DORA and Legislative Updates


A Link to New Opioid Guidelines from DORA

April 20, 2017 - Columbine Day Related Update

CRS 12-43-218 Revision Allows Therapists to Break Confidentiality for Reporting Pertinent Information Regarding Student Threats to Schools

April 6, 2017: April 20, 2017 - Columbine Day Related Update:
HB 17-1183 Bill, designed to "allow" therapists to disclose pertinent information to schools in order to report a threatening student who poses potential risk to other students or school personnel, has been signed into Law by the Governor. Reporting is not mandatory. Allowing this exception is a revision to the confidentiality statute. 
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HB 17-1183 is posted below... 

February 24, 2017

HB 17-1011 passed and was signed into Law

Colorado now has a Statute of Limitations for DORA complaints. This is very helpful.







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