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“Senate Bill 147 provides the Office of Suicide Prevention and the Suicide Prevention Commission the opportunity to better partner with health and behavioral health systems across Colorado. Having the support and encouragement of the Colorado Legislature will open doors and emphasize the importance of integrating suicide prevention strategies into health care systems. This integration will help reduce the high burden of suicide in the state and make Colorado a leader in addressing the problem of suicide,” said Jarrod Hindman, Violence and Suicide Prevention Section Manager at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

“I am ecstatic that we finally have our Suicide Prevention through the Zero Suicide model bill! I am so proud to be a part of the suicide prevention community that has made this a reality,” said Senator Linda Newell (D-26), primary sponsor of Senate Bill 147, member of the Suicide Prevention Commission, and co- sponsor in the House with Rep. Brittany Pettersen (D-33).

“This is the third suicide prevention bill passed since 2012. SB 147 should have the greatest impact on decreasing Colorado’s very high rate of suicide - in 2014, with 1,058 deaths, the state ranked 7th in the nation,” said Susan Marine, Advocacy Chair for the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado and mother of two children who died by suicide.

“This is what the power of the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado can do,” said Sally Spencer-Thomas, Board Chair of SPCC, and survivor of her brother Carson’s suicide. “When we get our state’s advocates organized and channel our energy around a solution, we are unstoppable. No one should die in isolation and despair. I am so very glad our state’s legislative leaders have heard our plea.”

2017 Like Minds, Leaders Take Action Event Banner - AllHealth Network

On May 11th, business and community leaders gathered for a kickoff event in support of the AllHealth Network CEO/Leadership Pledge.

The Like Minds...Leaders Take Action event, co-chaired by Louise Richardson and Lee Bowen and sponsored by Citywide Banks, served as an opportunity for forward-thinkers to connect and begin moving the pledge forward.

Many thanks to all who attended, our CEO/Leadership Pledge Ambassadors, AllHealth Network Board of Directors, Shelly Rule and the Chris Rule Foundation and event sponsor Citywide Banks.

2017 Non Profit Finalists Banner AllHealth Network

AllHealth Network was honored to be a Finalist for Large Nonprofit of the Year Award with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. The opportunity to stand alongside fellow Large Nonprofit Finalists, Denver Rescue Mission and Kids First Health Care, was inspiring. AllHealth Network’s commitment to being a community organization focused on improving lives started over 62-years ago and continues to grow every day!

If you would like to support the mission of AllHealth Network in providing exemplary behavioral health services to those in need visit our Give Now page. Also, check out the video on AllHealth Network produced by the Metro Chamber of Commerce for the Business Awards ceremony below:

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