Location: 4101 Pecos St., Denver, CO 80211
Population Types: Adult male offenders transitioning from the Department of Corrections or offenders sentenced through Denver District Courts.
Facility Director: Stephen Silbermann 303-455-7667 x200
Zoned Bed Capacity: 75
Program Description: The Pecos facility has been in operation since 1976, located in North Denver, Pecos is one of the oldest community correction programs in the state of Colorado. The program has a mixture of Diversion, Department of Corrections Inmates, including some Condition of Parole Clients. Pecos is a dormitory style setting for general population clients. It is our mission to promote the virtues of productive work, respect for others, self-discovery, responsibility and accountability. The Pecos program encourages re-connection with family and community, and the development of healthy, realistic, and productive habits of living. Independence House provides an off-site treatment program for mental health, substance abuse individual and group therapy, as well as, mental health and drug/alcohol assessment. Clinical treatment is provided by licensed and/or certified therapists.