Gallatin County Reentry Program
Gallatin County Re-Entry Program is a multiple use facility that offers pre-release, work release, drug court sanction, detention, and reentry services to adult males involved in the Montana Department of Corrections prison system. This forty bed facility began offering services in December 2005, and can accommodate 30 individuals from the Montana DOC, and 10 individuals from Gallatin County. Program services include individualized case management, Moral Reconation Therapy® and Cognitive Principles and Restructuring (COG) programming, residential treatment and access to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous where required, full range employment services, development of life skills, money management courses, anger management support, weekly participation visits with family, and more. Eligible participants are currently incarcerated at the Montana State Prison, a regional jail or prison, or other secure correction facility and within two years of their parole eligibility or discharge date. Contact Gallatin County Re-Entry Program directly for answers to any questions, additional admissions requirements, and more information on their services.