PCMH in the News

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Michelle Crowson

“COACT Colorado, Children’s Hospital Colorado and the non-profit Partners for Children’s Mental Health have joined forces to create tips for parents to help their kids to get through the crisis.”

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day: 11-year-old takes unique approach to help others cope amid pandemic
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“That same year, Van Deman and other administrators and clinicians launched Partners for Children’s Mental Health, a statewide public-private partnership that researches why kids here are struggling and what changes could help.”

Providers Are Bringing New Hope to Colorado’s Behavioral Health Crisis
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“UCHealth announced a significant investment that will bolster behavioral health care for patients across the state. With an infusion of $100 million and an additional $25 million in matching funds…”

UCHealth dedicates more than $100 million for behavioral health care
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“DEAR EDITOR: It’s a tragedy we’ve seen in our local news far too frequently: Aurora is in a state of crisis for child and youth mental health.”

LETTER: We must act on youth mental health
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“Partners for Children’s Mental Health, a program out of Children’s Hospital Colorado, will get a $2.8 million grant from the state attorney general’s office to launch an initiative improving kids’ access to care.”

PCMH gets grant to help kids’ mental health
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“New efforts to improve mental health care for children and teenagers across Colorado will be rolled out over the next two to three years.”

Colorado launching suicide prevention efforts
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“The state of Colorado on Tuesday announced a new initiative and partnership to combat a crisis with teen suicide in our state.”

Colorado launches new partnership, grant program to combat teen suicide
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“Pledging to tackle a statewide crisis in youth suicides, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman on Tuesday announced a first-of-its-kind collaboration with hospitals and nonprofit organizations to increase access to pediatric mental health treatment.”

Our kids are suffering
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