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Colorado Behavioral Health Task Force

Overview

Colorado Behavioral Health Task Force – HCPF Website

The mission of the task force is to evaluate and set the roadmap to improve the current behavioral health system in the state. This includes developing Colorado’s “Behavioral Health Blueprint” by June 2020, with the anticipated implementation of recommendations starting in July 2020.

Public Testimonies

The Behavioral Health Task Force (BHTF) wants to hear from the public about their journey within the Behavioral Health system; the challenges that are still being worked through, suggestions to make the behavioral health system work for all Coloradans, the groups where support has been found, and the resources that helped find success.

The BHTF will be offering at least one public testimony opportunity each month through June 2020. The following dates and locations have been identified thus far. (Follow the link and click on the highlighted date to see times still available.)
January 14, 2020
January 18, 2020
January 31, 2020

Anyone wishing to testify will need to register at www.calendly.com/BHTF by 10 am on the previous business day. Please review further instructions and details here.


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