Capabilities Statement

How We Partner with Government Agencies

Embrave is a 501c3 organization dedicated to tackling some of our community’s most challenging needs.

Embrave’s judicial and civic leadership is earned through an intense commitment and dedication to innovation and partnership with judicial systems and communities. Through our vision for addressing emerging issues and responsive services, we ensure public safety, client accountability, and improve community quality of life. Embrave provides a nimble and responsive suite of services built on the vision that people can and do change. We deploy integrated case management, specialized residential treatment, transitional housing, and an array of monitoring services designed to ensure client accountability, transformation, and community safety. Embrave utilizes an integrated ecological approach to care that encourages our clients to build needed skills in the right areas to improve their quality of life and exit self-defeating behaviors that degrade public safety. Our goal is to provide the appropriate care at the right time and in sufficient amounts to maximize community investment and public safety.

As a premier care provider, Embrave creates an integrated system that interfaces with the larger network of community, judicial, and government partners; thus demonstrating increased value  that multiplies value where the benefit is greater than the sum of its parts. Our vision involves investing in people and innovating services that build healthier lives, stronger families, and safer communities. When your agency or organization has a complex or intractable challenge, Embrave has the agility, technical expertise, and courage to provide compelling solutions.

Embrave brings clarity and radical compassion to transformational improvement in the community corrections industry. We commit to innovating resolutions to the most complex social problems of our time, serving individuals, communities, and the global good through effective programming and targeted support.

Intensive Residential Treatment Program (IRT)

Residential Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program (RDDT)

Community Responsivity Program (CRP)

Residential Services
ComCor’s Treatment Services division provides substance abuse, mental health, and sex offender treatment, as well as crisis intervention, case management services, and psychiatric care to residential clients of ComCor, Inc.  All treatment services are provided by clinically qualified master’s level counselors, certified addiction counselors, and/or SOMB approved counselors, who utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  The following is a description of the services offered:

  • Intensive Residential Treatment Program (IRT) – The IRT program uses structured curriculum in order to assist clients in making positive change in the areas of substance abuse and criminal conduct: Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change, The Change Companies Interactive Journals (Substance Use Disorders and Responsible Thinking), Hazelden’s Cognitive Skills for Correctional Clients, Moral Reconation Therapy, Seeking Safety, and Beyond Trauma (women). The program provides 20 hours of gender specific treatment services and 20 hours of supportive services each week for a period of 90 days.   All activities are designed to support behavior change and risk reduction in the areas of anti-social thinking, anti-social peer associations, individual impulse control, and substance abuse.
  • Residential Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program (RDDT) – The RDDT program is a Transitional Residential Treatment program, addressing the issues of substance abuse, mental health, and criminal conduct. The major components of RDDT are completion of the Change Companies evidenced based curriculum series of interactive journals titled “Managing Co-occurring Disorders: an integrated approach.”  The program also includes anger management, cognitive restructuring, and yoga. The curriculum focuses on change in the areas of substance abuse, mental health, and criminal conduct/thinking.  They are completed in a group setting five days per week.  All clients in the RDDT Program receive individual psychotherapy and psychiatric care.  They work part-time and have prorated subsistence fees due to their treatment status.
  • Community Responsivity Program (CRP) – The CRP program provides treatment for adult male sexual offenders.  The CRP is a modified therapeutic community which provides residential and non-residential treatment in accordance with the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) standards and guidelines.  All treatment staff are required to maintain listing as approved providers through the SOMB.  The CRP utilizes a cognitive behavioral approach while also incorporating elements from other treatment modalities to provide a comprehensive approach to meet individual client needs.  The residential program is comprised of five hours of group treatment per week, to include weekly sessions of cognitive skills education.  The CRP utilizes polygraph testing as a treatment tool in compliance with SOMB guidelines and also incorporates the use of GPS monitoring.  All treatment activities are designed to support the programs mission of enhancing community safety and the safety of victims impacted by these crimes.