorded in 2001 live for the inmates at Brushy Mountain, carrying on the legacy of Collie’s friend and inspiration Johnny Cash.

“As a company we are constantly looking for innovative approaches to improve the health of our patients and help ensure their successful re-entry into society,” Corizon CEO Witty said. “Mark’s prior work clearly had a profound impact on those individuals with whom he engaged and we are excited to collaborate with him on a national scale.”

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