Numerous data sources indicate that Colorado is experiencing an increasing problem with heroin. This is supported by data indicating increased rates of heroin seizures and arrests, heroin overdoses, administration of naloxone, new cases of hepatitis C, Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), heroin exposure and treatment for opioid use disorders., prepared by Heroin Response Work Group., "April 2018.", Cover title.
prepared by Heroin Response Work Group., Introduction -- Executive summary -- Heroin seizure and arrest data -- Heroin fatal and non-fatal overdose data -- Naloxone use -- Disease transmission and heroin use -- Neonatal abstinence syndrome -- Heroin exposure calls -- Heroin treatment admissions and user information -- Denver metro treatment client survey -- Conclusion., "April 2017.", Cover title., Print version record.
This plan is unique because it creates a long-term context and vision for the eventual relocation of all of the education, research, service, and patient care programs from the current campus at 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard to 217 acres at the site of the Fitzsimons Army Garrison in Aurora. The plan describes a strategy to relocate most of the core programs of the two institutions within twelve years. In addition, specific program and facility initiatives that are anticipated to develop with in the next five years at both sites are outlined, "September 25, 1998.", Online resource; title from PDF running title (viewed May 2017)
High rates of low birth weight deliveries and infant mortality are persistent public health problems. there has been little improvement in rates of low birth weight and preterm births in the past 20 years. Equally disturbing is the persistent disparity in low-income and minority communities, where the rates of prematurity and low birth weight are twice the national average., "June 9, 2003.", Includes bibliographical references., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Colorado School of Public Health ; in collaboration with the Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, and Children's Hospital Colorado., "November 2016.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2020)
Joan O'Connell, Judith Ouellet, Jennifer Rockell., "February 2014.", Includes bibliographical references (page 60), Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2020), "The project was funded by a contract from the National Indian Health Board which received funding from the Tribal Affairs Group of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services."
The availability of an appropriate workforce is critical to the delivery of mental health consultation in early childhood settings. Consultants need to have knowledge and skills specific to early childhood mental health, early care and education, typical and atypical child development and behavior, and working in a consultative role. The self-evaluation checklist describes competencies that professionals need to provide effective mental health consultation in early childhood settings., "October 2006."-- Footer., Includes: Early childhood mental health consultation / Elena Cohen, Roxane Kaufmann., Includes bibliographical references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2020)
submitted to Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing ; submitted by R. Mark Gritz, Carter Sevick, Martha Meyer, Mika Hamer., "Date of Submission: March 31, 2016. Revised June 20, 2016.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2020)