Colorado Education Initiative Announces School Behavioral Health Grantees

April 2, 2014

January 17, 2014

Districts to Receive $25,000 in Funding to Enhance School Behavioral Health Services

DENVER, CO – Today the Colorado Education Initiative (CEI) announced five Colorado districts that will receive funding to advance best practices in school behavioral health to improve student outcomes. Behavioral health includes the social, emotional and mental health needs and substance abuse behaviors of students.

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