Secure Transportation Services

Broomfield County issues secure transportation licenses to operate behavioral health secure transportation services in accordance with Broomfield County Ordinance 2208 and CO House Bill 21-1085.

The goal of Behavioral Health Secure Transportation services is to improve access to behavioral health care during a crisis. A provider or first responder must request this service for someone experiencing a behavioral health crisis.

If you or someone you know is in a behavioral health crisis, call 988 or the state crisis line at 1-844-493-8255 (TALK). Health insurance status and legal status are not considered when providing care. 

Applications 

Applications for Secure Transportation Service Providers can be submitted in person to Broomfield Public Health and Environment or via email. The license application must be notarized and an original copy must be submitted. Provide all of the documentation outlined in the Secure Transportation Pre-Inspection Checklist. All application documentation must be received no less than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration date of the current license. 

Forms:

Secure Transportation License Application
Secure Transportation Permit Application
Certificate of Motor Vehicle Condition

Applications can be returned to the Vital Records Office at Broomfield Public Health and Environment. (Note: A Notary Public is available onsite at Vital Records.)
Hours: Monday - Friday; 8 a.m - 12:30 p.m. and 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Location:  Health and Human Services Building 2nd Floor at 100 Spader Way, Broomfield
Contact: 720.887.3127 or via email to publichealth@broomfield.org

Fees

License Application Fee: $400

Renewal Application Fee (Every 3 Years): $300

  • Must be in good standing to receive discounted renewal fee
    • No complaints or grievances
    • Submitted on time: 30 days prior to expiration

Permit Application Fee (Annual): $125 per vehicle permit

Change of Ownership

In the event of a change of ownership, the Secure Transportation Service Change of Ownership Form must be submitted within fourteen (14) days to Broomfield Public Health and Environment. 

Complaints

Please submit complaints in writing using the Secure Transportation Complaint Form

Secure Transportation Program Rules

The Rules of the Secure Transportation Program can be found here.

House Bill 21-1085 directs the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing to implement a behavioral health secure transportation paid benefit by July 1, 2023. This legislation creates a standardized transport benefit to improve access to behavioral health care. Learn more, including how to enroll in the reimbursement program here.

Secure Transportation Licensed Agencies

Licensed secure transportation agencies can be found on the CO Department of Health Care Policy and Financing webpage