ICCS-Weld is positioned within walking distance to public transportation (one stop being directly in front of the facility). Greeley/Evans Transit (GET) bus service is currently available to serve ICCS clients. North Range Behavioral Health, an approved treatment provider for substance abuse and mental health is located 4 blocks northwest of the facility. A parking lot is located on the ICCS sight with sufficient parking for services and populations served. The facility is just north of employment and service opportunities for our clients.
The two-story building (35,750 sq feet) was built in 2010 and with residential rooms on the first and second floor along with handicap accessibility to the entryway, toilets and showers. Adequate ingress and egress is available for handicapped individuals. An elevator provides access to all levels of the building. Handicap accessible restrooms are available on all floors. In addition, each residential floor has rooms that provide handicap accessible showers. The facility is in compliance with the Colorado Community Corrections Standards.
Clients are afforded roommate style living arrangements in sleeping rooms accommodating two to eight clients. While not specified in ACA Standards, ICCS is in compliance with Colorado Community Corrections Standards (August 2010) and Community Return to Custody Facility Standards regarding floor space for clients (40 square feet per client).
ICCS has provided residential and non-residential community corrections services to the 19th Judicial District since July 2008.
Address: 1101 H Street Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 584-2520
Office Hours: 24 Hours/7 days a week ADULT MONITORING ONLY
Monitoring Hours for Urine Screens and Breath Testing: N/A
Programs Offered at this Facility
Transition - Transition residents are referred by the Department of Corrections (DOC) and are placed at ICCS prior to their sentence discharge, release to Parole, or release to the Inmate Intensive Supervision Program, under supervision of the Department of Corrections, Division of Adult Parole and Community Corrections.
Diversion - Diversion residents are placed in the program as a condition of their probation or as a direct sentence. Diversion clients who successfully complete the residential portion of the program move to non-residential supervision where they progress toward independent living utilizing community support and services.
Non-Residential - Diversion clients who successfully complete the terms and condition of the residential program progress to the ICCS non-residential program. On this level of supervision, clients have demonstrated an acceptable level of responsibility and ability to live independently in the community. Most non-residential clients continue in prescribed treatment on an aftercare basis and many continue to pay restitution and/or participate in other activities.
Condition of Parole (COP) - ICCS provides services to parolees either as a condition of their parole ordered by the State Parole Board, or as a new parolee lacking an appropriate residence in the community.
Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT) - This ninety day residential drug and alcohol treatment program is unique to the IRT programs in Colorado as it accepts only Weld County residents. This has allowed tailored programming specific to the community. IRT is open to Diversion, Transition, and Condition of Parole clients. The mix of these populations offers a diverse outlook on addiction for both clients and staff facilitating this program. ICCS’ goal is to retain or return these clients to the community with the tools to maintain sobriety and to identify resources in the community both while under supervision and for long term support.
Sex Offender (SXO) - Following Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) standards, ICCS provides residential case management, accountability oversight and “Bridge Treatment” (provided by SOMB approved providers) to offenders who are or will become involved in Sex Offense Specific Treatment. ICCS staff is part of the containment team who meet regularly to insure compliance on the part of the offender. Per SOMB ICCS staff is a part of the Containment Team.
Federal Probation Clinical Services - Through Behavioral Treatment Services (BTS), clinicians provide assessments for mental health and substance abuse issues for federal parole clients. This includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other treatment on an individual or group basis. This modality allows for federal probationers to maintain their community placement.
Program Director Raquel DeNaeyer. firstname.lastname@example.org