Community Service Projects

 

Angel Tree

ICCS Kendall and West participated in giving gifts from the Angel Tree. This was an opportunity to give back to community during the holiday season. After gathering the names and ages of children from the Renaissance Children’s Center next to the Kendall facility, security staff decorated the Angel Trees at both ICCS Kendall and West with the names. With 70 child care slots targeted for homeless or low-income families, RCC is one of the few remaining early childhood education centers to serve low income and/or homeless families. Staff selected the names and brought in new gifts to make the holiday season a little brighter for the local families with children. The Aurora Field Services office was a designated drop off site and collected toys for tots during the month of December.

Gloves for the Homeless

The Golden, Green Mountain, and Arvada Field Services Offices worked with Project Feed a non-profit, whose goals is to provide free meals and other resources to the homeless around the Denver/Metro area. The glove fundraiser was one of the first fundraisers. Intervention donated 65 gloves.

Food Drives

Westminster Field Services Office collected food items during the holidays for the Broomfield Fish food pantry.

 

The Golden, Green Mountain, and Arvada Field Services Offices collected food items during the holidays for the Family Tree and the Jeffco Action Center food pantry.

Boulder and Longmont Field Services Offices collected food items during the holidays for Sister Carmans and OURS food pantries.

Grand Junction Field Services Office collected food for “The House” a homeless shelter in Mesa County, for juveniles for the months of October, November, and December. Ink Cartridges for the Victim Service Fund All offices participated in the recycling of toners and ink jets which all proceeds go to Victim Services Fund to assist victims of crime and violence.

Events and News

Upcoming events

Community Garden at Intervention Community Corrections Kendall Facility (Lakewood)

In conjunction with Jefferson County Justice Services, Intervention staff and clients began work on a community garden.  

The produce from the garden will be donated to local food banks and non-profits in the community. This effort is a great example of restorative justice practices.

Upcoming open house events:

 

Golden, Boulder and Pueblo in 2015, with dates to be determined.

 

News

06/19/15

Intervention is proud to announce we have been selected as the sole source vendor for private probation services in the 20th Judicial District in Boulder County.

06/03/15

Intervention is proud to announce we have been selected to be the sole source vendor for private probation services in the 17th Judicial District, which includes Adams and Broomfield Counties.

05/20/15

Going Denim for Victims 2015

The week of April 19, 2015 was designated as National Crime Victims Rights Week and the theme was "Engaging Communities Empowering Victims." Intervention, ICCS and BTS employees were invited to participate in the Going Denim for Victims 2015 Fundraising Campaign.

As the leader in private probation and community corrections, Intervention has began fundraising campaigns to raise money for our Victim Assistance Emergency Fund. This account provides victims of crime with a one-time financial assistance. Our competitors don't do this at all. We raised nearly $1,000.00 for the victim fund!

05/12/15

Intervention is proud to announce we have been selected to continue providing Private Probation Services in Pueblo for the 10th Judicial District.

 

05/12/15

Intervention is proud to announce we have been selected to continue providing Private Probation Services in Alamosa and surrounding counties for the 12th Judicial District.

 

04/17/15

Intervention is proud to announce we have been selected to continue providing Useful Public Service for Alamosa County.

 

03/10/15

Intervention, Inc. is excited to distribute our second company wide external newsletter. By sharing the newsletter, we hope to provide useful and timely information about our resources, programming, successes, calendar of events, and strategic goals and objectives.

 

March 2015 Newsletter

 

12/02/14

Intervention is proud to announce we have been selected to continue providing Useful Public Service for Pueblo County.

 

11/04/14

On 10/31/14 the 17th Judicial District Domestic Violence Task Force sponsored a round table discussion with judges and interested stakeholders to discuss topics of interest and share information. There were over 60 attendees for the event.

  

The co-chairs of the task force Randy Saucedo, who is the Statewide Victim Services Coordinator for Intervention, Inc. and Shane Stockley from probation moderated the discussion.  The photograph below is of Chief Judge Patrick Murphy who opened the meeting with words of encouragement and praise for the work of the task force and stakeholders.

 

08/22/14

Intervention's victim services most recent "fun-raiser" was "Flip Flop Friday."  On Friday 8/22/14, employees were allowed to wear flip flops to work and donated $5.00 to the victim services account. We raised over $250.00 in one day!  Several of our offices participated in the event and even had contests between offices.

This money will go directly to providing services for victims of crime and showing the community that we are truly the "provider of choice" for private offender supervision in Colorado.​

 

08/07/14

Intervention, Inc. is excited to distribute our first company wide external newsletter.  As a company we have a strong desire to increase communication with our external and internal stakeholders.  By sharing the newsletter, we hope to provide useful and timely information about our resources, programming, successes, calendar of events, and strategic goals and objectives.

 

August 2014 Newsletter

 

06/20/14

The Longmont Field Services Office had an Open House Event on June 19, 2014.  Guests were provided a light lunch, taken on a tour of the office, and learned about the services and programs Intervention offers in Boulder County. There were several representatives from probation, treatment, support agencies, the district attorneys office, municipalities (including the City of Longmont), colleges and universities (including the University of Colorado, Front Range Community College and IBMC) .  The photo below is a group of probation officers from the City of Longmont asking questions about programing and services provided in Longmont.