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Behavioral Health Task Force Public Testimony at Division of Insurance on 3/6/20

The Division of Insurance (DOI) is pleased to host a public testimony opportunity in partnership with the Behavioral Health Task Force on Friday, March 6, 2020, from 2-5 PM. We invite Colorado community members, providers, caretakers, and advocates to share their stories about their experiences interacting with the behavioral health care system. We want to know what you love, what you hate, and/or what we need as a state to ensure every single person has the opportunity to be healthy and well. Your story does not need to be related to commercial insurance.

Each participant gets five minutes to speak (remotely or in-person) and can sign up for a specific time five-minute time slot here. Registration will close one day before the event but has consistently filled up well before then.

So, what do I ask of you? I contacted you because I think you and/or your community has an important behavioral health perspective to share. The event will be held at DOI on 1560 Broadway St., Conference Room 110D from 2-5 PM on Friday, March 6th. Register here if interested and available. If you cannot or are not interested in sharing testimony at the event, please consider sharing it with your networks. (I’ve attached an easily-shareable graphic to this email, as well.)

Have questions? Feel free to reach out directly via email or by phone at (720)701-0072. Thanks so much – I look forward to seeing you soon!

Caitlin Westerson (she, her, hers)
Policy Director
Colorado Consumer Health Initiative

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