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State funding bolsters seamless safety net for County’s Mental and Behavioral Health Services

You or someone you know may soon benefit directly from the nearly $237,000 recently received from the State of Colorado to ensure residents of Douglas County working through a mental or behavioral health issue have a seamless and supportive safety net. Douglas County will use its $236,801 for a dedicated case manager and peer recovery… Read On

Tell Us More About Injury Prevention, Management and Prevention of Disease, and Behavioral Health

You’re helping shape the future of public health in Douglas County. Through surveys and Live Town Hall events, you’ve helped determine the County’s three public health priorities – Injury Prevention, Management and Prevention of Disease, and Behavioral Health. Your input is still needed as we create goals and strategies related to these topics. Please complete… Read On

Let’s talk about the top three public health priorities in Douglas County

In the recent Community Health Survey, you helped identify Douglas County’s most pressing public health issues – Behavioral Health, Management and Prevention of Disease, and Injury Prevention. During three virtual meetings, experts will discuss these topics and gather additional community feedback: 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6: Injury Prevention 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7: Management and… Read On