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Many of our programs and benefits are handled by county human services offices. Click here for a list of county contacts.
Introducing our new SEE ME behavioral health campaign
An estimated 1 million Coloradans have a behavioral health condition. Our new SEE ME campaign is designed to help.
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Energy assistance is available
The application period for Colorado's Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) is open. Click here for more information.
State notifies people impacted by error
The State of Colorado has sent letters notifying affected people about a recent technical error that resulted in incorrect information appearing on Notice to Reapply for food and cash assistance programs. Read more about the letters here.
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The federal government has finalized a revised and expanded "public charge" rule that may impact immigrants' applications for visas, permanent residency or admission to the U.S. These changes will have impacts on community members and families with certain immigration statuses here in Colorado.
Today, the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Early Childhood announced a report and a strategic plan centered on the vision that all children are ready for school when entering kindergarten. These reports detail Colorado’s most pressing needs for children ages birth through 5, and a path forward to increase access to important programs and services for Colorado families of young children.
On Valentine’s Day, the Colorado Department of Human Services, along with Denver Hospice and the Wish of a Lifetime #CupidCrew, will be visiting residents of the Veterans Community Living Center at Fitzsimons and delivering hundreds of roses and valentines.