SLV Community Corrections and CIRT Programs

Patricia Lara, Director, Community Corrections

San Luis Valley Community Corrections is a residential/non-residential program housing male and female adult offenders in a Conventional Community Corrections setting. The program also houses adult males in a Intensive Residential Treatment (IRT) setting.
SLV Community Corrections/IRT Programs’ mission is to provide a quality alternative sentencing option to institutional confinement for adult felons. In this role, SLVCC provides services to adult felons with the following primary objectives in mind:
“To protect the community by providing innovative correctional and quality treatment services, while encouraging individuals to attain socially acceptable behaviors that lead to responsible community living.”

Residents are referred to the programs from:


The San Luis Valley Community Corrections Center is located at 2017 Lava Lane, and at 2261 Lava Lane, Alamosa, CO. The facility is a 10,000 square foot building housing 60 adult male offenders and a newly constructed 7,200 square foot building housing 24 adult male offenders and 20 female offenders. The buildings provide a healthy environment which allows the offenders to progress toward rehabilitation.
Our administrative offices are located at 2255 Lava Lane, Alamosa, CO. All are welcome to stop by and visit our facilities and request a tour. If you wish to come by and visit please check in with the secretary at our administrative building.


Residents are monitored 24 hours a day. Random location checks and routine head counts are conducted as well as regular physical and facility searches. Random urinalysis and breath analysis are also conducted for alcohol and drug surveillance throughout the residents' placement. When leaving the facility, residents are required to sign out with where they're going and when they'll return.
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