Colorado's MINDSOURCE-Brain Injury Network was recently recognized in a U.S. News & World Report feature article for its project highlighting the vicious cycle of traumatic brain injury and incarceration.
September is Food Safety Education Month. It's also an important time to note that certain individuals, such as older adults and children under 5, are at an increased risk for foodborne illness.
The Homelake Veterans Community Living Center in Monte Vista, which is run by the Colorado Department of Human Services, recently dedicated its newly renovated chapel, a historic facility that was built in the 19th century.
The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities — a strategic action network that works to help families nationwide who face various barriers to achieve their full potential — will hold its national conference in Denver from Oct. 15-17.
Twenty-one Colorado counties were recognized this month by CDHS executive director Reggie Bicha at the Colorado Counties, Inc. (CCI) conference in Keystone.
Twenty counties received 2017 C-Stat Distinguished Performance Awards for meeting all 21 of their county-facing C-Stat measures 75 percent of the time.
The Distinguished Performance Award Winners included:
Today Reggie Bicha, Executive Director of the Department of Human Services, met with the Joint Budget Committee to discuss the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 budget request.
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.
Today Reggie Bicha, Executive Director of the Department of Human Services, met with the Joint Budget Committee to discuss the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-2019 budget request as it relates to the Executive Director's Office, the Office of Administrative Solutions, and the Office of Children Youth & Families: Division of Child Welfare.
If you have a heart and concern for Colorado's youth, bring your voice to the Tony Grampsas Youth Services (TGYS) Board.
Your voice is needed for a community brainstorming and listening session in Pueblo on October 19.
Who Should Attend?
Residents in the Pueblo area, local community partners, stakeholders, and state employees are welcome to attend!