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CDHS recognizes 15 counties for distinguished performance

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DENVER (June 7, 2023) — The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) recently recognized 15 counties for 2022 C-Stat Distinguished Performance. C-Stat is a performance management tool that allows CDHS to better focus on and improve performance outcomes that enhance people’s lives. The Distinguished Performance Award recognizes counties that meet goals for timeliness, safety and accuracy in their work. Counties that meet their goals are more likely to be meeting the needs of individuals and families in their community. They are also more likely to have more completed applications for programs such as SNAP, the Low-income Energy Assistance Program and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). The counties’ exceptional performance will help more Coloradans feed their families, heat their homes, care for their loved ones and realize their potential. Connecting people with essential services empowers them to pursue opportunities to develop valuable skills, get good jobs, and build a more secure future for themselves and their families.

“Once again our county partners have stepped up to deliver for Coloradans,” said CDHS Interim Co-Executive Director Anne-Marie Braga. “Their expertise and dedication help individuals and families across our state to maximize their health, safety and dignity. By achieving their goals, our county teams are empowering people in their communities to pursue theirs.” 

Fifteen counties received the C-Stat Distinguished Performance Award for meeting their goals in 2022:

  • San Juan County met 91.7% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Sedgwick County met 88.9% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Dolores County met 88.5% of C-Stat goals
  • Ouray County met 86.2% of C-Stat goals.
  • Eagle County met 83.6% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Hinsdale County met 83.3% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Broomfield County met 82.8% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Routt County met 82.8% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Elbert County met 81.3% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Gunnison County met 79.4% of C-Stat goals.
  • Montezuma County met 77.4% of C-Stat goals.  
  • Prowers County met 77.3% of C-Stat goals.
  • Arapahoe County met 75% of C-Stat goals.
  • Archuleta County met 75% of C-Stat goals. 
  • Teller County met 75% of C-Stat goals.

CDHS is proud of our county partners and the work they do every day to keep Colorado moving forward!

Media contact:
Laura Strother, Director of County Relations