Arapahoe County Detention Facility provides a full time Chaplain to meet the religious needs of inmates. The Chaplain conducts
weekly religious services, supplies religious materials upon request and meets with individual inmates for counseling, encouragement
The Chaplain and Programs Staff oversee the 42 religious services facilitated by volunteers offered each week. Additionally,
the Chaplain and Programs Staff coordinate with 90 other professional clergy of varied denominational or religious backgrounds
to help meet the diverse religious needs of the inmates.
The various religious services and studies are provided so inmates can continue their religious practices or become re-acquainted
with them. Many desire to grow more devout or informed with a hope of finding peace of mind, a new direction or meaning for
life, or to feel better about themselves or their situation. The Chaplain and many volunteers are committed to supporting
inmates desiring information, fellowship and encouragement while they are incarcerated. Approximately 1,300 inmates attend
religious services each month.