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Mr. Levon Hupfer-Detor is a male Addiction (Substance Use Disorder) provider (taxonomy code 101YA0400X) located in Commerce City, Colorado. Levon is a Denver native who is the Director of Juvenile and Adult Diversion for the 17th District Attorney's Office. Previously he was with the Colorado Division of Youth Corrections as Program Director of a 50 bed residential treatment facility. Levon Hupfer, representing the District Attorney's Office in the 17th Judicial District, spoke in opposition to the bill as introduced. He discussed the diversion section of the bill and current practices. He suggested that one of the members of the newly formed committee in the bill be a diversion director. What truly distinguishes Odyssey is the quality of our amazing instructors. The Odyssey Training Center began in 1999 to provide healthcare professionals with an understanding of addiction in order to help people move into recovery. We began with the Diversion program at the 17th Judicial Office, with Levon Hupfer in 2015 and have expanded to working with all of the school districts, including a contract with Adams 12 to serve as their “alternative to suspension/expulsion”. We also receive referrals from municipal courts in Adams County.

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Levon Hupfer, Drug & Alcohol Counselor, Thornton, 80229, (720) 961-8966, Need help with ADDICTION, your TEENAGER, MARRIAGE or RELATIONSHIP? You deserve personalized and individual attention! Director Levon Hupfer. Diversion Office 12200 N Pecos Street, Suite 300 Westminster, Colorado 80234 (303) 453-8535 Fax: (303) 453-8558. The District Attorney’s Diversion Program is a counseling alternative to the prosecution of formal charges in District Court for the offender charged with a non-violent offense. Our program is highly successful. Mar 10, 2020 · Young is the 17th Judicial District Attorney. The district covers Adams and Broomfield counties. According to both the arrest affidavit and the ERPO, Zorn told Levon Hupfer, the director of the

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Levon Hupfer, representing the District Attorney's Office in the 17th Judicial District, spoke in opposition to the bill as introduced. He discussed the diversion section of the bill and current practices. He suggested that one of the members of the newly formed committee in the bill be a diversion director. What truly distinguishes Odyssey is the quality of our amazing instructors. The Odyssey Training Center began in 1999 to provide healthcare professionals with an understanding of addiction in order to help people move into recovery. We began with the Diversion program at the 17th Judicial Office, with Levon Hupfer in 2015 and have expanded to working with all of the school districts, including a contract with Adams 12 to serve as their “alternative to suspension/expulsion”. We also receive referrals from municipal courts in Adams County. Levon Hupfer-Detor Lhupfer@da17.state.co.us. We want to hear from you! Please email us your feedback about an ything r eg ding our xperience . rog am, and we will espond . promptly. diversionfeedback@da17.state.co.us . 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office. Diversion Office 12200 N. Pecos St., Sui e 300 . W estminst , CO 80234 . Phone: 303.453.8535 Levon Hupfer-Detor: Governor 6-26-23: Chris Klene: Governor 7-1-21: Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet: Speaker of the House: 2-1-20: Erin Medina: Governor: 6-26-23: Sen. Dominick Moreno: Senate Minority Leader: 2-14-20: Janet Rowland: President of the Senate: 5-17-20: Rep. Emily Sirota: Speaker of the House: 2-01-20: Margie Thirlby: Speaker of the