Colorado SB208 was signed by Governor Polis on July 7, 2020, to renew the Domestic Abuse Tax Check-off before the end of the session. Click below to learn more about the program and watch Governor Polis sign the bill!
DVP awards contracts on the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY), which begins on October 1 and ends on September 30. We are currently in the Federal Fiscal Year 2020 (FFY20). Our federal partners who administer the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act have recently notified each state of their FFY21 award amount. Learn more about next steps by clicking below.
It’s that time again! The DVP Third Quarter Data Report is due on July 20th for services provided from April 1 - June 30. Did you know that DVP published a 30-minute closed-captioned webinar on DVP Outcomes and Data Reporting? This webinar provides a quick overview of the outcomes in the DVP contract and details on how to complete the Quarterly Data Report. You can also take a look at the DVP Data Reporting Requirements Guide for detailed instructions.
Click below to learn about common quarterly data mistakes and how to avoid them!
Only three months to go until MOVERS Implementation! Are you ready? Click below to learn more about what your organization needs to do next for MOVERS.
Question: What does it mean that organizations need to complete time and effort reporting for positions that are funded by DVP?
Click to see DVP's answer!
Mineral County Board of County Commissioners will hold a work session on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 beginning at 10 am at the Mineral County Courthouse. This WILL NOT be a virtual meeting, public is welcome to attend in person. Agenda
Mineral County BOCC will hold their monthly meeting on Monday, July 6, 2020 beginning at 9 am at the Mineral County Courthouse. The meeting can be joined virtually with this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6057658417?pwd=U3R4RzhRNiswVzVQUWprZjdhUmZRdz09 The virtual option for the EPA portion of the meeting beginning at 2 pm will not be available but public is invited to atte
The Long Bill brought cuts to almost every line item pertaining to community-based mental health, substance use treatment and prevention services, and integrated behavioral health services, totaling more than $20 million in cuts to the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) Community Programs Division for Fiscal Year 20-21.
The Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) is committed to providing behavioral health providers with additional guidance and resources throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency. This webpage will serve as the hub for all COVID-19-related information from OBH.
The Colorado Department of Human Services is deeply saddened by the killing of George Floyd and stands against racism in all of its manifestations. At the Office of Behavioral Health, we are challenging ourselves and all of our partners to reflect on how we promote equity in our policies and work.