Feedback Requested on Behavioral Health Crisis System

The Crisis Steering Committee is seeking input from consumers about Colorado Crisis Services, the state's behavioral health crisis system.

The Crisis Steering Committee is a group of diverse stakeholders who are working together to provide recommendations to CDHS on how to improve and enhance the State’s behavioral health crisis system. The crisis system in Colorado includes five modalities: (1) a 24-hour hotline staffed by professional counselors and peers; (2) mobile services;  (3) walk-in centers; (4) crisis stabilization centers; and (5) respite. The Committee hopes to identify system efficiencies that will improve response in all communities and reach those populations at highest risk. The Committee will produce a report by June 30 outlining its recommendations for CDHS.

The Committee is requesting that consumers, or people who have used or are using the system for themselves or their loved ones, complete this anonymous survey. This survey will be open until Friday, May 25.