The following legislation was passed in 2019 and provides improvements to Colorado's behavioral health system.
Holly Cappello, Psy.D., Trauma Informed Care Psychologist with the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan shares how the hospital's trauma-informed approach can help ease the healing process.
U.S. Elections Project and Nonprofit Vote Released a forty page report entitled, “American Goes to the Polls 2018: Voter Turnout and Policy in the Country in March 2019 that presents election data and analyzes how voting polices impacted voter participation and engagement.
The report found a significant increase in voter turnout for the 2018 midterm election.
The Office of Behavioral Health is working to promote National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day on May 9.
Our last Get Insured Colorado topic is avoiding insurance pitfalls and scams. Most insurance pitfalls result in paying higher premiums or the loss of insurance coverage. Insurance scams can be avoided by following these three steps: stop, call and confirm.
Common Insurance Pitfalls
Avoid common pitfalls that may result in paying higher premiums or even losing insurance. Consider carrying a higher deductible. It will save you money on your premium and discourage you from filing small claims that may put you at risk for non-renewal.