Here are 15 reasons why the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model of supported employment is the recommended approach to helping individuals with behavioral health disorders find and keep work:
On behalf of the Office of Behavioral Health, a team from the Colorado Health Institute recently traveled 3,546 miles across Colorado to identify the best ideas and programs for preventing youth from using and abusing substances. CHI visited the front lines to talk to experts, community leaders, families and kids to understand how Colorado’s statewide funders can better use their resources to strengthen substance use prevention efforts.
Mineral County BOCC will host a public meeting to present plans for the upcoming courthouse expansion/renovation project on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 beginning at 5 pm. A presentation will be made beginning at 5:30 pm with plenty of time for questions and comments to follow. Planned end to the meeting is 7 pm. Light refreshments and beverages will be available.
Interested stakeholders can review and comment on the proposed rule updates to OBH Rule Volume 2 CCR 502-1 to fully comply with federal incorporation by reference requirements established in 1 CFR Part 51 and removes outdated regulatory requirements for DUI providers.
Opportunity for interested stakeholders to review and comment on the proposed rules for emergency medical services facilities (emergency departments) to report their 72-hour hold data to the Office of Behavioral Health annually.
Opportunity for interested stakeholders to review and comment on the proposed rule to remove the regulatory provision that a license or designation remains in effect during the approval process when a renewal application is submitted to OBH on or before the current expiration date.
Manitou Springs School District 14 (MSSD) coalition that receives Substance Abuse Block Grant prevention funding from the Office of Behavioral Health produced a public service announcement that promotes conversations between parents and their teens about tough situations they may encounter.
2018 Primary Election Alerts:
How important is it to vote in the June 26, 2018 Primary Election? Please be aware that Primary Elections are to select candidates to go on to the November General Election.
A Primary vote can be the deciding vote for an office if there is no one else running for that office. Pursuant to C.R.S. 1-4-105 “No person who has been defeated as a candidate in a primary election shall be eligible for election to the same office by ballot or as a write-in candidate in the next general election.”