SBIRT COLORADO PARTNERS
Governor John Hickenlooper
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has a clear vision for its work—a life in the community
for everyone. SAMHSA has focused
its mission on building resilience and facilitating recovery for people
with or at risk for mental or substance use disorders. SAMHSA is
gearing all of its resources—programs, policies and grants—toward
The Division of Behavioral Health of the Colorado Department of Human Services was established by state
law in 1971 to promote healthy, drug-free lifestyles; reduce alcohol
and other drug abuse; and reduce use-associated illnesses and deaths.
HealthTeamWorks is a non-profit coalition of health plans, physicians,
hospitals, employers, government agencies, quality improvement
organizations and other entities working to implement systems
and processes, using evidence-based clinical guidelines to improve
healthcare in Colorado.
OMNI Institute is a social science research firm based in Denver. Since 1976, OMNI has
specialized in a variety of research areas including juvenile and
criminal justice, substance abuse prevention and treatment, youth
development and prevention and community health
Colorado Providers Association is a professional trade association and statewide coalition of alcohol
and other drug prevention, intervention and treatment service provider
executives. Its mission is to cultivate leadership, mobilize resources
and promote the effective use, integration and coordination of substance use prevention, intervention and treatment services.
Peer Assistance Services, Inc. is a non-profit agency dedicated to quality, accessible prevention and intervention services in workplaces and communities, focusing on substance use and related issues.