Since 2005, FOCUS Reentry have been partnering with a wide range of community groups and organizations in order to meet the needs of ex-offenders.
Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, provides safe shelter, food, and support services for homeless adults in Boulder County.
Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center, supports our clients with emergency housing needs.
Bridge House, formerly known as The Carriage House Community Table, is a day shelter for the homeless operating in Boulder County. Bridge House addresses immediate survival needs of homeless and working poor individuals by providing resources which lead to employment, housing, personal stability and healing.
Cellular Recycler supplies our volunteers with recycled cell phones in order to help build and sustain mentor-client relationships.
The Community Reentry Council of Boulder County is made up of representatives from the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Community Justice Services and various community organizations. The council aims to reduce re-offending by providing cognitive behavior and life skills classes to support a success reintegration into the community.
Hope’s Closet, is a thrift store in Longmont that continues to support our clients through donations.
Level Ground, is a replicable model of FOCUS Reentry based in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Maitri Project provides free psychotherapy for FOCUS offenders transitioning back into society and supports mentors who volunteer their time in this challenging role.
Naropa University is a proud supporter of FOCUS Reentry. Each year FOCUS works with graduate students from the Psychology Department who need practicum hours and who are interested in learning about reentry.
Sister Carmen Community Center, is a resource center that assist residents in East Boulder County with basic needs in order to help individuals reach self-sufficiency.