Services & Programs

We are here to help our community through various services & programs

We offer a  community-centric approach to public safety.

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

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.

Outpatient Services

We are here to help with treatments for mental health and substance abuse in underserved rural areas of Colorado. Our various outpatient treatments and group therapy for our community. 

Community Corrections

ATC Diversion program assists individuals that were sentenced to community corrections in lieu of the Department of Corrections as pursuant to CRS 17-27-104. 

Alamosa

2017 Lava Lane
Alamosa, CO 81101
719-589-7500

Craig

59 W. 6th St. Craig, CO
81625
970-824-0311

 

Ft. Morgan

219 E. Railroad Ave.
Fort Morgan, CO 80701

 

Lamar

800 E. Maple St.
Lamar, CO 81052
719-336-0650

 

LaJunta

212 Santa Fe Ave.
LaJunta, CO 81050
719-468-2126

 

Montrose

1230 N. Grand Ave.
Montrose, CO 81401
970-964-2777

 

Sterling

12220 Hwy 61
Sterling, CO 80751

970-522-7383

 

Sidney, NE

1114 Toledo St.
Sydney, NE 69162
970-747-8177

 

Helpful Forms

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the IRT Program?

The IRT program is a 90 day program. It is required of you to arrive to the program free from the effects of mood altering substances. You will be required to submit to a breathalyzer and urinalysis test upon arriving at the program. If you arrive intoxicated, you may be transported to the nearest detox facility and risk forfeiting your bed date. You are required to present to the facility on the date and time agreed upon in your acceptance letter.

Is community corrections like community service? 

While community service is often a part of some parole conditions most community corrections programs are designed to help rehabilitate and help those living in our community.  

How do I know if Intensive Residential Treatment is the right program?

We consult and work with our local judicial officials to provide updated information about the success of our program. There are many factors that affect outcome of an IRT Program including seriousness of offense, willingness to participate, criminal history, and availability. 

Do you have beds available now? 

Our availability changes weekly, sometimes even daily.  The best way to see what our current availability is would be to click here and view our real-time, updated list. 

What types of therapy do you offer?

Our various programs offer therapy that is proven to help with long term success.  Our clinicians will asses and determine the therapy best suited to help you succeed.

How much does treatment cost?

While the cost of treatment or services can be a deterrent for some, we encourage you to reach out and learn about the ways we can help with financial barriers.

Is community corrections the same as jail? 

Community corrections programs are not the same as jail or prison. While individuals in community corrections may have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to a period of supervision, they are not incarcerated in a jail or prison facility. Instead, they are often allowed to live in the community while receiving supervision and support from community corrections programs.

Contact Us

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

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P.O. Box 328 Sterling, CO 80751

Corporate Mailing

irtreferrals@atreatmentcenters.com