What's in this Issue
Preparedness starts with you. As you begin considering your 2018 resolutions we ask you to consider dedicating this year to preparedness. We hope you will join us in making Colorado the most prepared state in the nation. You can start today by “Resolving to be COReady in 2018”. Take action today with any of these steps:
The holiday season is upon us! READYColorado hopes your festivities are filled with friends, family, and safety!
This year staff at Gilliam Youth Services Center in Denver kept the annual giving tradition alive by sponsoring 40 children from the Salvation Army.
Today Reggie Bicha, Executive Director of the Department of Human Services, met with the Joint Budget Committee for a second session to discuss the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 budget requests.
Courthouse will be closed from noon on Friday, December 22 through Monday, December 25 for Christmas. Will be open for business at 8 am on Tuesday, December 26.
To ensure individuals transitioning between settings and service providers have access to a broad spectrum of effective medications. SB17-019 requires:
Whenever winter weather arrives, remember this simple message: Get to where you need to be before the weather gets bad! In other words, stay off the roads when it snows!
- Most winter storm deaths result from vehicle or other transportation accidents caused by ice and snow.
- Avoid driving when conditions include sleet, freezing rain or drizzle, snow or dense fog.
- Serious conditions are often underestimated and they make driving, and even walking outside, very hazardous.