This section assesses client needs and risk to the community as well as their appropriateness to be supervised by Community Corrections. Staff interview potential clients, explain community corrections, complete standardized offender assessments and psychological testing or as needed. Information is obtained about residency, employment; past charges or convictions, escape risk, level of victim empathy and whatever else may be relevant to a given case. Staff presents the evaluation information to screening committees where a decision is made to either accept or reject the client for placement in LCCC.
The Residential Facility has the capacity for 326 clients who are primarily directly sentenced to Community Corrections or are transitioning out of prison prior to release on Parole. Clients live at the residential program for an average of eight to nine months, stabilizing their life in regards to issues such as treatment needs, employment and residence. Progress with court requirements such as; payment of restitution or completion of community service hours are monitored. Staff manages client finances initially and monitors their budgets throughout supervision. Structure is provided through drug and alcohol screening, Urinalysis or breathalyzer tests, client and room searches, facility counts and monitoring community locations on work, treatment or passes.
This is a residential program with 48 beds which is treatment focused. It offers female offenders a supportive environment and empowers them to take responsibility for the direction of their lives. An opportunity to address substance use and addiction issues, parenting, mental health and past trauma issues is offered in this program. They learn to become self sufficient by assisting them in gainful employment and learning to budget their finances. The goal is to facilitate internal change in a safe and compassionate environment. This program includes separate living areas from the male clients, employees specially trained staff, and encompasses a specific in-house curriculum.
A client is either directly sentenced to this program, transfers from pre-residential or most typically, transitions after successful completion of the residential program. The client is required to maintain their stability with treatment, residence and employment. A client tends to be in the program long term, until sentence completion. Like the residential program, the client is required to progress through levels of supervision with increasing freedoms and responsibilities. Community Supervision requires scheduled contact with clients living in their own residence. There is on-going crisis intervention, problem solving, medication monitoring and substance testing. Additionally, home visits and individual meetings with clients are required. The primary goal is to assist the client in making the transition to living in the community and completing their sentence successfully.
STIRRT provides a 14 day intensive residential program combined with six months of aftercare services tailored to men with drug or alcohol dependence and legal issues. It is a highly structured setting for individuals who face imminent incarceration without treatment. The primary goal of STIRRT is the reduction of substance abuse and criminal behavior with the immediate objectives of increasing treatment and compliance with criminal justice supervision.
WINR is a 90 day, intensive residential substance abuse treatment program. It has a gender-responsive, relationally based, and trauma informed approach developed exclusively for women offenders. This treatment program, through a contract with DCJ, is designed to serve both DOC transition and direct sentence to Community Corrections program clients from the entire state of Colorado.
This program is intended for individuals presenting with serious substance abuse problems, chronic mental illness, and a history of felony criminal conduct. Adult felons with histories of substance abuse and mental illness are eligible for services from the RDDT program. This treatment is intended for clients who are transitioning to lower-intensity levels of care and/or are re-integrating into the community and whose history of criminal behavior, chronic substance use disorder, lack of functional and supportive living situation, levels of social or psychological dysfunction that necessitate residential treatment. Offenders accepted into the program must have been specifically assessed as appropriate for RDDT placement according to the Adult Standardized Offender Assessment (as revised) and mental health screens and assessments.
The purpose of the program is to provide an alternative to incarceration for individuals that are repeat offenders with mental health issues. The program provides intensive supervision and treatment to these offenders as well as monitored medications, substance testing, and intensive case management, assistance with basic needs, housing and employment. More information on Alternatives to Incarceration for Individuals with Mental health needs (AIIM)
This program identifies and assists in meeting the needs of LCCC clients with past or current victimization issues. This program also coordinates services for victims of LCCC client offenses. Victim Services provides counseling, support, advocacy and referral for services. Support Groups are provided as needed.
This program provides day type reporting services to a wide variety of customers ranging from people who are not involved with the legal system to clients who are transitioning from prison and need close monitoring. DRC provides services such as drug and alcohol screening, medication monitoring, curfew checks or other services useful to a supervising agency. Clients may be directly sentenced to the Day Reporting Center but primarily receive services at the request of collateral agencies that contract with us.
The CCTU provides emergency and court transportation services for juveniles who have been detained by law enforcement agencies on a 24/7 basis. They also provide mental health transports for LCMH (Larimer Center for Mental Health) along the Front Range. Additionally, they conduct juvenile home visits for the Department of Human Services and LCCC community supervision clients. Other duties include; stand by security at the HUB, courtroom security, and various transport operations as required for LCCC residential clients.