We offer many services to adults involved with the criminal justice system. They may suffer from mental health or substance use disorders or both, and these challenges may be at the heart of criminal behavior and recidivism. We focus on strengths and solutions to help individuals bring about positive change in their lives.
Contact 970.347.2120 to refer someone to one of the services described here or to learn more.
Our Adult Outpatient Program includes several services for those who have charges related to domestic violence or alcohol or drug abuse.
- Relapse Prevention is intended for individuals who are charged with, or who have problems with alcohol or drug abuse-related charges. A minimum of 20 classes, this program helps individuals avoid relapse or recidivism by teaching healthy coping skills and positive alternatives to abusing drugs and alcohol.
- Offender Self-Management is for those who have charges or who have problems with issues related to anger. We offer a series of classes that teach anger-management and relapse-prevention skills.
- Level II Education is exclusively for individuals who have been charged with DUI or DWAI. This program consists of 24 hours (12 classes).
- Level II Therapy is for those who have been charged with two or more DUIs or DWAIs, or high BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration) level. This program is divided into Tracks A, B, C, or D, depending on how many DUIs received or the BAC level.
- Domestic Violence treatment is for those who have been charged with or who have problems with intimate partner abuse. A minimum of 36 classes, this treatment teaches anger management, conflict resolution, and communication techniques, among other skills.
Read more about the Adult Outpatient Program here.
BASIC (Behavioral Alternative Services in Community) is designed to provide treatment rather than incarceration for individuals whose offenses are caused by or influenced by mental health problems, the use of substances, or a combination of both. More information is available here.
Drug Treatment Court integrates substance use disorder and mental health treatment as well as intensive supervision and judicial oversight to promote recovery and individual responsibility, to reduce crime, and to improve the quality of life for participants and their families. This program is a collaborative effort of the Department of Human Services (DHS), the Judicial System, attorneys, and North Range Behavioral Health True North Intensive Services.
Family Treatment Court helps families reunite or stay together while addressing substance use disorders and mental illness. This program is a collaborative effort of the Department of Human Services (DHS), the Judicial System, attorneys, guardians ad litem, and North Range Behavioral Health True North Intensive Services.
Parents who participate receive a deferred Dependency and Neglect charge and keep their children in the home, have increased visitations, or may have their children returned home sooner. Families who demonstrate a need for housing may be able to live in supported housing to assist them in providing healthy, substance-free homes for their children. While in supported housing, they seek employment and then begin paying rent, striving to become independent of the program.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is intensive treatment for men and women who have significant problems in their lives because of the use, abuse, or addiction to alcohol or drugs. Individuals are eligible for this program if assessed as needing treatment by a clinician or drug/alcohol evaluator in the criminal justice or human service systems. Read more about this program here.
The South County program serves southern Weld County with a variety of mental health and substance use services. We have offices in Frederick and Fort Lupton. Please call 303.857.2723.
North Range Behavioral Health serves children, youth, adults, and families, across a wide spectrum of needs, economic status and race; we serve people with insurance, Health First Colorado (Medicaid), Medicare, CHP+, and those without insurance. Most services can be provided in English and Spanish by bilingual, culturally-sensitive behavioral health professionals.