Several state agencies have issued guidance and processes to help behavioral health providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to update this list.
covid19.colorado.gov is the State of Colorado's main website.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several federal agencies have issued guidance and processes to help behavioral health providers. We will continue to update this list.
COVID19.gov is the central federal website.
Governor Jared Polis has issued a statewide stay-at-home order through April 11. Under this order, behavioral health care providers are considered essential and should continue to provide services during this time with appropriate modifications, such as telehealth or screening protocols for services that must continue in-person.
We have the following expectations for providers:
Behavioral Health Providers:
As we respond to Colorado’s COVID-19 outbreak, the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) is committed to providing you additional guidance and resources. We recognize that these are difficult times, and our staff is on duty and available to support you.
In this email:
During this time, OBH has authorized expanded use of State Opioid Grant dollars to support OTPs in the purchase of the following items:
Signal Behavioral Health, a Managed Service Organization (MSO) and Administrative Services Organization (ASO), released this guide with additional recommendations for providers. OBH agrees with this guidance and is sharing broadly.
March 19, 2020
Dear DUI Service Provider,