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​Welcome to the Collaborative Management Program  -  Colorado 1451 CMP

What is a Collaborative Management Program?  The Collaborative Management Program is the voluntary development of multi-agency services provided to children and families by county departments of human / social services and other mandatory agencies including local judicial districts, including probation; the local health department, the local school districts(s), each community mental health center and each Mental Health Assessment and Service Agency (BHO).

 

Collaboration is a mutually beneficial relationship between two or more parties who work toward common goals by sharing responsibility, authority, and accountability for achieving results.

CMPs collaborate to develop a more uniform system of management that includes the input, expertise and active participation of parent or family advocacy organizations to: 

       • Reduce duplication and eliminate fragmentation 
         of services provided
       • Increase the quality, appropriateness and effectiveness 
         of services provided
       • Encourage cost-sharing among service providers
       • Lead to better outcomes and cost reduction for services 
         provided to children and families in the child welfare system

 

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​There are numerous programs and services that are offered by local CMPs as part of this initiative. To review or add to the list of local CMP programs and services, Click here.

If you have any questions regarding the Collaborative Management Program, please contact Norm Kirsch at 303-866-5936.     http://www.cdhs.state.co.us/childwelfare/1451CMP.htm

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