Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT)
Located within the Sterling and Alamosa facilities, the IRT program provides a 90-day intensive treatment program to justice involved clients that have a history of substance use. Primarily utilizing cognitive behavioral interventions, clients can expect to receive a wide array of treatment modalities including intensive case management, life skills sessions, group and individual therapy, peer lead services and activities, as well as evidenced based curriculums including Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), Seeking Safety, and Strategies for Self Improvement and Change. Our program focuses on recovery from substances as well as criminal conduct.
Referrals for IRT are accepted from the Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Department of Corrections, or a Probation Department. If you have a client you would like to be considered for placement in our IRT program, please contact one of our IRT Coordinators below.
STERLING IRT PROGRAM
970-522-7383 ext. 106
ALAMOSA IRT PROGRAM
ATC Diversion program assists individuals that were sentenced to community corrections in lieu of Department of Corrections as pursuant to CRS 17-27-104. These individuals still exhibit the potential to succeed in the community but will benefit from treatment and the other residential services offered at the ATC program. Upon earning their progress through the residential program, diversion clients can do a portion of their sentence on nonresidential status. These clients are under the jurisdiction of the Division of Criminal Justice and must be accepted by the Logan County Community Corrections Board prior to admittance.
ATC Transition program assists those clients that are transitioning out of the Department of Corrections and show the potential to succeed in the community, but could benefit from the treatment and supervision offered residentially at ATC. These individuals are still considered “inmate” status and are under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections. Depending on their progress, these clients are working towards “parole” status. These clients must be accepted by the Logan County Community corrections board prior to acceptance.
Community Return to Custody
ATC/CRCF program accepts clients that were on parole and they recently experienced difficulties while on parole status. The intent of the program is to focus on the issue(s) that caused the individual to fail on parole status, rather than returning the client to DOC institution from a technical violation. These individuals are temporarily placed in the facility for treatment purposes only, but are eventually allowed to leave the facility for work purposes depending on progress in treatment. These clients are under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections pursuant to senate bill 252.
Condition of Parole
These clients are on parole status and have a situation(s) that require that they participate in the ATC residential program for a period of time. These individuals have either encountered some behaviors that are not conducive to healthy social living and or they have had some problem either securing or maintain stable housing. These clients are under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections.
Condition of Probation
Clients admitted under this status are on probation and have recently experienced problems and or difficulties while on probation status. They have been admitted to the program for a period of stability and to obtain assistance with completion of their probation period successfully. These clients are under the jurisdiction of the referring Probation department.
ATC staff provides services to clients that are not currently in residential status, but still under the jurisdiction of the 13th Judicial Court system. These services include monitored sobriety, installing and monitoring of GPS devices, SCRAM units and oversite of community service hours. These services exist to assist the client in successful completion of their obligation to the courts.