That's a very good question. There's a drug treatment court in Vancouver, and I haven't seen the data coming out of that. I know anecdotally from those who work in that field that they believe it's very successful.
I can tell you, I have worked in the provincial correction system, and at the time I was there around 2006, 2007, and 2008, we found the same, that 63% of those in jail had either a substance abuse and/or mental health disorder, and generally both.
It's very challenging treating those with substance abuse or mental health disorders in jail. It's not an optimal place for people. Again, if you want to adopt a health approach, if somebody has an illness, putting them in jail isn't the best way to treat them.
Absolutely, we need to be looking at novel ways of treating populations that really are just going to cycle back through the jail.