June 15, 2021, Greeley Tribune
Article by Anne Delaney, Better mental health access for all a focus as Gov. Polis signs bill in Greeley – Rep. Mary Young advocated for reducing barriers for individuals with multiple diagnoses
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June 2021, Colorado Parent Magazine
Interview with The Arc of Arapahoe & Douglas’, Executive Director, Carol Meredith and a dad from their Dad’s and Disabilities Group
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June 10 2021, Denver Business Journal
Article about the elimination of Subminimum Wage in Colorado by Senior Reporter, Ed Sealover
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April 23, 2021, 6 News Richmond
Interview with The Arc of Arapahoe & Douglas’, Executive Director, Carol Meredith
Biden’s infrastructure plan makes huge investment in people with disabilities
April 11, 2021, U.S. Government Accountability Office Weekly Digest
“The Arc of Colorado, parents, advocates, the Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council, Disability Law Colorado, Office of Employment First, and Alliance contributed to the following report on Sub-Minimum Wage. We are honored to bring forth legislation this year that align with the findings and best practice! Sign-up here to help pass this important piece of legislation!”
Subminimum Wage Program Report
April 6, 2021, Dorrance Publishing Promotions
Value of a Life, a new book by Janet Farmer-Selden
Parker, CO Author Publishes Book on the History of the Rights of the Developmentally Disabled in Colorado.
This Book is the True Story of One Colorado Family’s Fight for the Rights of the Developmentally Disabled
February 26, 2021
DISABILITIES COMMUNITY SALUTES GOV. POLIS’ DECISION TO PRIORITIZE THE COVID VACCINE BEING GIVEN TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
DENVER (February 26, 2021) — Local organizations championed Governor Polis’ announcement today that more people in Colorado with all types of disabilities will now be prioritized for the COVID vaccine. The governor made the announcement at a news conference today.
February 9, 2021
AdvocacyDenver in coalition with Family Voices has created the following set of webinars, accessible at your convenience, about Children’s HCBS Waivers. Check them out here!
January 27, 2021
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
From The Arc of Aurora’s THINK + change project: Behavioral Health Challenges Can Push Youth with Disabilities Into School-to-Prison Pipeline
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