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The primary function of this council is to provide guidance and recommendations regarding operational policy and procedural changes to the CCT program and to create solutions to streamline community transitions. The council will analyze barriers for transitions and provide recommendations for improved practices. Additionally, the CCT Advisory Council will provide recommendations for the use of rebalancing funds to the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. The work of this council will directly inform the implementation of Colorado’s Olmstead Plan.
CCT Brochure - Updated 2016
CCT Sustainability Plan - 2015
CCT Advisory Council Charter - August 2015
The CCT Advisory Council meets quarterly on the last Thursday of January, April, July and October from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
CCT Community Liaison - Teresa Nguyen or 303-866-6420 (Co-Chair)
ADAPT - Dawn Russell or 303-884-1471
Arc of Colorado - Marijo Rymer or 303-864-9334 ext. 11
Area Agency on Aging - Region 3A - Anaya Robinson
Area Agency on Aging - Region 3B - Keith Carr
Centers for Independent Living (CIL) - Katherine Hotvedt
Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council - Kitty Reed-MacDonald
Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition - Jose Torres-Vega or 720-249-2206 (Co-Chair)
Community Centered Board - Mike Atlas Acuna or 719-546-0572 ext. 3119
Consumer - Ed Milewski or 720-236-8225
Division of Housing (DOH) Representative - Ann Watts
Disability Law Colorado - Kelsey Meredith
HCBS Provider - Tracy Martinez or 970-847-6115
Nursing Facility - Sara Dent or 303-399-2040
Ombudsman - Jennifer Reeves or 303-455-1000
Single Entry Point - Caity Thompson
Transition Coordinator - The Independence Center - Nicole Faucher
Transition Coordinator - The Resource Exchange - Trachell Harris
Teresa Nguyen, CCT Community Liaison
Reasonable accommodations for the meetings will be provided upon request for persons with disabilities.
Please contact Teresa.Nguyen@state.co.us at 303-866-6420, or the 504/ADA Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
at least one week prior to the scheduled meeting if you need accommodations.
Colorado Choice Transitions (CCT) was supported by Funding Opportunity Number 1LICMS330819 from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The contents provided are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.