READYColorado Blog: Resolve to be #COReady. Preparedness Starts with You.

Preparedness starts with you.  As you begin considering your 2018 resolutions we ask you to consider dedicating this year to preparedness.  We hope you will join us in making Colorado the most prepared state in the nation.

You can start today by “Resolving to be #COReady in 2019”.  Take action today with any of these steps:

FEMA Seeks Feedback on Supply Chain Resilience Guide

A message from DHSEM's Private Sector Liaison
Private sector stakeholders may be particularly interested in the six-step process described in Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101: Developing and Maintaining Emergency Operations Plans that focus on supply chain operations.  Below is a statement from FEMA with a request for your feedback on the Supply Chain Resilience Guide

Announcing Updated Behavioral Health Rules Regarding Children and Youth

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.