A message from Intervention Inc. About Covid-19

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Intervention, Inc., a Colorado nonprofit corporation, has provided Colorado with quality criminal justice services for over 30 years. COVID-19 is proving to be a challenge across the globe and especially so for criminal justice providers whose facilities and operations were not designed for a pandemic. COVID-19 affects everyone involved in the criminal justice system: clients receiving our services, family members of clients, victims of crime, and our dedicated and hardworking staff members.


Intervention has proactively implemented an outstanding prevention and management plan for all services it provides. Intervention’s plan implemented all CDC, federal, Colorado and local health department guidelines as they were released. Intervention worked with community officials to assure that the safety of our staff, clients and the public is at the forefront of our operations.


Intervention is committed to a team effort to meet the challenges presented by COVID-19. We are proud of our dedicated staff and the high quality essential criminal justice services they continue to provide.

Notice to intervention clients. For your safety and the safety of our employees:

If you are exhibiting any signs of illness, please do not enter any intervention location.

Please contact your probation officer or referring agent for further direction.

Clients exhibiting any signs of illness will be denied services and asked to leave the premises.

We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation.



· Acknowledge the dignity of every individual 

· Demonstrate cultural awareness 


· Demonstrate honesty and trustworthiness with clients, the community and each other 

· Act in an ethical manner 


· Delivery of courteous, quality customer service 

· Fair and consistent with policy accordance 

· Provide the information necessary for all to do their jobs 

· Communicate effectively at all levels 


· Recognize the lived experience of others 

· Interact with people where they are at in the moment 

· Trauma informed 


· Desire for ongoing learning 

· Actively listening and learning roles of others 

· Seek to understand and to be understood 


· Support and provide staff with comprehensive training and tools 

· Display highest level of service delivery 

· Demonstrate and embody the mission and values 

· Adhere to policy and procedures 

· Effectively address and resolve conflicts 


Our Mission

To remove barriers and positively change the lives of the justice-involved, we follow the ABCs:


Achieve the best outcomes for our clients 

Be a leader in quality, integrated services 

Create solutions with our community partners 

Our Vision

Communities without recidivism, trauma, and addiction 

Together at the Top

About Us

Intervention, Inc. was incorporated as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit Corporation  in June 1986, providing In-home Detention monitoring for criminal justice agencies throughout Colorado. 


In 1990, Intervention, Inc became the first, and only,  non-profit entity to provide Private Probation Services in Colorado. Since then, we have become the leading provider for Private Probation, technology monitoring, UA services and specialty programs such as Inmate-Outmate and High- Risk DUI (HRD), in Colorado.  


We currently provide services in the following Counties: Jefferson, Pueblo, Fremont, Chaffee, Park, Adams, Broomfield, Weld and Boulder. 


In 2002, Intervention, Inc. opened our first community corrections program in Jefferson County, becoming the only non-profit agency, in Colorado, to provide these services.  We currently provide community corrections services in Jefferson, Pueblo, Weld, Adams and Boulder Counties.

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Kelly Sengenberger

Chief Executive Officer

12600 W. Colfax Ave,

Suite B-410

Lakewood, CO 80215


Julie Stransky

Executive Director of

Field Services

12600 W. Colfax Ave,

Suite B-410

Lakewood, CO 80215


​Brian Hulse

Executive Director of

Intervention Community

Corrections Services

1651 Kendall, 

Lakewood CO 80214


Randy Saucedo

Director of

Victim Services

12600 W. Colfax Ave,

Suite B-410

Lakewood, CO 80215