Client Choice Treatment Provider Program


Client Choice Treatment Provider Directory of Services and Providers

Directory of Services and Providers

Client Choice Treatment Provider Handbook

Provider Handbook

Client Choice Treatment Provider Program Enrollment Request Form

Enrollment Form

Please email the Client Choice Treatment Provider office for further information: doc_atp@state.co.us

Treatment Coordinator Case Managers

The Treatment Coordination Case Managers (TCCM) are staff within the Client Choice Treatment Provider Program in the Division of Adult Parole.  As part of the transition from the former TASC contract, the Division reallocated these positions to take on the important work of continuity of care between facility to community for releasing individuals needing treatment services. 

The goal of this unit is to ensure releasing individuals who have psychological (>P3), substance abuse (>SA3), or offense-specific (S5) treatment needs (>P3, >SA3, or SO5) are referred to a treatment provider for assessment/ intake within 14 days of their release to the community and post release at the parole officers request. The referrals include coordination with facility case managers to identify client choice in treatment agency, providers in the community, and the various Regional Accountability Entities (RAE’s) for those who are Medicaid eligible.  They also may include coordination with the Parole MH Clinicians either pre or post release for those HRHNDO or higher risk/ need individuals.  They are responsible for identifying and working with various providers in the community to expand and align our provider network with that of Medicaid, maintaining our Provider Handbook, and Provider Directory. If you are a provider that is in need of more consistent referrals and interested in joining this new and exciting transition, please contact the Client Choice Coordinator for more information. We strongly encourage providers that are dual billable to ensure continuity of care in cases where the parolee flow between billing sources or discharges their sentence and can no longer be funded by CDOC.

As we look to continue to expand the role of these positions, they will have access to treatment notes/ progress summaries/ ROI’s in eOMIS and will create referral packets with ROI’s for providers and RAE’s. They will also have PEAK Pro Access for existing parolees to check eligibility and benefit status.  They will become more involved in the referral process for residential treatment programs, both our traditional IRT/STIRT/RDDT and the new Medicaid wavier for residential treatment.  And last, but not least will be assisting with Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) service coordination from facility to community and when needs are identified in the community.

In the short time this unit has been staffed, they have worked hard to meet the objectives of our Departments 2020/2021 WIG #2 Strategy: Increase (to 80%) the number of eligible inmates referred to post-release substance abuse services prior to release. As of February 1st, 2021 they have referred 72% annualized (June-December) and were at 85% for October, 96% for November, 85% for December, and 92% for January. Their work is directly contributing to the increase in overall engagement numbers for the Regional Accountability Entities (RAE’s) and releasing individuals access to care.


Contact a TCCM

Regional Accountability Entities

Regional Accountability Entities - RAE Map

Continuity of Care Referral and Treatment

Continuity of Care Referral and Treatment Coordination Framework