The Collaborative Management Program (CMP) brings together agencies and services designed to improve outcomes for at-risk, high systems-use children, youth and families in Broomfield County. Broomfield’s CMP values family voice and adheres to best practices that promote family engagement and data-informed processes.
In Broomfield, the CMP has historically been located within Broomfield Human Services and, through collaboration and assessment of the program, is now transitioning to Broomfield FISH with a Memorandum of Understanding being issued in June. The program has been revamped to be more community facing and to better support the intention and effort for the program to be accessible by everyone.
The CMP Coordinator, which has recently become a full-time position, will now be located at Broomfield FISH in close partnership with the CMP Executive Team, which includes representatives from Broomfield Human Services, Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence, Mental Health Partners and FISH.
The two primary goals of the Collaborative Management Program are:
- to support youth and their families who are experiencing adverse life events through facilitated problem-solving and community-based, wrap-around care and programming
- to identify gaps in services within the community and work with stakeholders to build solutions and fill unmet needs
Contact the CMP Coordinator Hannah Grey by emailing Hannah.Grey@BroomfieldFISH.org if you or someone you know could benefit from the CMP care and programming. You can also visit the State of Colorado Collaborative Management Program website for more details.