|Instituted in April 2006, the Enhanced Supervision Program (ESP) provides contract services to those offenders -- probationers and parolees -- who are under community supervision as established by the Butte office of Adult Probation and Parole. Individuals participating in ESP are troubled probationers and parolees who are referred to the program because of their failures to meet the specific terms and conditions of their individually-tailored supervision contracts. |
In addition to the aforementioned community-based programs, CCCS operates a number of other programs for federal, state and local authorities. CCCS has a contract with MDOC to house adult male offenders who are transitioning to the Treasure State Correction Center (Boot Camp). CCCS also houses and provides transportation for residents who are participating in the Montana Chemical Dependency Center (MCDC). The U.S. Probation Office contracts with CCCS for a variety of services including chemical dependency programming, urinalysis collection, temporary housing, etc.
CCCS also operates a Batterers' Intervention Program, which provides a 25-hour program for court-referred adults convicted of partner abuse, for the local counties in southwest Montana.