Legal Addiction Consulting.

For the past 80 years, the United States has incarcerated those with drug additions. Recently, many organizations have tried to change our attitude towards substance abuse. We spend billions of dollars per year trying to incarcerate our way out of a public health epidemic. In the 2016 report, “Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s report on Alcohol, Drugs and Health,” the Federal Government acknowledged, for the first time, that addiction is a condition of the brain. They also concluded that treatment resources can help against this epidemic.
Following my own recovery in 2006, I spent the next 7 years working in the criminal justice system. I started as a case manager for those on probation. Then I became the lead Probation Officer of the drug court for the 2nd Judicial District in Colorado. I helped thousands of people avoid incarceration, and receive treatment. It was my mission to find ways to help those afflicted to receive the proper treatment. that would help them to desist from criminal behavior and to remain out of the justice system.
After learning how the system operates, I began working in private treatment settings. I spent countless hours helping participants, and families, understand the justice system. I also began to work with attorneys to achieve the best outcome for each person.

Our commitment to helping those in the legal system

Knowing the difficulty of the justice system, we use our expertise to help those involved. Every week, we attend court hearings, speak to attorneys, send letters, and talk to judges. We work with families to present the best possible options for each participant.
If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder while in the legal system, we are here to help. The Redpoint Center cannot provide formal legal advice, but we will work with your team. We help you get the treatment you need, and remain outside the justice system.
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Cody Gardner leads from a unique set of experiences from his time in both the public and private sector. He first began his career working in group homes for adolescent boys and girls with mental health disorders. From there, Cody spent over 5 years working as a Probation Officer in several judicial districts in Colorado. From 2010 to 2014, Cody was the Lead Probation Officer for the Denver Drug Court. He worked with hundreds of clients and oversaw the case processing of thousands. During his time in the Justice system, Cody helped to put in place evidence based practices and policies. He also created various specialized Drug Court programs that targeted complex populations. Cody’s daily mission was to help men and women in the justice system find a path to recovery and a way out of the system.

We are here to help.

Contact us today to get started on your journey.