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Cheyenne Mountain Re-Entry Center direc tor Bob Hood (cq) was a formerly a warden at Super Max before coming to Cheyenne Mountain. He is in the hallway October 4, 2005. He says the mindset for "prisoners" known as residents and employees that work at the medium security prison is radically different than anything he's ever seen in the corrections field. Cheyenne Mountain Re-Entry Center is the first of its kind in the state: A facility where prisoners who are about six months away from parole or release are sent to so that they can more smoothly reintegrate into society. Drug and alcohol, mental health, jobs, education and living situations are assessed. The inmates are referred to as 'residents" and for the first time many of them say they are receiving help that is personal and relevant to their issues and concerns to help them assimilate back into society. (DENNIS SCHROEDER/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) **Bob Hood (cq)

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