Greeley’s Alternative Homes for Youth works to rehabilitate juvenile sex offenders

The Greeley (CO) Tribune reports on a non-profit agency that works with teens who have committed sex offenses.

Alternative Homes for Youth works with boys ages 13-20 from Greeley, Fort Collins, Sterling and Nebraska. The facility has room for 26 residents. Residents usually stay for about 10 months, Miller said. 

The facility offers a number of different therapeutic services, including group therapy tailored to the crime they committed, art therapy, healthy relationship groups, independent living skills groups, family therapy, individual therapy and more.

Read the full story in the Greeley Tribune.

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