This is undoubtedly one of the most stressful times imaginable for some of us. This crisis drives the message home that our physical health and our mental health are not separate. We believe that at a time when millions are being forced into isolation and society’s anxiety is high due to the economic and health impacts of COVID-19, the state must be prepared to deal with a secondary pandemic of mental health and substance use concerns. Many are predicting the curve of infections precedes a curve of mental health needs. With a revised 2020 policy platform addressing pandemic response and recovery, Mental Health Colorado aims to flatten the latter curve.  

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Legislation We Oppose