Welcome Back Center Post-Release Transitional Services

TRI’s Longmont Welcome Back Center at 402 Kimbark Street in Longmont, Colorado is fully funded by the Latino Coalition for Community Leadership and State House Bills: HB14-1355, SB18-1176 and HB18-1176 through the Colorado Department of Corrections in the amount of $211,600.

At the Welcome Back Center TRI offers a wide array of services to post-released parolees including supportive services, incentive-based services, and contracted services (services offered in house by other organizations), all aimed at supporting our member’s journey towards self-sufficiency.

Supportive Services are provided as budget permits on a case-by-case basis and must be used to support active engagement in the program. Services from other entities may also be researched and coordinated by staff. They include:

  • Financial Assistance Programs for gap medication, education certification, employment tools/uniforms, housing assistance for 1st month’s rent/security deposit or rental assistance step up program.
  • Mobility/Transportation Assistance to pay for monthly bus passes, daily bus tickets, gas cards, vehicle emergency maintenance.
  • Basic Needs including financial assistance for basic needs (i.e. clothing & hygiene).
    • All participants receive free hygiene and clothing from The TRI Shop.
    • Basic needs assistance is provided for employment or educational needs.
  • The TRI Shop: All enrolled participants may visit The TRI Shop four times per year for clothing, shoes and seasonal apparel and household goods. The TRI Shop is by appointment only, as approved by the Care Manager.
  • Identification & Birth Certificate Assistance: We assist with obtaining identification documentation.

Incentives recognize our members achievements as they complete TRI program milestones.  They are achievement based for specific and predetermined activities and milestones that indicate progress.  Activities include attending and successfully completiing our Life Skills group, obtaining and retraining employment and completion of other TRI treatment groups.  Incentives are intended to support participant goals and overall success towards self-sufficiency.

Participants will have an opportunity to obtain a gift card/voucher or tangible gift to be used at their convenience for completion of a life skills curriculum.

Outpatient Therapeutic Treatment Services include Individual Therapeutic, Group Treatment and Coordinated Therapeutic Care Services inresponse to the widest variety of individual care needs.

  • Individual Therapeutic Services: Somatic Resourcing, Mindfulness training, Trauma Psychoeducation and General Processing and Coping Skill Practice, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, General Mental Health Evaluation, SUD Assessment, Short-Term Intensive Therapy
  • Group Treatment Services: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Seeking Safety, Relapse Prevention, Gestalt Therapy, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Trauma Recovery, Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Couples/Family Therapy for DOC offenders
  • Coordinated Therapeutic Care: TRI clinical team offer member’s coordination of care between community agencies who assist members with services in mental health, substance abuse, medical assistance treatment, UA’s and ongoing drug testing. TRI’s goal is to streamline as many services as possible to ensure our members are successful on parole.

Resources are the Key to Successful Reentry

The Welcome Back Center applies the following WAGEES guidelines to  referrals in determining eligibility for services:

  • Individuals on parole, assessed by CDOC, or their designee, as being “medium-risk” or “high-risk” for recidivism, or,
  • Individuals under CDOC supervision at a community corrections facility (not including diversion) who are assessed by CDOC, or their designee, as being “medium-risk” or “high-risk” for recidivism
  • Individuals released and discharged from a CDOC facility on a mandatory release date and that are not on parole. These individuals do not need to be assessed by CDOC as being “medium-risk” or “high-risk” for recidivism.

If you feel you may not meet eligibility requirements please contact us for a consultation during these walk-in hours Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 2 pm. To be screened for eligibility, please email the following referral information to info@reentryinitiative.org:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • DOC #