Amendments for SB20-028

Senate Journal, January 31
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB20-028 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee on Appropriations with
favorable recommendation.

Amend printed bill, page 3, line 3, strike "coaching" and substitute
"coach training".

Page 3, line 7, strike "COACHING" and substitute "COACH TRAINING".

Page 10, line 27, after "MONEY" insert "ONLY".

Page 11, strike lines 22 through 26 and substitute:
"(4) THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SHALL ADMINISTER THE
GRANT PROGRAM. SUBJECT TO AVAILABLE APPROPRIATIONS, THE OFFICE
SHALL DISBURSE GRANT MONEY APPROPRIATED PURSUANT TO
SUBSECTION (8) OF THIS SECTION TO EACH MANAGED SERVICE
ORGANIZATION DESIGNATED PURSUANT TO SECTION 27-80-107.".

Page 12, lines 5 and 6, strike "OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH" and
substitute "APPLICABLE MANAGED SERVICE ORGANIZATION".

Page 12, strike lines 7 through 13 and substitute "OFFICE.".

Page 12, strike lines 16 and 17 and substitute "PRIORITIZE AN APPLICANT
WHOSE PROGRAM".

Page 12, strike lines 20 through 27 and substitute "OTHER UNDERSERVED
GROUPS.".
Page 13, strike lines 1 through 5.

Page 13, strike lines 7 and 8 and substitute "DECEMBER 1 EACH YEAR
THEREAFTER, EACH MANAGED SERVICE ORGANIZATION THAT AWARDS
GRANTS".

Page 13, line 12, before "ORGANIZATION;" insert "RECOVERY
COMMUNITY".

Page 13, line 15, after "PROJECTS" insert "A RECOVERY COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATION HAS".

Page 13, strike lines 16 through 18 and substitute "COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS THE STATE; AND".

Page 13, line 19, strike "(V)" and substitute "(IV)".

Page 14, after line 11 insert:

