Citizen Advocate Meeting
DOC invites all CURE members to the next citizen advocate meeting on June 4, 2014. This meeting will be conducted at Denver Womens Correctional Facility (DWCF), 3600 Havana, Denver, CO 80239 from 1 pm until 4 pm.
Please review the Events page for details.
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Meeting Times and Places
All meetings begin at 7PM unless otherwise noted
March 26 and April 23 Meetings will be at
Daniels Fund Bldg.
101 Monroe St. in Cherry Creek
Contact Dianne Tramutola-Lawson at
Northern Colorado-CURE (Fort Collins)
Meets the 3rd Monday.
Contact Nick Boyd
Southern Colorado-CURE (Colorado Springs)
Meets the 2nd Tuesday at the
Community Corrections Bldg.
3615 Roberts Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80907-5301
Contact Michael Dell
Cañon City Colorado-CURE
Members from the Cañon City area are invited to attend Southern Colorado CURE meetings in Colorado Springs.
Western Slope Colorado-CURE
Meets the 2nd Tuesday
201 Plateau Ave
Collbran, CO 81624
Contact JoLynn Dorman
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