The Colorado Department of Human Services supports House Bill 19-1237, Licensing Behavioral Health Entities, which would streamline behavioral health facility and program standards so that individuals can receive the behavioral health services they need quickly and efficiently from facilities licensed to operate in Colorado.
For the first time, Colorado has a statewide strategic plan for primary prevention of substance use. The strategic plan focuses on advancing prevention by using evidence-based programs and strategies; strengthening the prevention workforce; aligning state agency funders of prevention and addressing inequities in substance abuse and access to prevention services.
Mineral County Board of Commissioners have called a special meeting for Monday, March 25, 2019 to begin at 1:30 pm at the temporary location of the Mineral County Courthouse, 624 Forest Rd 504.1A, Creede. Agenda
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles announces refund process for residents affected by December specific ownership tax miscalculation
DENVER, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 – The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, in conjunction with Colorado counties, has established a refund process for those individuals affected by a Specific Ownership Tax (SOT) miscalculation which caused them to pay a higher SOT rate when they renewed their motor vehicle registration.
All domestic violence advocates are considered mandatory reporters of child maltreatment and April is a great time to revisit the FREE online mandatory reporter training
Join Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Campaign Partners to launch National Child Abuse Prevention Month in Colorado on Tuesday, April 2nd from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Colorado State Capitol. Learn more about Chil Abuse Prevention Awareness Month!
Below are a couple bills that are currently in the Legislature and interact with the Department of the Treasury.
HB19-088: Colorado’s Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act (RUUPA) -
You can support local community-based domestic violence organizations with your tax refund. Learn more about this fund and it's benefits today!
Do you ever have a question regarding what is required by DVP? Every month DVP features common questions we received from funded programs and our response.
Question: I am a Spanish/English bilingual advocate and other organizations (and sometimes even my own organization) has requested that I serve as the interpreter for a monolingual Spanish-speaking client. What is DVP’s guidance on bilingual advocates serving in this capacity?