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Colorado has received a year-long planning grant from the federal Administration for Community Living to complete a No Wrong Door Implementation Plan. This 3-year plan will detail the implementation of a statewide No Wrong Door system in Colorado. This system will aim to make it easy for people of all ages, disabilities and income levels to learn about and access the Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) they need allowing for a more streamlined LTSS enrollment process.
This project is a joint effort of the:
The No Wrong Door Project Team, comprised of representatives from HCPF, SUA, OBH, and DVR, Nonprofit Impact (meeting facilitators) and the Colorado Health Institute (content and policy experts) will work with the No Wrong Door Planning Advisory Group to draft the Implementation Plan.
No Wrong Door Implementation Grant Page
If you would like to have paper copies of the reading materials at the meetings, please contact Aron Snyder at email@example.com or (303) 866-3312.
Note: This is not an active committee, but a list of people who participated in the creation of the NWD implementation plan
No Wrong Door Steering Committee Members
No Wrong Door Project Team Members
Planning Advisory Group:
The No Wrong Door Planning Advisory Group is comprised of representatives from stakeholder groups across Colorado, such as consumer advocacy organizations, providers for HCBS, independent living centers, single entry point agencies, community centered boards, consumers and advocates.
This group is:
• Responsible for drafting the plan content;
• Soliciting input from stakeholders as requested; and
• Participating in 4 full-day planning meetings between March and May 2015.
Letter to the Planning Advisory Group from the No Wrong Door Project Lead
How the No Wrong Door Planning Grant relates to the Community Living Advisory Group Recommendations:
How the No Wrong Door Planning Grant relates to the Goals of Colorado's Community Living Plan (Colorado's response to the Olmstead Decision):
Planning Grant Documents
Focus Group Documents
Entry Point Fact Sheets
Federal Administration for Community Living Documents
Behavioral Health Documents
Other Background Documents
LTSS Flowchart Documents
Information, Referral and Awareness
Florida Medicaid Complete Screening Example
Person-Centered Options Counseling
Oregon Standards for Options Counselors
Streamlined Eligibility Determination
Illinois Coordinated Point of Entry Standards
Person-Centered Transition Support
Connecticut Transition Guide for Community Living
Washington AAA Care Transitions Toolkit
Consumer, Partner and Stakeholder Involvement
Iowa ADRC Stakeholder Experience Survey
Oregon ADRC Consumer Satisfaction Survey Script
Continuous Quality Improvement
Oregon ADRC Evaluation Framework
Nevada ADRC Program Evaluation Report March 2012
Reasonable accommodations for the meetings will be provided upon request for persons with disabilities.
Please contact John R. Barry at 303-866-3173 at least one week prior to the scheduled meeting if you need accommodations.