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Colorado considers private transportation services for behavioral problems

Monte Whaley | Mar 2, 2020 | Colorado

Someone suffering from a behavioral health crisis in Colorado may soon be transported to a care facility without blaring sirens and emergency lights, under a new bill being considered by lawmakers. The measure, HB 1284, creates a regulatory and service system to provide secure transportation services for individuals experiencing emotional...[ Read More ]

The Denver Foundation awards $8.4 million in behavioral health grants statewide

Emily Viles | Sep 19, 2019 | Colorado

This week, the Denver Foundation announced $8.4 million in grants to agencies that support increased access to behavioral health care statewide. The grants will be distributed via the Foundation’s Colorado Health Access Fund.  Sixteen grants, to various organizations, will be distributed throughout the rest of September. The grants impact a...[ Read More ]

5 Things Colorado: Q&A with Dr. Rep. Caraveo, Reinsurance bill, Behavioral health task force

DJ Wilson | Apr 11, 2019 | Colorado

We are nearing the home stretch for a legislative session set to end on May 3rd. Health care has had a significant role this session, some of which we have highlighted for you below in our monthly newsletter. These 5 Things may not be the five most important things for...[ Read More ]