10007 Landmark Lane
Casper, Wyoming 82604
SERVICES: The Casper Re-Entry Center is a 400-bed residential facility and houses two distinct populations in separate areas of the building.
Community Alternatives of Casper is a 200-bed community corrections and work-release program that provides residential and non-residential services to adult male and female offenders referred by the Wyoming Department of Corrections and the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
The Casper Re-Entry Center also houses a medium secure Therapeutic Community program called Casper Hall. This program provides a treatment milieu that motivates and assists offenders in achieving meaningful goals. Peer influence is an important component of the program. Residents interact with peers through a variety of group processes used to help individuals learn and assimilate social norms and develop more effective social skills.
The average length of stay is approximately nine months. Residents’ course and progress in treatment is contingent upon comprehensive multidisciplinary case planning to include: regularly updated treatment plans, behavioral evaluations, merit/demerit reports, pre/post test results, journaling, individual and group treatment progress, attendance, general walk-around behavior, status hearings, incentives/sanctions, and competency based phase progression/regression.