Gallatin County Re-Entry Program

Located on property owned by Gallatin County, this facility was designed, financed and constructed by Community, Counseling, and Correctional Services, Inc. (CCCS), and will be transferred to Gallatin County at the end of 10 years. It began providing services in mid-December 2005. It is a multiple use facility (including pre-release, work-release, drug court sanction, detention, and re-entry) for adult male offenders.

This facility has a 40-bed capacity to accommodate 30 male offenders from the Montana Department of Corrections and 10 Gallatin County male offenders. It has 16.5 employees, with an estimated annual Payroll and Benefits of $400,000, and an estimated annual Purchases of Goods and Services of $313,000.

 
 

 
Program Goals

The following are the goals of the Gallatin county Work-Release and Re-Entry Program (GCRP):

 
Program Objectives

Correctional programming and treatment staff have established the following objectives to enable GCRP to best achieve program goals:

 
Program Eligibility

The program is designed to serve the following types of adult male offenders:

The program is NOT designed for:

 
Program Security

CCCS considers public safety paramount and places a premium on security. As such, CCCS has implemented a strict security program for the program. This program includes a secure facility and complementary security function — hourly counts, physical checks, urinalysis screening, etc. — to hold all offenders accountable and preserve a safe, secure environment for staff, visitors, and the general public. These are the following:

 
Administration & Program Staff

A dedicated team of staff distinguished by both education and experience provide services at GCRP. CCCS has carefully selected a diverse, professional staff to ensure residents receive the most effective environment for correctional programming and community transitional services.

 
Program Referrals

Referrals to GCRP are only made by the Montana Department of Corrections or the Federal Probation System. Once a referral is received, the CCCS staff and local screening committee will review the appropriate paperwork and determine the applicant's suitability for the program. the local screening committtee is comprised of five (5) members, including:

  1. Program Administrator
  2. A representative from probation and parole
  3. Sheriff (or designee)
  4. County attorney (or designee)
  5. A local citizen
 
Contact Information

Name: Alanna Shetter
Title: Program Administrator
Address: 675 South 16th Ave.
  Boezeman, MT 59715
Phone: 406-994-0300 ext. 3
E-mail: ashetter@cccscorp.com
Fax: 406-994-0306

 
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