Behavioral health task force seeks input
Last updated 2/19/2020 at 1:32pm
The state Behavioral Health Task Force (BHTF) wants to hear from individuals about their experiences accessing behavioral health services to help direct improvements, and is leading an event Feb. 26 in El Paso County to collect public testimony.
State staff know the system is working for some, but it’s not working for everyone. In order to reform the behavioral health system and ensure it’s working for all Coloradans, the task force needs to hear from those who are using such services. Speakers must sign up for a specific time.
Public Testimony opportunities are broadcast by webinar. Me...