Colorado's 988 Crisis Hotline Enterprise Board is currently accepting applications from people with experience in behavioral health.
This purpose of this board is to govern the 988 Crisis Hotline Enterprise, which was created this year by Colorado Senate Bill 21-154 to oversee the implementation of 988 suicide prevention services in Colorado.
Board applications are now being accepted from individuals with experience in behavioral health, including:
- Behavioral health providers in the state;
- Consumers and/or an individuals with family who are consumers of behavioral health services in Colorado (may be someone from an organization that represents consumers);
- Individuals representing public safety answering points; and
- County representatives.
Interested individuals should apply on the governor's Boards and Commissions page no later than Aug. 12.