WAGEES Women’s Pilot Programs provides re-entry services to women who have been, or are about to be, released from a correctional facility and are in need of medical and/or behavioral health services in the Denver-Metro area.
Through a partnership with The Empowerment Program, you are able to access a variety of services including:
- Drug and alcohol treatment services
- Trauma and mental health services
- Acupuncture and acudetox
- Care management
- Support groups
- Employment services
- HIV/AIDS prevention and education
- HIV testing and Hepatitis-C screening
- Housing referrals
Supportive services such as bus tickets, clothing, and hygiene items are provided as budget permits.
All services are free of charge!
In addition, our Stout Street Health Center can also help provide many other medical and behavioral health services all in one building at little to NO cost including:
- Medical and behavioral health care
- Substance use treatment
- Dental and vision care
- Pharmacy services
- Medicaid enrollment
Ways to be referred to the WAGEES Women’s Pilot Program:
- If you are already on parole, talk with your parole officer or a DOC Community Re-entry Specialist;
- If you are in community corrections (residential or non-residential status), you can talk with a Case Manager at the program or the DOC liaison;
- If you are in a correctional facility, talk to your Case Manager; or
- If you have been released from correctional facility and are not on supervision, you are eligible for the Women's Pilot Program for up to one year. Please call The Empowerment Program at 303-320-1989 or contact our Stout Street Health Center at 303-293-2220.
* The WAGEES Women’s Pilot Program is voluntary and is fully funded by the Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC) through HB14-1355 and HB18-1176 in the amount of $703,800. The grant is administered by the Latino Coalition for Community Leadership. All the services are free to participants.