Offender Behavioral Health Services (Formerly known as SB-97)

The goal of the Offender Behavioral Health Services (OBHS) is to address Colorado’s continued growth in the demand for community-based mental health services for individuals with mental illness involved in local and state criminal justice systems.

Through funds authorized by the Colorado General Assembly the CDHS Office of Behavioral Health funds behavioral health (including mental health and substance user disorder) service programs for juvenile and adult offenders with mental health problems who are involved in the criminal justice system.

OBHS Program Description
Updated August 2019

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