Casper Re-Entry Center (CRC)

10007 Land Mark Lane
P.O. Box 2380
Casper, WY 82604
Phone: (307) 268-4840
Fax: (307) 472-5310
Contracting Agency:
Wyoming Department of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Probation Office, Natrona County Courts, City of Casper Municipal Court
Town of Evansville Municipal Court, Town of Mills Municipal Court

Capacity:
342 males & females

VISITATION POLICY

1. Adult Community Corrections
Sundays: 7pm – 9pm. In house visitation for only those ineligible to enter the Community.

2. Therapeutic Community (TC)
Thursdays: 6pm – 10pm
Saturdays: 1pm – 4pm

3. Residential Treatment Program (RTP)
Saturdays: 1pm – 3pm

All visitors must be cleared to enter the facility. All visits must be approved in advance. Visits are for immediate family members only, or those individuals involved in the residents recovery. Visitors are not allowed to drop off items for the residents during visits. Visitors may bring, inside the facility, money for the vending machines, emergency medications that are necessary, and identification. Cell Phones are not allowed. If travelling with small children, visitors may bring baby wipes, 2 diapers, and baby food. Purses are not allowed.

Visitors are expected to dress appropriately and conduct themselves in an appropriate manner. Visitors will be required to sign the visitation rules indicating they are aware of them and agree to abide by them during visitation. Any violations of personal conduct may result in the visit being terminated and visiting privileges being suspended.

At no time, in any program, are visitors allowed to bring into the facility, anything for a resident without prior written approval from the Facility Director.

Residents assigned to the Adult Community Corrections (ACC) facility, are encouraged to join their family at a community establishment in the Casper area; i.e., family restaurant, or other approved site, to enjoy private visitation away from the facility. Sunday night visitation is restricted only to those ineligible for visiting in the Casper community.

 

HISTORY

  • The Casper Re-Entry Center was initially established in 1985 as the Community Alternatives of Casper.
  • In 2005, CEC constructed the 400-bed Casper Re-Entry Center and developed Casper Hall the facility's Therapeutic Community.
  • The Residential Treatment Program was established in 2006.
  • CRC received National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) accreditation in November of 2007.
  • CRC is certified by the Department of Health for substance abuse treatment.
  • The facility was selected as the national Correctional Facility of the Year for 2014 by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC)..

SERVICES

  • Casper Re-Entry Center Therapeutic Community (TC) program offers the following services to its residents: Individual counseling, group counseling, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, educational groups, peer led seminars, daily small group sessions, daily house meetings, weekly family therapy sessions/couples counseling sessions, weekly family visitation, Meth Matrix, Alumni program.
  • Casper Re-Entry Center Residential Therapy Program (RTP) offers the following services to its residents: Individual counseling, group counseling, substance abuse treatment, educational groups, peer led seminars, daily small group sessions, daily house meetings, weekly family counseling sessions, weekly family visitation, Meth Matrix, REBT, Substance Abuse evaluations, Life Skills and Community Re-entry classes, Parenting and Fatherhood classes, Anger Management groups, Relapse Prevention groups, Grief Counseling groups, NA/AA groups, GED classes, Vocational Rehabilitation Services, volunteer religious groups.
  • The following are specialized Native American services offered to the residents in the Residential Treatment program: White Bison 12-step program, Traditional Sweat Lodge ceremonies, Traditional Cedaring and Purification ceremonies with elders, Talking Circles, Concepts of Wellbriety Movement, 12-step Medicine Wheel, Price of Freedom, All Nations Groups, Red Road to Wellbriety groups.
  • Casper Re-Entry Center ACC program provides the following services to its residents: Parenting classes and Women's Issues classes (in-house), employment assistance for federal residents, all other treatment services are available in the local community such as; Sex Offender treatment/counseling, Anger Management groups, Relapse Prevention groups, Thinking for a Change classes, Advanced Thinking for a Change classes, Life Skills classes, D.U.I. educational classes, I.O.P. (Intensive Outpatient Program), Aftercare groups, AA/NA self-help groups, traditional sweat lodge ceremonies, Domestic Violence groups, Untangling Relationships classes, Self-Esteem groups, Young Offender groups, Parenting classes, Women's Issues groups.
  • The Casper Re-Entry Center is accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA) and scored a perfect 100% on all mandatory and non-mandatory standards during its last accreditation.

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