Community committed to collective action for children, youth and families
What is the REACH Collaborative Management Program of El Paso County Colorado?
Colorado’s commitment to child, youth, and family well-being gave rise to the Collaborative Management Program (CMP) House Bill 04-1451, passed by the Colorado General Assembly in 2004. The purpose of CMP is to promote local collaborative management processes for improved services and better outcomes. This targeted population includes children, youth, and families. To ensure collective leadership, financial support for the initiative is established through a statutory incentive fund– a defined community group is required to set goals, oversee funds, and evaluate collaborative efforts in each community. Today more than 40 Counties in Colorado are involved with CMP.
To find out more about our communities’ efforts go to the What We Do page.