Sol and BJ Baumgardner have provided foster care for 71 children over the last fifteen years.
The Persistent Drunk Driver (PDD) Committee will conclude its university social norms campaign at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs in June with impressive results. The campaign, called Help Drive Home the Message - #SmartMoveUCCS, used data from annual surveys of more than 600 UCCS students to identify and promote the positive actions most students already take to avoid impaired driving.
This legislative session, the General Assembly reauthorized the Child Mental Health Treatment Act (House Bill 18-1094), which extends the Office of Behavioral Health-managed program indefinitely, renames it the Children and Youth Mental Health Treatment Act (CYMHTA) and makes a number of policy changes.
Support the Office of Behavioral Health's opioid anti-stigma campaign. Here's how.
The Office of Behavioral Health and the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention releases new resource Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention: A Colorado Community Reference.
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The Office of Behavioral Health convened a meeting April 27 around the State Targeted Response to the Opioid Crisis Grant to celebrate year-one accomplishments of grantees and community partners and to plan for year-two funding.