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Pathways To Behavioral Health Care

Concerning a feasibility study to determine pathways to behavioral health care for people with serious mental illness.
2023 Regular Session
Human Services
Bill Summary

The bill requires the state department of human services (state department) to contract with an independent third party to conduct a feasibility study to determine the feasibility of creating a system to support individuals with serious mental illness through a collaboration between Colorado's behavioral health and judicial systems.

The bill requires the state department to work with the behavioral health administration, department of local affairs, department of public safety, department of health care policy and financing, judicial department, and other state agencies to determine the eligibility requirements and application process for selecting the independent third party.

The bill requires the state department to submit a report detailing the findings and recommendations from the feasibility study to the general assembly, the governor's office, and impacted state agencies by December 31, 2023.

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)


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Bill Text


Sponsor Type Legislators
Prime Sponsor

Rep. J. Amabile, Rep. R. Armagost
Sen. B. Pelton, Sen. R. Rodriguez



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