Recently, youth from the Eagles Program at Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center went to Clement Park to volunteer at the Second Wind Run for Teen Suicide Awareness. Youth from the program pride themselves in working hard for events that support the community.
On November 1, 2017 the Grand Mesa Youth Services Center (GMYSC) Adventure Club set out to hike the Stage Coach Trail in Palisade, CO. Eight youth and six staff packed their lunches and hit the trail with beautiful fall weather.
This past week the Division was excited to hold its first Family Support Group in Colorado Springs. The group is designed for the families of youth committed to the Division of Youth Services and is facilitated by Julie DeNicola of Stepping Stones Advocacy. Four families attended the inaugural meeting with a focus of self-care.
Released Colorado report provides a brief overview on the costs and effectiveness of alcohol and drug abuse programs for the individuals who received substance use services in Fiscal Year (FY) 2016-2017, the actual cost of serving these individuals and the outcomes related to substance use treatment services.
Opportunity for interested stakeholders to review and comment on the annual Synar report. The report details trends in sales of tobacco to minors and the success of state compliance with the Synar Amendment.
The Colorado Hospital Association and the Office of Behavioral Health are hosting the Colorado Opioid Safety Summit from 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. on Jan. 25 at the Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows. This Summit will bring together a broad range of experts to increase participant knowledge of the state of Colorado's opioid epidemic and progress in opioid reduction strategies.
This report provides a brief overview on the status of Colorado Crisis Services expansions. Senate Bill 17-207, which was signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper in May 2017, provided $7.1 million to the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) in the Colorado Department of Human Services to expand the crisis system and better equip law enforcement to respond to individuals in mental health crisis.
For the second year in a row, a program managed by DFPC was selected to represent the Department of Public Safety in the Governor's 2018 Cut the Burden Protocol. This protocol is intended to highlight a program which significantly improves the efficiency and effectiveness of a program for its stakeholders and employees. This year, the certification and registration program of the Fire & Life Safety Section was selected.
Mineral County BOCC Work Session, Wednesday, Nov 1, 2017 3:00 pm, Mineral County Courthouse - Briefing from RGNF on Forest Revision