Project overview and annual summary
The Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment and Community Services - School-Based Health Center (SBIRT-SBHC) Project is a collaborative project between the Colorado Department of Human Services - Behavioral Health Administration (CDHS-BHA) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) that began in 2017. This project supports school-based health centers with implementing the SBIRT model universally and addressing adolescent needs to reduce harms associated with alcohol, tobacco, vape products, marijuana, and other drugs as well as commonly reported mental health concerns.
Project Participant List
Project committee meetings
Project White Paper
- A white paper about lessons learned during first 5 years of the SBIRT-SBHC Project, 2017- 2022 (published September 2022)