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Each Veterans Community Living Center is required to institute a local advisory board. The local advisory board shall ensure appropriate communication channels are in place between the Center, the local community, and other stakeholder groups in order to resolve issues or celebrate successes at the earliest opportunity. The local advisory board shall consist of a minimum five members, at least one of the members shall be a resident of the Center or a person who at the time of his or her appointment is a family member of a resident at the Center. Boards shall submit a year-end report to the Office Director of the Veterans Community Living Centers by July 30. The year-end report shall summarize board activities, member concerns, resident concerns, staffing vacancies, accomplishments and any other issues the board deems appropriate.
2016 Annual Report
C.R.S. 26-12-121: Statute creating the Veterans Community Living Centers-Local Advisory Boards