Is your organization still deciding on your ACRTI goal for FFY20? Need some inspiration? Look no further! We asked representatives from organizations across Colorado to answer some questions about their goal-setting process. Make sure to check out this month's Organizational Spotlight to learn more about what other organizations in Colorado are doing to enhance advocacy practices.
In FFY20, DVP-funded organizations have a couple of requirements to show work on becoming more accessible, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed.
- Organizations must have at least one staff person attend at least one ACRTI-focused training during the year. Violence Free Colorado and the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault both offer qualifying webinars and many of the workshops offered at their joint Colorado Advocacy In Action conference will also be ACRTI-focused.
- Organizations must set a goal related to enhancing ACRTI advocacy. You can find information about developing goals for advancing ACRTI advocacy in the Strengthening Inclusive Advocacy document.
Learn more about how to report on these two requirements.
Members of the Board of County Commissioners will be attending a meeting with the EPA and Colorado Deparment of Water Quality at the Rio Grande Silver Administration Building on Thursday, February 27, 2020 beginning at 2 pm. No decision will be made.
The Office of Behavioral Health, Criminal Justice Services team is partnering with the University of Colorado to launch the Jail Based Behavioral Health Services (JBBS) Improvement Project. Learn how we will plan to work with jails and their communities to make JBBS services and implementation more efficient, user-friendly and meaningful.
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Columbine Water and Sanitation District is honored to provide water distribution and wastewater collection services to the residents and businesses within our District boundaries. Labor, equipment, maintenance and operations are provided to Columbine Water and Sanitation by our partner district, Platte Canyon Water and Sanitation.
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Valley Sanitation District is honored to provide wastewater collection services to the residents and businesses within our District boundaries. Labor, equipment, maintenance and operations are provided to Valley Sanitation by our partner district, Platte Canyon Water and Sanitation.
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When it comes to solving the state’s opioid crisis, Colorado health care providers and organizations must be willing to embrace change.