On July 1, 2005 Weld County Commissioners and key partner agencies came together to establish the Weld County HB04-1451 Collaborative Management Program (1451 CMP). Since that time, the 1451 CMP has been committed to:
- Reducing duplication and eliminating fragmentation of community efforts;
- Increasing quality, appropriateness and effectiveness of services provided;
- Encouraging cost-sharing among providers; and
- Ultimately achieving better outcomes and improved financial efficiencies for services provided to children and families that benefit from multi-agency care.
We continue to follow these principles as we strive to accomplish the following goals:
- Reducing truancy;
- Reducing juvenile recidivism;
- Meeting the needs and services of child, parents and foster parents; and
- Improving the well-being and permanency outcomes for children and youth whose permanency has been negatively affected by meth and other drug use.