Community Corrections Programs

Program Elements

Available service elements for residential and non-residential include, but are not limited to:

  • Case Management
  • Job Readiness Training
  • Cognitive Training (Quick Skills)
  • Assessment & Treatment Plan Development
  • Life Skills Enhancement
  • Employment Assistance
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Offense-Specific Treatment
  • Victim Impact Panels
  • Routine Financial Planning
  • Field Investigation & Monitoring
  • Employment Verification
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Random Urinalyses
  • Random Breathalyzers
  • Monitored Sobriety
  • Graduated Limit Setting
  • Monthly Progress Reports to Referring Agency
  • Aggregate Statistical Summaries   


CMI-Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT) Program is a 90-day evidence-based program, licensed and approved by the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH), that is intended for individuals presenting with serious substance abuse problems and history of criminal conduct. The program offers a highly-structured treatment setting which is conducive to learning and recovery while enhancing public safety.

The purpose of IRT is to provide an intensive treatment intervention with the goal of a comprehensive transitional after care plan to include wrap around services that will assist with their short and long term sobriety.


CMI provides comprehensive residential treatment services to offenders. Each client is assessed by professional staff utilizing instruments designed to elicit criminogenic needs and offender risks. A clearly defined, individualized treatment plan is developed with the client which systematically moves the client toward increasing responsibility and self-awareness while providing appropriate supervision to enhance community safety.

Our goal is to release clients with skill appropriate employment, cash savings, suitable housing, an addiction-free lifestyle, enhanced impulse control, and improved problem solving skills. Clients are transferred from residential to community aftercare in accordance with clearly defined criteria established in conjunction with local authorities. 


CMI operates comprehensive non-residential service centers. Clients are referred by the Courts, Probation, Law Enforcement, Parole, and Private Industry. 

Community Alternative programs are offered at all of our locations. Each offender is carefully assessed and an individualized program plan developed which includes both treatment and supervision. Random and routine monitoring is conducted in accordance with strict standards.

Our non-residential program are routinely audited by federal, state, and local oversight agencies and have consistently received superior to excellent ratings.


CMI Outpatient Treatment Program is licensed and approved by the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) and is an approved treatment provider for the Colorado Department of Corrections. CMI uses OBH approved evidence based curriculum that is intended for individuals presenting with substance abuse problems and may have a history of criminal conduct. 

The purpose of CMI Outpatient programming is to provide treatment to individuals at the level of care needed with appropriate wrap-around services that will assist with their short and long term sobriety. Groups offered are drug and alcohol education and higher treatment levels including weekly, enhanced and intensive drug and alcohol treatment.