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Bill # CBHC Bill SummaryCBHC ContactPositionCalendar NotificationShort TitleMost Recent StatusFiscal Note StatusDate IntroducedHouse SponsorsSenate Sponsors
HB19-1001Establishes hospital transparency measures Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARHospital Transparency Measures To Analyze Efficacy 3/28/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Kennedy, Rankin  
HB19-1004Requires CDPHE and DoI to develop a proposal concerning the design, costs, benefits, and implementation of a state option for health care coverage. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARProposal For Affordable Health Coverage Option 5/17/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Roberts and Catlin Donovan 
HB19-1009The bill expands a housing voucher program for individual living with a SUD, requires recovery residences to become licensed by CDPHE, and establishes a opioid crisis recovery fund and advisory task force. Frank Support Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE (CONTINUED)
(1) in senate calendar.  
Substance Use Disorders Recovery 5/23/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Kennedy and Singer Priola, Pettersen 
HB19-1017The bill creates a pilot program to place school social worker professionals in each grade k-5 within one school district. Moses Support Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(1) in senate calendar.  
Kindergarten Through Fifth Grade Social And Emotional Health Act 5/10/2019 Sent to the Governor
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Michaelson Jenet Fields 
HB19-1019The bill establishes continuing professional competency requirements for registered psychotherapists registered in Colorado. Moses Monitor NOT ON CALENDARPsychotherapists Continuing Competency Requirements 2/15/2019 House Third Reading Lost - No Amendments
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Coleman  
HB19-1027The bill creates new reporting requirements for agencies that operate a clean syringe exchange program.  Monitor NOT ON CALENDARClean Syringe Exchange Environmental Impact Report 1/23/2019 House Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Postpone Indefinitely
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Beckman  
HB19-1044The bill creates an advanced behavioral health treatment order option and process. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARAdvance Behavioral Health Orders Treatment 3/28/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Kraft-Tharp and Landgraf Todd and Coram 
HB19-1052Authorizes the creation of early childhood development service districts to provide services for children from birth through 8 years of age. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDAREarly Childhood Development Special District 4/3/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Rankin and McCluskie  
HB19-1073Creates a grant program for local law enforcement agencies to participate in the Colorado Information Sharing Consortium. Frank Monitor Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(1) in senate calendar.  
Law Enforcement Information Sharing Grant Program 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-11 Benavidez Fields 
HB19-1120Allows a minor 12 years of age or older to seek an obtain psychotherapy services (not including inpatient) with or without the consent of the minor's parent or guardian, encourages professionals working with a minor to obtain consent from the minor to speak with the minors parent of guardian, requires the state to develop and maintain a mental health education literacy resource bank, and required the state board of education to adopt standards related to mental health and suicide prevention. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARYouth Mental Health Education And Suicide Prevention 5/16/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-16 Michaelson Jenet and Roberts Fenberg 
HB19-1125Allows a mental health professional who is a respondent to a dismissed complaint to access information regarding the complaint, with redacted information regarding the identity of individuals involved in the complaint. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARMental Health Professional Access To Dismissed Complaint 3/8/2019 House Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Postpone Indefinitely
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-23 Melton  
HB19-1129Prohibits mental health professionals from engaging in conversion therapy with a minor. Also makes the advertising or practice of conversion therapy by a healthcare professional a deceptive trade practice. Moses Actively Support NOT ON CALENDARProhibit Conversion Therapy for A Minor 5/31/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-25 Michaelson Jenet and Esgar, Duran, Herod, Valdez A., Galindo, Jaquez Lewis, Titone Fenberg, Moreno, Ginal 
HB19-1160Creates a 3-year mental health facility pilot program to provide residential care, treatment, and services to persons with both a mental health diagnosis and a physical health diagnosis including requirements for applicants. Directs CDPHE to select one or 2 applicants for the pilot program. Frank Monitor Friday, May 3 2019
(2) in house calendar.  
Mental Health Facility Pilot Program 5/21/2019 Signed by Governor
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-30 Landgraf and Singer, Pelton, Bockenfeld, Larson, Wilson, McKean, Catlin, Gonzales- Gardner 
HB19-1168Authorizes the state to apply for a state innovation waiver and federal funding to implement and operate a reinsurance program to assist health insurers in paying high-cost insurance claims. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARState Innovation Waiver Reinsurance Program 5/17/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-01 McCluskie and Rich, Buckner, Esgar, Kennedy, McLachlan, Roberts, Soper Donovan and Rankin 
HB19-1169Makes changes to the involuntary transportation hold statutes  Monitor NOT ON CALENDARMental Health Involuntary Transportation Holds 3/1/2019 House Committee on Public Health Care & Human Services Postpone Indefinitely
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-04 Arndt Cooke 
HB19-1176Creates the health care cost analysis task force to complete a health care cost analysis of 4 health care financing systems. Frank Monitor Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE (CONTINUED)
(1) in senate calendar.  
