Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center

The Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center is a privately-run halfway house for male inmates located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is run by the Geo Group and contracted through the Colorado Department of Corrections. The primary focus of this facility is reintegrating inmates into society.

GEO Group’s Reentry Services division provides individuals nearing the end of their sentence with the resources necessary to productively transition back into society. Through residential reentry centers, GEO Care provides federal and state parolees and probationers with temporary housing, employment assistance, rehabilitation and substance abuse counseling, and vocational and education programs.

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Visiting Hours and Rules

Before you can visit an inmate at Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center, you must first fill out a visiting application.  All visitors under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian complete a Form 300-01G Authorization for Minor Child Visitation. The Colorado Department of Corrections will reject your application if it is not filled out completely or if you didn’t know the inmate prior to their incarceration.

Visiting Application must be mailed to

Attention: Private Prison Monitoring Unit
Colorado Department of Corrections Headquarters
1250 Academy Park Loop
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

Questions regarding applying for visitation: 719-226-4929 (PPMU)
Questions regarding visitation rules: 719-390-0125 (CMRC)

Visiting Hours: 

Friday 3:30 - 8:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:30 am-5:30 pm

Visitor Entry, Searches, and Procedures

You must bring a current photo ID or you will not be allowed in the visiting room. Acceptable forms of identification include a driver’s license, state ID card, passport, or military ID.

All visitors will be searched and you must also walk through a metal detector before entering the visiting room.  You will also have the back of your right hand stamped with an ultra-violet marker before entry. Once you leave the visiting room you can’t go back in.

You are allowed to bring money for vending machines so you can purchase food and beverages during your visit.

Electronic devices are not allowed in the visiting room. So, be sure to leave all cell phones and smart watches in the car. It’s best to leave everything except your Photo ID, keys, and money for the vending machines in your vehicle. 

Dress Code

Remember to dress conservatively when visiting an inmate. If you do not follow the dress code, you will be denied your visit. 

  • Visitors are not to wear any garment which exposes cleavage, back, stomach, midriff, and/or underarm.
  • The only jewelry or adornment visitors will be permitted to wear into the visiting area is a wedding ring set, one religious necklace pendant, and medical alert badges. Medicine bags are not allowed.  Dermal jewelry implants that cannot be removed by the visitor will be allowed.
  • No controversial/objectionable gang, obscene, drug and alcohol designs, messages or profanity on clothing.
  • Hair extensions and/or wigs will be permitted but are subject to search in a respectful and appropriate manner. Hair extensions which are attached to the hair with a clip or comb will not be allowed. Only hair accessories which are soft in nature will be permitted to be worn inside the visiting area.
  • No top or bottom clothing which is solid green or solid orange. 
  • Shoes are required. Infants are not required to wear shoes until such time as they can walk.  Infants and toddlers who are able to walk must wear shoes at all times during the visit. Minors are allowed to wear shoes that display lights. 
  • Appropriate undergarments are required, and will not be visible.
  • Clothing which is sheer or transparent will only be permitted if non-transparent articles are worn beneath and no undergarments (bra or underwear) are visible. Clothing that contains holes and/or rips will not be permitted. 
  • Outer garments worn on the bottom half of the body must be no shorter than the knee while standing.
  • Any clothing worn on the top half of the body must have sleeves and not expose the cleavage line at any time while standing, sitting and/or bending down.
  • Trousers will be worn in the manner intended (no sagging).
  • Wrap-around clothing will not be allowed.
  • Visitors are not to wear hats into the visiting area, except for religious hats or headgear. Gloves, scarves, or outer garments, such as topcoats, raincoats, jackets, and similar inclement weather attire will not be permitted within the visiting area. No hooded garments will be allowed in the visiting area.
  • If a pull over, zipper, or button up sweater is worn, it shall be worn at all times inside the visiting area.  A garment is required to be worn underneath the sweater within the guidelines of this policy
  • Leggings and jeggings may only be worn under outer garments that must be no shorter than the knee while standing.

Physical Address

Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center
2925 E. Las Vegas Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Driving Directions:

General Phone Number

(719) 390-0125

Inmate Mailing Address(es)

Inmate Name, ID Number
Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center
2925 E. Las Vegas Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

All mail must include:

  • The inmate’s name
  • The inmate’s DOC number 
  • Your return address

Mailroom staff will reject anything containing contraband, cash, personal checks, or money orders. You are also not allowed to use envelopes that are padded or made of plastic or cardboard.

Do not send Polaroid pictures, postage stamps, stamped envelopes, blank stationery, blank writing paper, blank cards, blank postcards, or blank personal journals. Any mail containing these items will be rejected.

You can also yo JPay to email an inmate at Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center, or you can send a message to inmates with a GTL tablet by visiting and creating an account.

How to Call an Inmate

Inmates at Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center can’t receive incoming calls, but they do have access to phones during daytime hours. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Colorado, please click here.

How to Send Money

You can send money to an inmate at Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center by using either JPay, Western Union, or GTL. All of these companies allow you to use a debit or credit card online or by phone. The only way to send cash is by visiting a Western Union location. 

To set up an account and start sending money, simply click one of the links below.

​Programs For ​Inmates

  • GED and adult basic education
  • Anger management
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Relapse prevention
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Thinking for a Change
  • Alternatives to Violence
  • 24/7 Dads
  • Vocational training
  • Religious services

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Careers at Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center

If you are interested in a job at Cheyenne Mountain Re-entry Center, you can find available positions at the GeoGroup website.