Current Waitlist - Updated September 7, 2018
  • Males sentenced to LCCC by court: approximately 7-8 weeks after sentencing
  • Females sentenced to LCCC by court: approximately 1-2 weeks after sentencing
  • Males transitioning from Dept of Corrections (DOC): approximately 6 months after acceptance
  • Females transitioning from Dept of Corrections (DOC): approximately 6 months after acceptance

Time frames may differ for residential offenders on the waitlist for specialized programming (inpatient substance abuse or dual diagnosis treatment).  Waitlist estimates will be updated twice monthly.

Please note that for security reasons, we are unable to provide an exact transfer date for any individual.  

As designed under Colorado statute, Community Corrections works to reintegrate adult felony offenders into the local community. Community Corrections provides the following services in residential and nonresidential settings to offenders: individual and group counseling, life skills training, financial planning and management, and crisis intervention.

Program Contacts

Program Point of Contact
Treatment Programs

Michael Ruttenberg
(970) 498-7554

Residential, Transportation or Day Reporting Dana Hersch
(970) 498-7558
Evaluations for Placement and Case Management Alexis Ongley
(970) 498-7566

State Agencies

Our program coordinates services for victims of CJSD-supervised offenders.  One of the most common services is notification of offender status/critical stage changes for victims who have enrolled in our notification program.  Victim Services will also facilitate opportunities for victims to provide input to the screening process for offenders considered for acceptance into Community Corrections.  Additionally, our program assists in meeting the needs of offenders who are victims of a separate crime.  Our Victim Services program provides counseling, support, advocacy and information to victims, as well as any needed referrals for outside services.  Visit our Victim Services page for more information.

For information on the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), Community Corrections' commitment to zero tolerance of harassment and abuse, and options for reporting incidents/concerns, please visit our PREA Information & Reporting page.

Annual Reports and Audits:

Judge Ball was for many years a loved and respected jurist in Larimer County. Each spring this award is given in his memory to a recipient who has significantly contributed toward improving the quality of criminal justice in  Larimer County. 

For more information about the award, visit the Judge Conrad L. Ball Award homepage.

At Community Corrections, our most valuable asset is dedicated people.  Learn more about volunteer and internship opportunities.

Contact Us

2255 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80525
Men's Program: (970) 498-7527 | Women's Program: (970) 498-7570
Day Reporting Center Color Line: 970-498-7545 | Hours: 9:30am - 7:00pm every day
Administration: (970) 498-7530 | Hours: 8am - 5pm, Monday - Friday