Health Care Cost Savings Act of 2019 5/31/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-12 Sirota and Jaquez Lewis, Benavidez, Singer Foote 
HB19-1177Creates the ability for a family or household member or a law enforcement officer to petition the court for a temporary extreme risk protection order. The ERPO prohibits an individual from possessing, controlling, purchasing, or receiving a firearm for 364 days. Upon issuance of the ERPO, the respondent shall surrender all of his or her firearms and his or her concealed carry permit if the respondent has one. The bill outlines directives for implementation. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARExtreme Risk Protection Orders 4/12/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-14 Sullivan and Garnett Court and Pettersen 
HB19-1193Makes amendments to the special connections program that provides access to substance use disorder treatment to pregnant and parenting women. creates child care pilot programs for parenting women engaged in substance use disorder treatment. Prohibits information relating to substance use during pregnancy, with certain exceptions, that is obtained as part of providing postpartum care for up to one year postpartum or disclosed while women are seeking or participating in behavioral health treatment from being used in court. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARBehavioral Health Supports For High-risk Families 5/23/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-21 Herod and Pelton Garcia 
HB19-1211Creates new requirements on insurance carriers around the handling of prior authorizations Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARPrior Authorization Requirements Health Care Service 5/13/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-25 Michaelson Jenet  
HB19-1226Creates reforms in Colorado's bond and pretrial statutes towards increasing the release of individuals who can safely be in the community. This bill follows recommendations approved by the CCJJ. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARBond Reform 5/1/2019 Senate Committee on Appropriations Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the Whole
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-08 Herod and Soper Lee 
HB19-1233Creates a a primary care payment reform collaborative in DOI and requires the establishment of affordability standards for premiums, and requires HCPF and carriers for state employees to set targets for investment in primary care. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARInvestments In Primary Care To Reduce Health Costs 5/16/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-08 Froelich and Caraveo Ginal and Moreno 
HB19-1237Reforms behavioral health facility licensing across several state departments to establish a single Behavioral Health Entity license within CDPHE that will allow for service-based licensure. Creates a committee to advise on regulations and implementation for the change. Requires a BHE that was previously licensed by CDPHE to obtain a BHE license by July 1, 2022 and a BHE that was previously licensed or approved by CDHS to obtain a BHE license by July 1, 2024. Includes a number of conforming amendments to introduce the BHE facility type into statute. Moses Actively Support NOT ON CALENDARLicensing Behavioral Health Entities 6/3/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-12 Cutter  
HB19-1244Expands the types of law enforcement entities that can apply for a grant from the peace officers mental health support grant program and specifies new permissible uses of grant money. Adds reporting requirements for grant recipients. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARExpand Peace Officer Mental Health Support Program 5/21/2019 Signed by Governor
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-15 Coleman and Carver, Singer Fields and Gardner, Cooke, Tate 
HB19-1263Reforms offense levels for certain possession violations towards the goal of reducing criminal penalties for substance use. Moses Support Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
(1) in senate calendar.  
Offense Level For Controlled Substance Possession 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-22 Herod and Sandridge Marble and Lee 
HB19-1269Bill includes parity reforms for both private carriers and Colorado's Medicaid program.  Support NOT ON CALENDARMental Health Parity Insurance Medicaid 5/16/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-25 Cutter and Sullivan, Kipp, Michaelson Jenet, Mullica Ginal 
HB19-1275Increases eligibility for record sealing for individuals with prior drug related criminal charges. Moses Support Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE (CONTINUED)
(1) in senate calendar.  
Increased Eligibility For Criminal Record Sealing 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-26 Weissman and Soper Lee 
HB19-1285The bill clarifies that HCPF may directly offer a contract to Denver Health and Hospital Authority for their Medicaid Choice + MCO. They will continue to collaborate with the MCO (Colorado Access) that holds the MCO contract for behavioral health services. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARDenver Health Managed Care Organization Contracts With The Department Of Health Care Policy And Financing 5/31/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-29 Lontine Fields 
HB19-1287This bill includes policy recommendations for a treatment capacity tracker, a care navigation program, and a new fund for expanding treatment capacity to be managed by MSOs. Frank Support Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE - CONSENT CALENDAR
(1) in senate calendar.  
