The Colorado Department of Human Services, along with several partners, recently broke ground in Aurora on construction of permanent supportive housing for homeless veterans. The Veterans Renaissance Apartments at Fitzsimons will be built on the Anschutz campus, next to the Veterans Community Living Center at Fitzsimons.
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Child Support Services employees and their families volunteered with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver on Dec. 15, helping build affordable housing at the Sheridan Square development near Hampden Avenue and Federal Boulevard.
On Dec. 7, 2018, the State Board of Human Services adopted a rule-making packet presented by the Office of Behavioral Health, updating the rules implementing the Child Mental Health Treatment Act. This rules update was a response to House Bill 18-1094, which extended indefinitely, updated, and renamed the Act to the Children and Youth Mental Health Treatment Act.
Mineral County Board of County Commissioners will hold their mid-month meeting on Tueasday, December 18, 2018 beginning at 9 am at the temporary location of the Mineral County Courthouse, 625 Forest Rd 504.1A. Agenda
The Mineral County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Thursday, December13, 2018 beginning at 9 am at the temporary location of the Mineral County Courthouse, 625 Forest Rd 504.1A, Creede, to approve the 2019 budgets and set appropriations for the upcoming year. Agenda
Today, Colorado Department of Human Services Executive Director Reggie Bicha, Deputy Executive Director of Operations Tony Gherardini, and other members of the CDHS leadership team met with the Joint Budget Committee to discuss the FY 2019-20 budget request.
The timing couldn't have been better. Four days after NASA's InSight Mars craft touched down on the Red Planet, the "Marsvile -- A Cosmic Village" program made its debut Friday at the Zebulon Pike Youth Services Center, 1427 W. Rio Grande St. Read the full article published in the Cheyenne Edition of the Gazette Newspaper.