Attend CO Senate Hearing - Statute of Limitations for Disciplinary Actions Bill

  • 23 Feb 2017
  • 1:30 PM
  • State House, Senate Health/Human Services Committee Room 354, Denver
  • 150


This is a free event, naturally ;)
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Please Attend the Senate Health and Human Services Committee Hearing on Our Bill!!!

"Concerning a limitation on when certain disciplinary actions may be commenced against a mental health professional, and, in connection therewith, requiring that a mental health professional provide notice to former clients regarding record retention[,] and that all complaints be resolved by the agency [DORA] within two years after the date the complaint was filed."

Thursday, February 23rd 
1:30 pm
State Capitol,

Please attend. This Bill needs our support :)
For more details, visit the Senate's webpage .

We will assemble 30 minutes early.
CAP supported bill HB17-1011 is up on Thursday February 23, 2017 at 1:30pm in Senate Committee Room 354. 

CAP Legislative Committee Chair Dr. Reo Leslie has been lead on guiding support for this bill which sets limitations on complaints that can be filed against mental health professionals. Currently there are no limitations, so you need to keep records forever and a client be file against your practice even 30+ years after the alleged act. This bill sets a limit of 7 years after your relationship has ended and a limit of 2 years for DORA to resolve the case. 

We hope you can attend to sit in on the Senate Health and Human Services Committee hearing to show support for reasonable limitations.  

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