For more information on these topics, please review the Resident Guidebook and the Family Guidebook.

FAQs

  1. Community Corrections provides sentencing or placement alternatives in lieu of prison incarceration for felony offenders. Participating requires an offender to change his or her behavior, while allowing restricted access and privileges in the community.

  2. Visit our Evals webpage for information on this topic.

  3. We accept a wide variety of offenses. There is not a specific crime that results in an  automatic rejection. The details of the offense is only one of the questions asked during an evaluation and you are provided a chance to explain the offense.

  4. Visit our Evals webpage for information on this topic.

  5. Without a release of information we are unable to give out specific details regarding entry date, specific programming, or evaluation results.

  6. Visitation is currently suspended until further notice. 

    When visitation is reinstated, the following process will be in place to register for visitation:

    Please go to the Visitation Application Portal. Visitors must register online and be approved before scheduling a visit. All visitors will be subject to a background check and must comply with the guidelines outlined in the Resident Guidebook and the Family Guidebook.

  7. Visitation is currently suspended until further notice.

    When visitation is reinstated, the following process will be in place for visitation:

    Visitation is run as soon as possible, no less than once a week. If you applied more than seven days ago, please contact 970-498-7512 to confirm your application.

  8. Visitation is currently suspended until further notice.

    Staff cannot give out specific information about a denial. Visitation requests are automatically denied if: 

    • The individual is under criminal justice supervision (pretrial, probation, parole, etc)
    • The individual has an open criminal or DUI case
    • The individual is required to register as a sex offender
    • There is an active protection order with the resident
    • There was an error with the application (no name listed, no date of birth, multiple adults on one application)
    • The person is not a resident in Larimer County Community Corrections

    Residents can speak to their case managers about denied visitation requests. Visitors may reapply if they have resolved the original reason for denial (such as no longer being under supervision or correcting an error in the application).

  9. Visitation is currently suspended until further notice.

    Drop offs of food and personal property must be completed during approved times, not during scheduled visits.

  10. You can send your loved ones their belongings once they enter our program. We do not have a space to hold their belongings prior to their entry. You can address the items to your loved one and mail the package to 2255 Midpoint Drive Fort Collins, CO 80525. Dropping off items in-person at the facility is a good option, however please review the specific times and guidelines for this on the Facility Drop-offs webpage. If you are able to drop their items off in person, please be aware that you will not be allowed to visit with your loved one at that time. 

  11. Please visit our Facility Drop-offs webpage for information on this topic.

Contact Us

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: 7:45am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday

Per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Larimer County will provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with a disability who need assistance, unless doing so would impose an undue hardship to the County or fundamentally alter services.  Services can be arranged with at least seven (7) business days’ notice.  Please email cjsd_business_operations@larimer.org or call (970) 980-2679 or Relay Colorado 711.  “Walk-in” requests for auxiliary aids and services will be honored to the extent possible but may be unavailable if advance notice is not provided.