Seated within the Judicial Complex, our Montrose facility houses over 70 clients and offers an array of services including employment rediness, case management, access to GED Education, and in-house substance use treatment. ATC staff prioritizes community safety by providing active supervision to residents and fostering an environment that encourages clients to establish and maintain long-term behavior and lifestyle changes. The Montrose facility accepts Community Corrections clients under Diversion, Transition, Community Return to Custody, Condition of Parole, and Condition of Probation. Additionally, the facility offers select Judicial Services including supervised UAs, and Electronic Home Monitoring (EHM). Please contact our facility in Montrose directly with additional inquiries.
Montrose Group Schedule
Our Montrose Colorado facility offers outpatient services including group therapy. To view a current schedule of groups click here.
Advantage Treatment Center Provides Narcan to Local School District
Montrose and Olathe high schools have received a supply of the opioid overdose treatment drug Naloxone, or Narcan, in case an overdose happens on campus. The treatment is in the form of a nasal spray, and reverses the effects of a narcotic overdose. Montrose County...
The Montrose Facility has done an amazing job integrating the clients into the community by way of sober activities. Teaching clients how to enjoy the great outdoors without being under the control of substances meets our mission every step of the way!
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Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT)
Intensive residential treatment for community corrections is a form of rehabilitation that is designed to provide structured and intensive support to individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system.
Judicial Services are provided to community members who are not in residential status but under the jurisdiction of a local Judicial Branch. Including monitored sobriety, oversight of community service, GPS, and SCRAM monitoring.
We are here to help with multiple treatments for mental health and substance abuse in underserved rural areas of Colorado. We offer various outpatient treatments and group therapy for a wide variety of mental health disorders.
Our General Contact Form will allow us to connect you with the right person for your needs. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital
P.O. Box 328 Sterling, CO 81401