Intervention, Inc. has been incorporated as a nonprofit corporation in the State of Colorado since June 1986, with our corporate offices in Westminster, Colorado. Intervention provides unique private probation, corrections, clinical, and victim services programming which has an established history of providing jurisdictions in Colorado with a wide variety of criminal justice programs. The growth of our programs is compelling evidence of the respect, credentials, and credibility that Intervention has established as a provider of private probation, community corrections, behavioral treatment, and victim services.
Intervention is unique in that it is the only private provider that is able to provide multiple services in multiple locations throughout Colorado. Intervention has 27 offices and facilities located across the State of Colorado. Intervention’s purpose since inception has been the provision of private probation and non-residential, and later, residential community correction services to jurisdictions in the State of Colorado.
With administrative and statutory authority to enter into formal agreements with state, county and municipal entities, Intervention’s focus has been the development of expertise in:
- The supervision of lower-risk offenders and special populations for state, county, and local probation departments.
- The development of pre- and post-sentence programs, primarily electronic home monitoring, drug collection/use detection technology, and global positioning tracking systems designed to address jail management issues. Intervention collaborates with system players in the design, planning and implementation of electronic home monitoring programs.
- The development and implementation of specialized re-entry programming. Intervention has implemented a continuum of evidence-based treatment and case management programming for individuals transitioning from incarceration into the community.
- The development and implementation of drug collection, testing, and monitoring programs for all levels of the criminal and social justice system in which drug testing technicians monitor and collect urine specimens and utilize breathalyzers, as well as work with supervising agents regarding offender compliance issues.
These efforts include the use of alternative drug detection technologies such as SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM CAM) in many jurisdictions. The offender, not the taxpayer, primarily fund these programs. This allows Intervention to offer services to jurisdictions that are unable to finance a multi-faceted alternative sentencing program.