This is Colorado's FY 2007, or Year three, Implementation Report for Colorado's federal Community Mental Health Services Block Grant Plan. This report covers the third fiscal year of Colorado's multi-year plan that was approved without modifications for FY 2005-2007. Of the 28 targets in this Plan, Colorado achieved seven, and missed another five by 7.0 percent or less. Five of the remaining 16 that were missed were related to evidence-based and promising practices where the definitions of what counts as these practices changed between the time the Plan was approved (and Targets set) and this Report., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed March 2015)
Colorado's Mental Health Block allocation increased from $5,757,965 to $6,224,556 an increase of $466,591 during federal fiscal year 2007, or Year Three of the State's three year approved plan (2005-2007). Due primarily to the timing of the increase and this Report, Colorado is not recommending nor making any changes to the goals of the current Plan., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed March 2015)
text file, Began with 2001 survey report., Last report published 2010., Cover title., October 2009 report also called 9th annual., Merged with: Colorado. Department of Human Services. Administrative Review Division. Client satisfaction services survey (Online) to form: Colorado. Department of Human Services. Administrative Review Division. Services satisfaction report.
This is a guide for Commissioners to use in hiring a Director of a Social or Human Services Department. Hiring a new Director is one of the most important decisions a Board can make and this guide provides some ideas for Commissioners to consider. The guide contains sections on: The County Board Appoints the County Director, Characteristics (Functions) of Directors, Summary of Director Responsibilities, Hiring Requirements, Necessary Knowledge and Skills of County Directors and Recruitment Tools., Publication date from PDF file properties., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed May 2015)
Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed February 2012), "April 2000.", "Prepared under a grant from the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (Grant No. 90-XE-0007) to the Colorado Department of Human Services for the Multiple Intervention Grant.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The OCSE-funded project described in this report led to the creation of Data Information Sharing (DISH), an interface between the automated databases for the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Support Enforcement (CSE) and the Colorado Judicial Department., Cover title., "August 2010.", Prepred under OCSE Grant, Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Colorado Department of Human Services, Domestic Violence Program (DVP) was contacted by several crisis centers who expressed confusion regarding State Rule 12 CCR 2512-2 (DVP), Ê¹12.201.2.C.6, which instructs advocates to notify victims that reporting "danger to self or others" in addition to mandatory child abuse reporting is an exception to confidentiality. The purpose of this Guide is to clearly communicate the DVP rule related to danger to self or others as well as provide clarification on the language of the rule. The Guide also serves to provide sample policies for DVP funded programs to utilize and adapt for their programmatic needs., "May 2012.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2014)
The Domestic Violence Program is the state government entity responsible for administering funding to Colorado's community-based domestic violence crisis centers (funded crisis centers) as well as providing technical assistance, training, and consultation to state, county, and other programs. As such, the Domestic Violence Program works collaboratively with CDHS programs, and county and non-governmental agencies to develop state domestic violence policy, address legislative issues, and measure the effectiveness and quality of domestic violence programs., "Original Draft 2009- Updated 2010 -- Next Review 2011.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2014)