Learn about the work involving the creation of Universal Contract Provisions. Join a forum on Monday, June 5 from 8 to 10 a.m. Register for the opportunity to provide feedback.
Colorado is reforming its behavioral health system. This transformation is vital to make sure every Coloradan can access the behavioral health care they need when they need it. The Department of Health Care Policy & Financing is working with other state agencies to develop a comprehensive behavioral health safety net. A stronger system of care will help people with severe behavioral health disorders, including individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. This page was created to keep behavioral health providers, advocates, and partners up-to-date on the reform efforts.
Legislative Requirements and Reports
- HB22-1268 Behavioral Health Provider Rate Comparison Report - August 2022
- HB22-1278: Behavioral Health Administration Bill
- Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Parity Report - June 2022
- SB19-222: Individuals at Risk of Institutionalization (Behavioral Health Safety Net)
- SB19-222: Implementation Plan
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Planning Grant Application Materials
- Colorado CCBHC Planning Grant 2023
- CO CCBHC Planning Grant Budget Narrative
- Colorado’s 2023 CCBHC Planning Grant Project Abstract
- Attachment 2: Standard Data Collection Instruments/Interview Protocols
- Attestation for Supervision of Unlicensed and/or Pre-licensed Practitioners
- Colorado Medicaid Standards for Unlicensed Practitioners Policy
- Frequently Asked Questions Document
- Medicaid Directed Payment Fee Schedule
Tools and Resources
Ask a question or make a suggestion. Email email@example.com.