4280 Kearney Street
Denver, CO 80216
Phone: (303) 388-2014
Fax: (303) 388-0523
Contracting Agency:Colorado Department of Public Safety & Division of Criminal Justice, Denver Division of Community Corrections
Capacity: 73 adult males
Tooley Hall began operating in July of 1994. The facility is named after Dale Tooley who was a District Attorney in Colorado from 1973 to 1983. It is a Residential Community Corrections Program. Residents are referred through the Colorado Department of Public Safety and Division of Criminal Justice. The facility provides services for Transitional and Diversion residents.
Services provided include individual assessments, case management services, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) groups, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, education services, family services, and reentry services.
The goal of the program is to provide an intensive treatment program that will assist residents in their reentry, lead a crime-free lifestyle and gain social and personal skills which lead them to healthy living for themselves and their families.
Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 to 3:00pm
- Must be approved sponsor or have an approved special visit request
- All children must be supervised by approved sponsor
- Residents may receive drop-off’s/pick up’s during this time (any drop off’s/pick up’s outside of these hours must be pre-approved)
- NO outside food or drink
- Identification must be shown at each visit
- Please leave your personal belongings in your vehicle
Any child under the age of 18 must be with and approved adult. Approved adults have attended Family Service night at the facility and are approved by the Director.