On August 14, 2018 the County Commissioners presented a Proclamation honoring the BCDRC’s Amigos in Mediation (AIM) Peer Mediation Program to commence 20 years of service to local schools! Commissioner Tommy Calvert, Pct. 4 sponsored the Proclamation. The AIM Program is proudly supported by the San Antonio Bar Association/Foundation. The AIM Program provides conflict resolution and peer mediation training services at no cost to all Bexar County schools, grades 3-12.
Pictured from left to right: Mike Lozito, Director, Judicial Services; Chief Sheriff Sandoval; Santos Vargas, President, San Antonio Bar Association; Commissioner Rodriguez; Dan Naranjo; Judge Wolff; DeAnna Curcio, AIM Peer Mediation Program Coordinator; Al Cortez, Director, BCDRC; Commissioner Wolff; Frank Rizzo, the founding AIM Peer Mediation Program Coordinator; Marisela Martinez, Esther Duenas and Ginny Lester, members of the Advisory Board; Commissioner Calvert; Rene De La Cruz, volunteer AIM Trainer; Beth Watkins, Immediate Past President of the San Antonio Bar Association.