Colorado Department of Corrections: The Colorado Department of Corrections is in charge of operating the state prisons under the surveillance of Colorado State government. This has a variety of services and policies to help families and friends visit offenders without any trouble. Detailed instructions in the website will guide you.
Focus Reentry: FOCUS- as the one and only formal reentry program available to Boulder County Jail prisoners- hopes to increase public safety and minimize recidivism. It serves as a bridge bringing inmates to stability, development and finally self-sufficiency.
e-Colorado Reentry Services : e-Colorado Reentry Services is unique for its “case management model’ which offers multiple services and programs. The implementation of the plan is based on incentives and serves as a part of the supervision plan.
Independence House: The Independence House operates to fulfill its mission of aligning offenders with treatment and vocational resources that best prepare them for community release. This greatly prioritizes safety at Independence House as it’s the utmost important responsibility of the IH.
Inside Out: THe Inside Out is an organization that provides state licensed and DOC (Department of Correction) approved treatment for ex-offenders as well as offers services, protections and counseling to outpatients, homeless and abandoned children. Inside out has a program to help felons’ re-entry to the community within one to three years with a detailed outline.
Cheyenne Mountain Re-Entry Center (CMRC): The Community Education Center was founded in 1977 in Colorado and it has grown rapidly to become a leading national provider of in-prison treatment programs, reentry and secure facilities with three divisions. CEC’s commission is to break the cycle of recidivism and help to build a safe and strong community.