Ex-Offender Reentry Programs

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    Programs that help people who have been released from a correctional facility make a successful transition to community life. Services generally include an assessment of the individual's needs, discussion of options and short-term case management involving coordination of needed services which may include housing location assistance, job training, job placement and retention services, legal assistance, literacy skills development, GED courses, parenting classes, life skills training, access to food and shelter resources, and other sources of support.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Assistance for Ex-Offenders - Second Chance CenterAssists formerly incarcerated men and women re-enter the community with assistance such as: - mentoring - addictions counseling - support groups - employment (resume assistance, interview preparation, clothing) - financial support for emergency housing - pre-release and parole plan developmentAdams CountySecond Chance CenterSecond Chance Center
    Own Your Future - College In ColoradoProvides online college and work planning assistance for ex-offenders.Denver CountyCollege In ColoradoCollege In Colorado
    Probation and Parole Assistance - Doing HIS Time Prison MinistryProvides transitional assistance to men and women on probation/parole for the first six months after their release. Also provides connections with metro area agencies when assistance is beyond the scope of the 72-Hour Fund.Jefferson CountyDoing HIS Time Prison MinistryDoing HIS Time Prison Ministry
    Reentry Employment Services (1675 Garden of the Gods Rd) - Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)CEO offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with recent criminal records. CEO’s model is based on a highly structured program of life skill education, short-term paid transitional employment, full-time job placement and post-placement services.El Paso County1675 Garden of the Gods Rd - Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
    Reentry Employment Services (3532 Franklin St) - Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)Offers comprehensive employment services for people with recent criminal records. CEO’s model is based on a program of the following: - Life skill education - Short-term paid transitional employment - Full-time job placement - Post-placement servicesDenver County3532 Franklin St - Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
    Re-Entry Program - Homeward AllianceProvides assistance for recently released detainees ranging from basic needs to extensive one-on-one case management, which includes connection to available resources and support with an emphasis on housing. This is an incentive-based program that is designed to motivate and support individuals reintegrating into the community after incarceration.Larimer CountyHomeward AllianceHomeward Alliance
    Resource Website - RemergProvides a website of resources curated specifically for the justice-involved population in Colorado.Denver CountyRemergRemerg
    Transition from Jail to Community Collaborative - Servicios de la RazaProvides the following services inside and outside of Denver City and County jails: - Case Management - Trauma/PTSD Treatment - Relapse Prevention - Peer Support, Mental Health, and Self-Help Groups - Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling and Groups - Vocational Services - Social Security Benefits AcquisitionDenver CountyServicios de la RazaServicios de la Raza
    Youth & Adult Incarceration Transition Assistance - G-L.I.F.E. OutreachProvides services for adults and juveniles who are currently on probation or incarcerated to assist them with getting back on a healthy and productive path in life while also preparing those who are incarcerated for transition & re-entry back into society through mentoring and biblical application.El Paso CountyG-L.I.F.E OutreachG-L.I.F.E. Outreach
    Youth Transitional Services (Thornton) - Denver Area Youth Services (DAYS)PATHS (Positive Alternative Through Home Services) provides community supervision for pre-adjudicated youth and youth re-entering the community from a secure facility. The goal is to ensure a safe and successful transition back into the community and life with family. Services include: - Community supervision - Case management - Tracking - Mentoring - Enrichment activities - Individual and family counseling Adams CountyThornton - Denver Area Youth Services (DAYS)Denver Area Youth Services (DAYS)

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