The time for Behavioral Health Reform in Colorado is now. With a groundswell of support from the
Governor’s Office and stakeholders from all four
corners of the State, reform is not only possible, but a reality. Together, we will ensure that every Coloradan with a behavioral health need receives timely, high-quality and affordable care within their community.
Three and a half million Coloradans have private
insurance or are Medicaid members. Thus, there is a commitment from the Department of Health Care
Policy and Financing (HCPF), which is the State’s
Medicaid agency, and the Colorado Division of
Insurance to align efforts to ensure behavioral health services are provided to all Coloradans. This will help to further promote health equity.