Housing, Shelter

COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY PLACE INSIDE-OUT

aka Inside/Out   |   Aurora, CO   |  www.crpio.org
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Mission

Our mission is to provide a transitional housing, supportive aftercare program to help disadvantaged, ex-offenders, to be reconciled to themselves, their loved ones and their community with a meaning and a purpose.

Ruling year info

2011

Founder/ President

Mrs Deborah Winans

Accountant/Operations director

Mr Steve P Winans

Main address

14221 E. 4th Ave Ste. 330 Suite 330

Aurora, CO 80011 USA

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EIN

27-5228134

Cause area (NTEE code) info

Other Housing Support Services (L80)

Christian (X20)

Human Service Organizations (P20)

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Programs and results

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Our programs

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A Community Re-Entry Place

ACRP is Organized to provide, Drug and Alcohol treatment to offenders, And as an approved treatment provider for DOC. Approved for offering classes of, Intensive out Patient Treatment, substance abuse treatments, anger management and Drug and Alcohol classes, life skills, employment coaching, DUI level 1, 2 and level 2 Therapy as well as serving the youth population. ACRP is seen as a WIN - WIN providing affordable quality treatment services to Drug and Alcohol offenders while providing containment to the courts and community.
To provide cost effective, Faith based, supportive drug and alcohol services, by empowering the individual served and improving opportunities for achieving and maintaining a healthy, balanced life style and economic self-sufficiency.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Offenders/Ex-offenders

The mission of CRPIO is to provide low-income faith-based transitional housing and a
supportive aftercare program to help homeless, disadvantaged ex-offenders to be reconciled to themselves, their loved ones and their community with a meaning and a purpose. The purpose of CRPIO is to help homeless ex-offenders make the changes necessary to live a positive, healthy, self-sufficient lifestyle. Our goals are to:
• Provide safe housing
• Encourage a deeper internal spiritual development
• Empower individuals toward gainful employment
• Support development of educational goals
• Break the cycle of addiction
• Minimize risk in the community
With more than 20,385 people incarcerated in Colorado and approximately 750 men and women returning to local communities each month in the state, there is an enormous gap for clients who wish to successfully re-integrate into society and providers who offer vital services and support.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Offenders/Ex-offenders
Budget
$400,000

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Our results

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Number of homebuyers/tenants with low incomes receiving housing subsidies as a result of the nonprofit's efforts

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Population(s) Served

Adults

Related Program

Inside/Out Transitional housing

Average number of service recipients per month

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Population(s) Served

Adults

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Inside/Out Transitional housing

Number of service recipients who are employed

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Number of homeless participants engaged in housing services

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Number of homeless participants engaged in mental health services

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Number of service recipients who have no past substance abuse

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Number of clients engaged in the criminal justice system in the last 12 months

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Number of treatment and support plans that specify how individual and family strengths will be used and developed

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Hours of mentoring

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Adults

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A Community Re-Entry Place

Charting impact

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

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What is the organization aiming to accomplish?

The mission of CRPIO is to provide low-income faith-based transitional housing and a <br/>supportive aftercare program to help homeless, disadvantaged ex-offenders to be reconciled to themselves, their loved ones and their community with a meaning and a purpose. The purpose of CRPIO is to help homeless ex-offenders make the changes necessary to live a positive, healthy, self-sufficient lifestyle. <br/>CRPIO's goals are to:<br/>• Provide safe housing<br/>• Encourage a deeper internal spiritual development<br/>• Empower individuals toward gainful employment<br/>• Support development of educational goals<br/>• Break the cycle of addiction<br/>• Minimize risk in the community<br/>CRPIO provides safe housing; daily essentials; pastoral counseling; mentoring; substance abuse treatment; job development and placement; ongoing support and communication with parole, probation, child welfare and legal matters; educational assistance; family counseling; and referrals to community agencies for individualized needs, i.e. mental health treatment, medical issues, etc. <br/>CRPIO asks that an individual commit to at least three months to two years in the program. The individual will follow a plan designed to help them take steps toward wholeness and freedom from their past addictions and avoid recidivism in the future.

