CDHS Legislative Affairs

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The Colorado Department of Human Services' Legislative Affairs office develops the agency's legislative agenda in coordination with the executive director, deputy executive directors and executive management team. The office coordinates relationships with the legislative branch, community stakeholders and Colorado's counties.

Legislative reports from CDHS offices

The Colorado Department of Human Services is statutorily required to submit reports to the General Assembly throughout each year on a variety of programs. These reports, which include programmatic data, performance information and/or policy recommendations, are organized below by office and by date. 

Executive Director's Office
FY 2022-23
Office of Adult, Aging and Disability Services
FY 2022-23
Office of Children, Youth and Families
FY 2022-23
Office of Economic Security
FY 2022-23
Administrative Solutions
FY 2022-23

Joint Budget Committee requests for information

Following the passage of the annual appropriations act, known as the Long Bill, the Colorado Department of Human Services receives formal requests for data on an annual basis from the General Assembly's Joint Budget Committee. The responses to these requests are organized below by office and date. 

Executive Director's Office
FY 2022-23
FY 2021-22
Office of Adult, Aging and Disability Services
FY 2022-23
FY 2021-22
Office of Children, Youth and Families
FY 2022-23
FY 2021-22
Office of Civil and Forensic Mental Health
FY 2022-23
  • None to date
FY 2021-22
Office of Early Childhood
FY 2022-23
  • None to date
FY 2021-22
Office of Economic Security
FY 2022-23
FY 2021-22
Administrative Solutions
FY 2022-23
FY 2021-22