Within the context of the Division of Youth Correction's "Vision", "Mission Statement", and "Master Goals" each Regional Office shall develop goals and measurable objectives appropriate to its purpose and aligned to the 5 key strategies and 5 core values. The goals and objectives shall be reviewed annually and updated as necessary., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2018)
In Colorado, the Employment First Program goals are to (1) get people to work and (2) reduce individuals' dependence on public assistance. Progress toward these goals is measured by the number of job placements, number of individuals successfully completing an education component, and the number of sanctions imposed for failure to comply., "Updated 11/02.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2012)
Families across Colorado are receiving assistance toward increased self-sufficiency through the Colorado Works Program-- Colorado's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program. Our department, in partnership with 64 counties and hundreds of nonprofit organizations throughout the state, stands firmly behind our mission to support all Colorado families in their efforts to become stable, strong, safe and self-sufficient., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2012)
This document was developed in response to the currently increasing older adult population in Colorado. The Colorado Aging Framework (CAF) incorporates the findings of the 16 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) as they assess the needs of older adults in their communities. It includes information from other states and national organizations, such as the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and others, regarding the most up-to-date thinking on issues affecting older adults (e.g., housing, health care, employment, care giving, etc.). It captures what state agencies in Colorado are doing, right now, to respond to the increasing population of older adults., a partnership between the Colorado Department of Human Services and the Colorado Commission on Aging., "July 2015", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed December 2015)
"June 30, 2001.", Evaluates the activities of 6 designated pilot counties: Boulder, Jefferson, Mesa (designated SFY 1998) and Arapahoe, Pueblo, El Paso (designated SFY 1999)., This program is administered by Colorado Child Welfare Services Division., Mode of access: World Wide Web.