Impact Reporting (Strategic Direction) Jan.2015-Dec.2016<br/><br/>Resources/Inputs <br/> <br/>What We Invest <br/>• 8 Staff, <br/>• 18 Volunteers/Mentor<br/>• 40 hrs a wk<br/>• 170,000 cash on hand<br/>• 4 Houses, <br/>• 16-20 Computers<br/>• Ct Management system<br/>• Copy Machine<br/>• 15 partners<br/>• Office space<br/>Funding Resources, Grant (temporary), DOC referrals,<br/>What we do<br/>• Housing<br/>• Relapse Prevention<br/>• Employment Coaching<br/>• Develop 72 Hour Team <br/>• Living Skills <br/>• Bible Study <br/>• Social activities<br/>• Pastoral Care/Case Management <br/>• House Maintained<br/>• Staff & Volunteer Trainings<br/> <br/>Outputs<br/>Results of our Activities<br/>• Up to 23 individuals<br/>• 4 relapse prevention gps monthly<br/>• 4x's wkly Employment coaching<br/>• Effective 72 Hour Re-entry<br/>• 2x's month Living Skills <br/>• 2x's month Social activities<br/>• 2x's month Pastoral care/Case Management <br/>• House Maintained<br/>• 1x's month Staff Trainings<br/>• 2x's yr. Volunteer trainings<br/>• House Maintained 1 x's month<br/> <br/> <br/>Short Term outcomes: <br/>What are the short term changes noted?<br/>• Changes in:<br/>• Heart, knowledge & walk with God<br/>• Job interviewing<br/>• Practicing and using Life Skill tools<br/>• 90% participation in ministry program<br/>• 80% house full <br/>Parole office, ID, food stamps and Medicaid within 72 hours<br/><br/>Medium term outcomes:<br/>What are the medium changes noted?<br/>• Minimize risk in the community<br/>• Successful integration<br/>• Accountability<br/>• Job stabilized<br/>• Participation<br/>• Budget meetings/Case Management<br/>• Commitments & follow through<br/>• Participants begin stabilizing<br/><br/>Impact:<br/>What are the long-term changes noted?<br/>• Living out transformation<br/>• Safe Stable housing<br/>• Growth in Faith, fellowship with church & community<br/>• Achieve goals<br/>• Job secured<br/>• Continued accountability<br/>• Self Sufficiency<br/>• Transition to permanent housing<br/>• Healthy relationships developed<br/> <br/>Our relationship development with the Department of Corrections has been an amazing event. We are now a-part of The Work and Gain Education & Employment Skills (WAGEES) project, it is a new community re-entry program created by the Colorado General Assembly as part of House Bill 14-1355 and expanded through Senate Bill 15-124. The grant program is intended to be a mechanism to facilitate and support a strong partnership between the Colorado Department of Corrections and faith and community based organizations (FCBOs).

Inside/Out is a solution to stop the revolving door of incarceration.<br/>CRPIO total rents costs for 4 homes monthly-- $4,795.00<br/>• Total Utilities costs monthly-- $2,190.00<br/>• Monthly total to run our homes-- $6,985.00<br/>• Our residents have covered-- $5,682.27<br/><br/>Our volunteers continue to support, love and mentor individuals to get them started as they regain their dignity and begin to look to the future.<br/><br/>CRPIO is reaching these individuals at these points of need and because of your support and funding we are able to serve a growing number of returning citizens.<br/><br/>CRPIO is walking towards the vision of a 50 unit apartment building, we have the land, option to lease and we are moving towards development.<br/><br/><br/><br/>Annual cost to house Annual Cost to house <br/>Offenders in a Colorado prison Returning Citizens, with supportive services at <br/> Inside/ Out<br/><br/>$ 30,374 $8500 (residents pay most of the rental costs)<br/><br/>

Our on going data collection, Accounting system and Apricot system give data of our progress

CRPIO is reaching these individuals at these points of need and because of your support and funding we are able to serve a growing number of returning citizens.<br/><br/>CRPIO is walking towards the vision of a 50 unit apartment building, we have the land, option to lease and we are moving towards development.<br/>

Financials

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COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY PLACE INSIDE-OUT

Board of directors
as of 11/18/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr Tom Archuleta

Community Re-Entry Place Inside/Out

Term: Jan 2012 - Jan 2017

Tammy Evevard Development Director

Prison Fellowship

MaryBeth Sharp Lead at Chamber of Comm.

Aurora Chamber of Comm.

Anne Archuleta Retired Pastor

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Anthony Jones Construction

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Edgar Blair Retired

Christ Body Ministeries

Board leadership practices

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  • CEO oversight
    Has the board conducted a formal, written assessment of the chief executive within the past year ? Yes
  • Ethics and transparency
    Have the board and senior staff reviewed the conflict-of-interest policy and completed and signed disclosure statements in the past year? Yes
  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes
  • Board performance
    Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years? Yes

Keywords

Transitional Housing and Supportive Aftercare Services