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Bill # CBHC Bill SummaryCBHC ContactPositionCalendar NotificationShort TitleMost Recent StatusFiscal Note StatusDate IntroducedHouse SponsorsSenate Sponsors
HB21-1012The bill expands the states PDMP program, effective February 1, 2023, to track all prescription drugs prescribed in this state. Frank Monitor NOT ON CALENDARExpand Prescription Drug Monitoring Program 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance
Fiscal impact for this bill 2021-02-16 Rich and Mullica- Pettersen and Coram-- 
HB21-1021Adds new definitions for peer professionals and "recovery support services organizations" for the purposes of authorizing state regulation and allowing peer professionals to bill medicaid within an RSSO. Further, the bill adds language regarding MSOs contracts explicitly mentioning peer-run recovery support services organizations. Frank Monitor Tuesday, March 9 2021
Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
1:30 p.m. Room 0112
(3) in house calendar.  
Peer Support Professionals Behavioral Health 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-16 Pelton and Caraveo, Cutter, Kennedy, Larson, Michaelson Jenet, Young- -- 
HB21-1030The bill expands the peace officers mental health support grant program to include funding for on-scene response services to enhance law enforcement's handling of calls for services related to persons with mental health disorders and social service needs, including calls that do not require the presence of a peace officer. Moses Support Tuesday, March 2 2021
Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
1:30 p.m. Room 0112
(1) in house calendar.  
Expanding Peace Officers Mental Health Grant Program 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services + Appropriations
Fiscal impact for this bill 2021-02-16 McCluskie and McKean, Baisley, Bird, Bockenfeld, Carver, Catlin, Cutter, Kennedy,Kipp, Larson, Lontine, Michaelson Jenet, Pelton, Rich, Roberts, Sandridge, Soper, Titone,Van Winkle, Will, Young- Buckner and Cooke, Danielson, Fenberg, Kirkmeyer, Kolker, Liston, Priola, Rankin,Story, Zenzinger-- 
HB21-1068The bill requires that health plans cover an annual mental health wellness examination by a qualified mental health care provider.  Support NOT ON CALENDARInsurance Coverage Mental Health Wellness Exam 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance
Fiscal impact for this bill 2021-02-16 Michaelson Jenet and Titone, Weissman- Moreno-- 
HB21-1085The bill creates a regulatory and service system to provide secure transportation services, with different requirements from traditional ambulance services, for individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis Moses Support Friday, March 12 2021
Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Upon Adjournment Room 0112
(2) in house calendar.  
Secure Transportation Behavioral Health Crisis 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-16 McCluskie and Larson- Bridges and Smallwood-- 
HB21-1094The bill creates the foster youth in transition program to allow foster youth who meet eligibility criteria to voluntarily continue to receive certain child welfare services up until the last day of the month of the youth's twenty-first birthday, or such greater age of foster care eligibility as required by federal law. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARFoster Youth In Transition Program 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-16 Daugherty and Van Beber- Zenzinger-- 
HB21-1097The bill addresses multiple recommendations from the Colorado behavioral health task force, created in 2019, related to the creation of a behavioral health administration (BHA). Frank Support Tuesday, March 9 2021
Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
1:30 p.m. Room 0112
(2) in house calendar.  
Establish Behavioral Health Administration 2/16/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Fiscal impact for this bill 2021-02-16 Young and Pelton- Fields-- 
HB21-1119Introduces a number of statutory changes to increase prioritization on suicide and suicide attempts and the after-effects of those actions on attempt survivors, family, friends, health care providers, first and last responders, educators, and students in schools where a suicide or attempt occurred. Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARSuicide Prevention, Intervention, & Postvention 2/18/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-18 Rich and Daugherty- Donovan-- 
HB21-1130The bill expands the community transition specialist program by redefining "high-risk individual" to allow more individuals to access program services and also expands facilities that can access program services. Moses Monitor Tuesday, March 9 2021
Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
1:30 p.m. Room 0112
(4) in house calendar.  
Expand Transition Specialist Program 2/23/2021 Introduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-23 Michaelson Jenet and Bradfield- -- 
SB21-011The bill authorizes a pharmacist to prescribe an opiate antagonist. and requires a pharmacist who dispenses an opioid to an individual to inform the individual of the potential dangers of a high dose of opioid and offer to prescribe the individual an opiate antagonist if certain circumstances are present. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARPharmacist Prescribe Dispense Opiate Antagonist 2/16/2021 Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-16 Mullica and Pelton- Fields, Priola-- 
SB21-066The bill makes several changes and clarifications to current juvenile diversion programs . Moses Support NOT ON CALENDARJuvenile Diversion Programs 2/16/2021 Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Judiciary
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-16 Michaelson Jenet- Lee-- 
SB21-094The bill implements recommendations of the department of regulatory agencies in its sunset review of and report on the state board of pharmacy and its regulation of the practice of pharmacy and makes other modifications to the laws regulating the practice. The bill includes a provision which CBHC is advocating for to includes in the definition of "other outlet" a community mental health clinic and a facility operating a licensed substance use disorder treatment program, thereby allowing those facilities to register with the board and operate as a pharmacy outlet. Frank Support NOT ON CALENDARSunset Continue State Board Of Pharmacy 2/17/2021 Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Health & Human Services
Fiscal note currently unavailable 2021-02-17 Ginal and Winter, Buckner, Fields, Jaquez Lewis, Kirkmeyer, Simpson--