Treatment For Opioids And Substance Use Disorders 5/14/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-29 Esgar and Wilson Pettersen and Priola 
HB19-1333 Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARCigarette Tobacco & Nicotine Products Tax 5/2/2019 Senate Second Reading Special Order - Lost with Amendments - Committee
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-04-24 Caraveo, Becker, Bird, Buckner, Coleman, Cutter, Duran, Gonzales-Gutierrez, Hooton,Jaquez Lewis, Kennedy, Lontine, McCluskie, Michaelson Jenet, Mullica, Roberts, Singer,Snyder Fields 
SB19-001The bill expands an MAT access pilot program created in 2017 to additional counties, shifts administration from the college of nursing to the center for research into substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery support strategies, increases the annual appropriation for the pilot program to $5 million for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 fiscal years, and extends the program an additional 2 years. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARExpand Medication-assisted Treatment Pilot Program 5/14/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04  Garcia 
SB19-004Creates a pilot program in to provide access to individuals in a specified region to participate in the group medical benefit plans offered to state employees. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARAddress High-cost Health Insurance Pilot Program 5/17/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Roberts Donovan 
SB19-008Bill establishes a variety of policies impacting individuals with substance use disorder in the criminal justice system. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARSubstance Use Disorder Treatment In Criminal Justice System 5/23/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Kennedy and Singer Moreno and Priola, Pettersen 
SB19-010The bill expands the behavioral health professional grant program for schools to also allow mental health services. The bill allows schools to contract with community providers for the program. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARProfessional Behavioral Health Services For Schools 5/10/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 McLachlan and Valdez D. Fields 
SB19-015Creates a legislative healthcare review committee. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARCreate Statewide Health Care Review Committee 5/30/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Beckman Ginal 
SB19-036Establishes a program to remind individuals of their scheduled court hearings with the objective of reducing the number of arrests solely as a result of failure appear in court. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARState Court Administrator Reminder Program 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-04 Benavidez and Carver Lee and Cooke 
SB19-064Creates a cash fund to avoid reversions from the community-based reentry grant program, the crime victims grant program, the justice reinvestment crime prevention grant program, and the justice reinvestment crime prevention small business program. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARRetain Criminal Justice Programs Funding 5/15/2019 Signed by Governor
Fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-10 Weissman Lee 
SB19-073Creates an electronic system for advanced medical directives. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARStatewide System Of Advance Medical Directives 5/15/2019 Signed by Governor
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-10 Landgraf Ginal, Court 
SB19-091Requires law enforcement agencies to develop policies to support officers involved in a shooting or fatal use of force and allows a law enforcement agency to apply for and receive a grant from the peace officers mental health support grant program for that purpose. Moses Monitor NOT ON CALENDARSupport Peace Officers Involved In Use Of Force 4/23/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-24 Singer Fields and Cooke 
SB19-108Established a committee on juvenile justice reform and defines their duties, as well as adds new duties to the DYS working group on juvenile detention and alternative services. Requires DAs to use risk screening tools to determine eligibility of diversion of youth, and specified grounds that may not be used to deny diversion. Restricts moving a juvenile from their parents unless the detention screening is conducted and specific findings are made. Limits which juveniles may be placed in detention. Creates policies and the development of standards for juvenile probation. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARJuvenile Justice Reform 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-01-29 Michaelson Jenet and Soper Lee and Gardner 
SB19-143Creates several reforms in parole policy related to revocations due to technical violations, access to reentry and other resources, and transition center designations, and prison population measures. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARParole Changes 5/28/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-02-15 Herod Gonzales and Lee 
SB19-188Creates the family and medical leave insurance (FAMLI) program and the division of family and medical leave insurance in Dept. of Labor and Employment to provide partial wage replacement benefits to an eligible individual who takes leave from work. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARFAMLI Family Medical Leave Insurance Program 5/30/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-07 Gray and Duran, Arndt, Buckner, Caraveo, Coleman, Cutter, Esgar, Exum, Froelich,Galindo, Gonzales-Gutierrez, Herod, Hooton, Jackson, Jaquez Lewis, Kennedy, Kipp,Lontine, McLachlan, Melton, Michaelson Jenet, Mullica, Roberts, Singer, Sirota, Sullivan,Tipper, Titone, Valdez A. Winter and Williams A., Bridges, Court, Danielson, Donovan, Fenberg, Fields, Ginal,Gonzales, Lee, Moreno, Pettersen, Todd 
SB19-195Creates the office of children and youth behavioral health policy coordination and the children and youth behavioral health policy coordination commission and the children and youth behavioral health advisory council. Defines the duties and responsibilities for all of the created bodies, focusing around recommendations for government actions around children's behavioral health. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARChild And Youth Behavioral Health System Enhancements 5/16/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-13 Kraft-Tharp and Landgraf Fields and Gardner 
SB19-211Extends the MH/CJ diversion pilot program for an additional year and removes the cap on the total of all grants awarded per year. The bill also requires the state court administrator to provide reports to specified committees of the general assembly concerning both the pilot program and the grant program. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARMental Health Criminal Diversion Program 4/16/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-25 Esgar, Hansen Moreno, Zenzinger, Rankin 
SB19-222 Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARIndividuals At Risk Of Institutionalization 5/21/2019 Signed by Governor
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-29 Esgar and Landgraf, Herod, Larson, Liston, Pelton, Rich, Roberts, Sandridge, Soper, Will,Wilson Lee and Story, Bridges, Gonzales, Hisey, Rankin, Winter 
SB19-223 Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARActions Related To Competency To Proceed 5/21/2019 Signed by Governor
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-03-29 Weissman and Landgraf Lee 
SB19-227This bill concept originated from the Opioid Interim Committee and contains several recommendations related to Harm Reduction, access to opioid overdose reversal medication, and access to Medication Assisted Treatment. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARHarm Reduction Substance Use Disorders 5/23/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-04-02 Kennedy and Herod Pettersen and Gonzales 
SB19-228The policy recommendations included in this bill originated from the Opioid Interim Committee. The bill includes several recommendations related to the prevention of opioid use disorders and misuse. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARSubstance Use Disorders Prevention Measures 5/23/2019 Governor Signed
No fiscal impact for this bill 2019-04-02 Buentello and Singer Winter and Moreno