Board members, bylaws, meeting minutes
This board reviews individual case findings of the 43 local and regional child fatality prevention review teams across Colorado and creates a report based on those findings to make specific recommendations regarding systemic trends across the state to prevent future child deaths.
Forum between the Pueblo community and the Army to represent community interests and exchange information about
chemical weapons disposal
The CCPD Review Committee oversees the strategic planning and funding recommendations for the Cancer, Cardiovascular and Chronic Pulmonary Disease (CCPD) Grants Program.
As a public-private partnership, the Colorado Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund encourages the cleanup of unused or underused contaminated properties by offering financing with reduced interest rates, flexible loan terms and flexibility in acceptable forms of collateral.
Analyzes health care costs and makes policy recommendations to the Legislature and the governor for lowering health care costs in the state
This board establishes and maintains standards for coroner education, training and certification in Colorado.
This council operates under the direction of the CDPHE executive director and advises the department about the appropriate scope of practice for EMS providers, including waivers to scope of practice and criteria for physicians to serve as EMS medical directors.
Expert stakeholder group providing guidance on the direction of public health and medical emergency preparedness, response and recovery efforts in Colorado
The Front Range Waste Diversion Enterprise Fund is governed by a 13-member Board of Directors appointed by the department’s Executive Director.
Advises the governor during an emerging or ongoing public health threat
For consumers and providers of all licensed health care entities that discusses licensure issues raised by attendees
Provides oversight of legislatively mandated health-care-associated infections and reporting of those infections to help ensure accountability and protect health of patients in Colorado through education, validation of data, and review of reporting requirements and surveillance practices
Advises the Office of Health Equity, focusing on alignment, education and capacity building for state and local health programs and community-based organizations
Addresses local needs for medically accurate HIV and AIDS prevention, care and treatment
- Colorado HIV and AIDS Prevention Grant Program (CHAPP)
- Community Involvement
- Community Involvement CHAPP
Discusses regulatory compliance issues with providers
Participate in the rulemaking process regulating hospitals
Provides guidance, scientific oversight and an unbiased review of medical marijuana research proposals for the Medical Marijuana Research Grant Program.
Provides overall policy guidance, coordination and advice to department and other stakeholders on pollution prevention activities
Duties include providing technical advice to us on specific issues and reviewing regulatory changes proposed by Colorado's Radiation Program
Colorado has 11 regional councils authorized by statute to provide a coordinated approach to emergency medical and trauma care. Each council consists of five or more participating counties. The councils are responsible for creating a regional implementation plan for delivering emergency medical and trauma care.
Panel of experts that reviews marijuana-related scientific studies and data with the intent of making public health recommendations to inform and protect consumers of marijuana and the general public
Monitors effectiveness of the Colorado's Air Quality Small Business Assistance Program
A council of 25 governor-appointed members and seven non-voting (ex-officio) members representing the interests of emergency medical and trauma services providers.
A board of 18 governor-appointed members designated to research and make recommendations to the department to improve stroke systems of care across Colorado.
Created in 2014 to serve as the interface between public and private sectors in establishing statewide suicide prevention priorities in Colorado that are data-driven and evidence-based. By focusing efforts on current resources and also expanding the network of partnerships across the state, the commission boosts the efforts of Colorado’s Office of Suicide Prevention and makes annual reports to the governor.
The Tobacco Review Committee oversees the strategic planning and funding recommendations for the State Tobacco Education, Prevention and Education Grant Program.