Colorado Department of Human Services

About Colorado Department of Human Services

Located within the Colorado Department of Human Services, the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) is responsible for policy development, service provision and coordination, program monitoring and evaluation, and administrative oversight for the public behavioral health system. OBH funds, supports and monitors numerous mental health and substance abuse community programs and providers, reviews and designates the State's 27-65 providers and licenses substance use disorder providers. OBH also operates the Colorado Mental Health Institutes at Fort Logan and Pueblo. OBH executes the State's federal responsibilities as the State Mental Health Authority and the State Substance Abuse Authority for the purposes of administering federal mental health and substance abuse block grant funds.

Open Positions at Colorado Department of Human Services

Early Care and Learning Communications Specialist

The Early Care and Learning Communications Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies affecting early care and learning initiatives including, but not limited to, Colorado Shines, Child Care Resource & Referral, Early Childhood Councils, the Infant & Toddler Quality and Availability grant program, Expanding Quality Initiative, early childhood professional development, Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP), Colorado Early Learning & ...
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