September is National Preparedness Month. Historically, Larimer County has also proclaimed September as Preparedness Month to support ongoing efforts to increase emergency preparedness throughout the county.
This is an annual approval request for funding of the Behavioral Health Services grant program which directs revenue to support behavioral health needs in Larimer County. This program is designed to address critical gaps in community behavioral healthcare. The attached 2022 grant award recommendations were presented to the Behavioral Health Policy Council on August 22, 2022 and received unanimous support as presented, to forward to the Board of County Commissioners and request approval. We’re also requesting approval by the Board of County Commissioners to increase the annual Impact Fund allocation from $2.5 million to $2.8 million. The allocation increase was also reviewed by the Behavioral Health Policy Council and approved by a majority vote on August 22, 2022.
Update to the Board of County Commissioners regarding administrative matters and other items that do not require in-depth discussion or are for informational purposes only.
The Board of County Commissioners represent the County on various committees and task forces and serve as liaisons to the County’s boards and commissions. Commissioners report the activities they have been involved in over the past week.