Pueblo Cooperative Care Center was blessed to receive Thanksgiving foods donated by Intervention Community Corrections Services (ICCS) for Pueblo County families. ICCS is a private, non-profit community corrections agency that provides a wide variety of services to the criminal justice system in Pueblo County. Thank you for your generosity and support and for joining in partnership with Pueblo Cooperative Care Center to make a difference where it is needed the most in our communities.
You can learn more about ICCS at https://www.int-cjs.org/iccs
Programs offered at ICCS include:
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.
START - The Short Term Alternative Residential Treatment program (up to 90 days) is a collaborative program for the
Seventh Judicial District Probation and Recovery Court clients suffering from severe and persistent mental illness and substance abuse disorders. The program is specifically designed to help those struggling with housing, mental health, and treatment options.