The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) today announced 12 awards to communities to support behavioral health and law enforcement partnerships in collaboration with CDHS’ Office of Behavioral Health (OBH).
The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) today announced plans to convene a multi-stakeholder committee to provide recommendations to CDHS for upgrades to Colorado’s behavioral health crisis system.
Dr. Patrick Fox, chief medical officer for the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) was named a Distinguished Fellow by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) for his significant contributions to the psychiatric field and his dedication to improving public policy and advancing community mental and behavioral health efforts.
Due to a sustained increase in the number of court orders for competency restoration services, the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) today notified Disability Law Colorado (DLC) that it is invoking Departmental Special Circumstances as defined in a settlement agreement between the two organizations.
The Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo (CMHIP) experienced a potential data breach after a staff member on Nov. 1, unintentionally allowed access to a state-issued computer through a phishing scam.
Today, the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) announced the Colorado Works Subsidized Training and Employment Program (CW STEP), an interagency collaborative program connecting Coloradans facing significant barriers to employment with job opportunities.
New statistics from the Colorado Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) indicate 96 percent of impaired driving suspects have their driver licenses revoked, regardless of whether they are ever convicted of a DUI in court.
The Colorado Department of Human Services’ Office of Early Childhood (OEC) released today its quarterly list of high-quality child care and preschool programs. Golden Community Center’s preschool is one of 54 programs that has achieved the top quality rating of Level 5 from Colorado Shines, the state’s quality rating and improvement system for early care and learning programs for children from birth to age 5. The 848 programs included on OEC’s list not only meet licensing standards set by the state, but also demonstrate high quality.
The Colorado Department of Human Services’ Home Visiting Program received $7,773,398 in late September from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration to provide voluntary, evidence-based home visiting services to qualifying at-risk expectant and new mothers through the federal Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program.