A mental health hold can help Coloradans in crisis. But for many who are seriously ill, that’s where the help stops.
Mental health advocates want to overhaul the state law for 72-hour involuntary holds. But helping people with serious mental illness will require a lot more than that.
Colorado has half a billion dollars to fix its mental health system. But it won’t work without workers.
Community mental health centers across the state are more desperate for workers than ever. More than 1,090 jobs are vacant at 17 regional centers.
Colorado Medicaid contractor reverses course, will no longer try to recoup payments from mental health providers
The announcement came two days after The Colorado Sun reported that mental health providers would no longer accept Medicaid patients because of the debacle.
Colorado mental health therapists are quitting Medicaid over latest payment debacle
Several behavioral health providers say they will no longer treat Medicaid patients after 199 providers received letters ordering them to return payment for therapy already completed.
Opinion: We need a national prevention strategy for health and behavioral health problems
Social distancing could drag on for months in Colorado. How will we stay sane?
Experts offer ways to meet the mental health challenges — and risks including abuse and neglect — of prolonged social isolation.