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Next years as 05 this next example ohio little dog following your calling, the fatigue be easier to bear, the disappointments be fuel, the highest be like nothing you've ever felt. starts writing. with Larimer County SAR- is a dietician. with Park County SAR-Teresa is self-employed. with Park County SAR-Bob is a Paramedic Captain with Littleton Fire Rescue. is a Birth Worker Colorado Springs. Reese is the Training Officer for the Colorado State University-Pueblo SAR Team. He has been actively involved SAR operations for five years. Reese is originally from Cody, Wyoming and began working with search and recovery dogs through Northwest K-9 Search and Recovery. He moved to Pueblo, CO August of 2013, and started helping with the southern region of SARDOC shortly after that time. He has been hiding for dogs for 20 years and intends to begin training his first dog hopefully a Bloodhound this upcoming summer. SARDOC is very happy to welcome into our SARDOC Training Ranks Eaglewind's Peppermint Also know as is a Flat Coated Retriever and be beginning trailing very was born on 12 17, and be the new K9 partner of handler, Gruver. This team works with Larimer County Search and Rescue. SARDOC is very sorry to lose a wonderful Shepherd, partner to Sabine The team retired from SAR a year ago. was certified Air Scent. had many wonderful searches, and SAR was a very important part of her life. She was always very professional, and had great for her friends. SARDOC would like to thank the Foundation for its generous grant support of our newly created Susan and Dennis Veterinary fund! It is through the kindness of anonymous family who chose to gift SARDOC with orignal amount with which we could set up this account. The family submitted a request for matching funds to the Foundation, which accepted the request. Wow! The Fund help SARDOC handlers struggling with veterinary bills for their veteran certified search and rescue dogs. Dogs who have spent their lives searching for missing people to help return them to their homes and bring closure to their families. These funds offer much welcome help for our hard-working canine partners! We strive to grow this fund it can continue to help teams future years. Donations support of this fund are very appreciated and can be made by check, or though the PayPal button on our website. If you would like to donate, please specify that the donation is for the SARDOC Susan and Dennis Veterinary Fund. Montana Department of Corrections Skip navigation Warden Jennie Hansen Jennie Hansen became warden of the Montana Women's Prison November 2017. Previously, she was the Eastern Region Bureau Chief for the Probation and Parole Division. Since 2009 she has served various leadership levels within the P&P division, served as a member of the Commission on Sentencing, and served as a member of the Montana Board of Crime Control. Montana Women's Prison Billings is a 194-bed secure facility that operates consistently at or over capacity, with approximately 200 female felony inmates. The state-run facility provides a secure environment that emphasizes accountability, productivity and personal growth. Montana Women's Prison has a staff of about 92, including 20 contract personnel. The Montana Women's Prison provides environment that is designed to improve outcomes for women's recovery and reentry into Montana communities, by emphasizing personal accountability, public safety and restorative justice for crime victims. The federal Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration defines recovery as a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential. Montana Women's Prison inmates define recovery and reentry more personally: We strive for positive change, personal growth and accountability recovery. We embrace healthy relationships, and ourselves as we re-enter our communities as strong, respectful, responsible women. The state-run prison's operation utilizes a recovery reentry model as part of the process for preparing women for reentry into their communities. Programs that are available to the women are medical and dental services, mental health, chemical dependency, educational, work and parenting. More than 90 percent of all inmates at the Women's Prison are involved educational, vocational and recovery reentry programmings. The prison strives to promote child-parent bonding and development of parenting skills preparation for family reunification. Special family Kids' Day events occur once a month under the supervision of parenting staff to promote positive relationships. The prison's educational programs include classes to obtain