Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed February 2012), Introduction and background -- Applicable rules -- Minimum training prior to unsupervised contact -- Minimum training within first 90 days -- Minimum training support services -- Ongoing training tequirements -- Generic agency employee training -- Establishing competencies -- Transfer of training requirements -- Trainer aualifications.
"Funding for this project was provided to the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care, by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families through Grant #, Description based on print version record.
"Funding for this project provided by the Department of Health and Human Services, the Administration for Children and Families, through grant #90-CN-132, promoting community connections and family-directed respite options in Colorado.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 58-60)., Description based on print version record.
Cover title., "February 4, 1998.", "Prepared under a grant from the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (Grant No. 90-FF-0027) to the Colorado Department of Human Services for the Model Office Project.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"General Topic Overview: All Facilities."--Cover., "Publication Date: November 2012."--Footer page 1., "Each State Facility Provides A Program Specific Handbook Addendum."--First unnumbered page., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed May 2015)
Approximately 13% of youth ages 8 to 15 experience severe mental disorders in a given year; a rate that increases to 20% for youth ages 13 to 18. Rates increase to over 50% when mild and moderate mental disorders are also included. In Colorado and across the nation, uncoordinated care is consistently cited by consumers, families, practitioners and other stakeholders as being a primary barrier to quality and cost effective care. The COACT project also sponsored an evaluation to examine the service delivery that existed prior to the implementation phase of the system of care. The goal of this evaluation was to document high intensity service utilization and cost, system overlap, and outcomes for high utilizers of public services., submitted by Diane R. Fox, Nancy Johnson Nagel, Kaia Gallagher, Ashley Brock-Baca ; submitted to Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2018)