"SECTION 13. In Colorado Revised Statutes, add 27-81-119 as
follows:
27-81-119. Recovery support services grant program -
creation - eligibility - reporting requirements - definitions - rules -
appropriation. (1) AS USED IN THIS SECTION, UNLESS THE CONTEXT
OTHERWISE REQUIRES:
(a) "GRANT PROGRAM" MEANS THE RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES
GRANT PROGRAM CREATED IN THIS SECTION.
(b) "RECOVERY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION" MEANS AN
INDEPENDENT, NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION LED AND GOVERNED BY
REPRESENTATIVES OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES OF RECOVERY THAT
ORGANIZE RECOVERY-FOCUSED POLICY ADVOCACY ACTIVITIES, CARRY
OUT RECOVERY-FOCUSED COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
PROGRAMS, OR PROVIDE PEER-RUN RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES.
(2) THERE IS HEREBY CREATED IN THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL
HEALTH IN THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES THE RECOVERY
SUPPORT SERVICES GRANT PROGRAM TO PROVIDE GRANTS TO RECOVERY
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING
RECOVERY-ORIENTED SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A SUBSTANCE USE
AND CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER.
(3) A RECOVERY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION THAT RECEIVES A
GRANT FROM THE GRANT PROGRAM MAY USE THE MONEY ONLY TO:
(a) OFFER OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS IN RECOVERY TO
ENGAGE IN ACTIVITIES FOCUSED ON MENTAL OR PHYSICAL WELLNESS OR
COMMUNITY SERVICE;
(b) PROVIDE GUIDANCE TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A SUBSTANCE USE
AND CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER AND THEIR FAMILY
MEMBERS ON NAVIGATING TREATMENT, SOCIAL SERVICES, AND
RECOVERY SUPPORT SYSTEMS;
(c) HELP INDIVIDUALS WITH A SUBSTANCE USE AND
CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER TO CONNECT WITH
RESOURCES NEEDED TO INITIATE AND MAINTAIN RECOVERY AS OUTLINED
BY THE FEDERAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION'S FOUR DIMENSIONS OF RECOVERY: HEALTH, HOME,
COMMUNITY, AND PURPOSE;
(d) ASSIST IN ESTABLISHING AND SUSTAINING A SOCIAL AND
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT SUPPORTIVE OF RECOVERY;
(e) PROVIDE LOCAL AND STATE RECOVERY RESOURCES TO
RECOVERY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PARTICIPANTS AND COMMUNITY
MEMBERS; AND
(f) PROVIDE RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES FOR CAREGIVERS AND
FAMILIES OF INDIVIDUALS RECOVERING FROM A SUBSTANCE USE AND
CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH DISORDER.
(4) THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SHALL ADMINISTER THE
GRANT PROGRAM. SUBJECT TO AVAILABLE APPROPRIATIONS, THE OFFICE
SHALL DISBURSE GRANT MONEY APPROPRIATED PURSUANT TO
SUBSECTION (8) OF THIS SECTION TO EACH MANAGED SERVICE
ORGANIZATION DESIGNATED PURSUANT TO SECTION 27-80-107.
(5) THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SHALL IMPLEMENT THE
GRANT PROGRAM IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS SECTION. PURSUANT TO
ARTICLE 4 OF TITLE 24, THE OFFICE SHALL PROMULGATE RULES AS
NECESSARY TO IMPLEMENT THE GRANT PROGRAM.
(6) (a) TO RECEIVE A GRANT, A RECOVERY COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATION MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO THE APPLICABLE
MANAGED SERVICE ORGANIZATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH RULES
PROMULGATED BY THE OFFICE.
(b) THE MANAGED SERVICE ORGANIZATION SHALL REVIEW THE
APPLICATIONS RECEIVED PURSUANT TO THIS SECTION. IN AWARDING
GRANTS, THE MANAGED SERVICE ORGANIZATION SHALL PRIORITIZE AN
APPLICANT WHOSE PROGRAM OUTLINES THE CAPACITY TO DELIVER
RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES TO MEET THE NEEDS OF DIVERSE RACIAL,
CULTURAL, INCOME, ABILITY, AND OTHER UNDERSERVED GROUPS.
(7) (a) ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 1, 2021, AND ON OR BEFORE
DECEMBER 1 EACH YEAR THEREAFTER, EACH MANAGED SERVICE
ORGANIZATION THAT AWARDS GRANTS SHALL SUBMIT A REPORT TO THE
OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH. AT A MINIMUM, THE REPORT MUST
INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
(I) THE NUMBER OF COMMUNITY MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THE
RECOVERY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION;
(II) A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANIZATION'S ADVOCACY
EFFORTS;
(III) ANY COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS A RECOVERY COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATION HAS WITH OTHER RECOVERY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
ACROSS THE STATE; AND
(IV) ANY OTHER INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE OFFICE.
(b) ON OR BEFORE MARCH 1, 2021, AND ON OR BEFORE MARCH
1 EACH YEAR THEREAFTER FOR THE DURATION OF THE GRANT PROGRAM,
THE OFFICE SHALL SUBMIT A SUMMARIZED REPORT ON THE GRANT
PROGRAM TO THE HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE OF THE
SENATE AND THE HEALTH AND INSURANCE AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH CARE
AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
OR ANY SUCCESSOR COMMITTEES, AND TO THE OPIOID AND OTHER
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS STUDY COMMITTEE CREATED IN SECTION
10-22.3-101.
(c) NOTWITHSTANDING SECTION 24-1-136 (11)(a)(I), THE
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS SET FORTH IN THIS SUBSECTION (7) CONTINUE
INDEFINITELY.
(8) FOR THE 2020-21 STATE FISCAL YEAR AND EACH STATE FISCAL
YEAR THEREAFTER, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL APPROPRIATE THREE
MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM THE GENERAL FUND
TO THE OFFICE OF BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TO IMPLEMENT THE GRANT
PROGRAM. THE OFFICE MAY USE A PORTION OF THE MONEY APPROPRIATED
FOR THE GRANT PROGRAM TO PAY THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS OF
ADMINISTERING THE GRANT PROGRAM.
SECTION 14. Effective date. (1) Except as otherwise provided
in this section, this act takes effect upon passage.
(2) Section 12 of this act takes effect only if Senate Bill 20-007
does not become law.
(3) Section 13 of this act takes effect only in Senate Bill 20-007
becomes law.".

Renumber succeeding section accordingly.

Strike "OFFICE" and substitute "MANAGED SERVICE ORGANIZATION" on
Page 12, lines 14 and 15.


Senate Journal, June 2
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB20-028 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee of the Whole with favorable
recommendation.

Strike the Health and Human Services Committee Report, dated January
30, 2020.

Amend printed bill, strike page 3.

Page 4, strike lines 1 through 3.

Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.

Page 4, lines 4 and 5, strike "amend (6)(d) introductory portion; and".

Page 4, strike lines 16 through 21.

Page 6, strike lines 3 through 27.

Strike pages 7 through 13.

Page 14, strike lines 1 through 11.

Page 14, before 12 insert:

"SECTION 5. Appropriation. (1) For the 2020-21 state fiscal
year, $74,620 is appropriated to the department of human services. This
appropriation is from the General Fund. To implement this act, the
department may use this appropriation for the purchase of legal services.
(2) For the 2020-21 state fiscal year, $74,620 is appropriated to
the department of law. This appropriation is from reappropriated funds
received from the department of human services under subsection (1) of
this section and is based on an assumption that the department of law will
require an additional 0.4 FTE. To implement this act, the department of
law may use this appropriation to provide legal services for the
department of human services.".

Renumber succeeding section accordingly.

Page 1, line 102, strike "DISORDER." and substitute "DISORDER, AND, IN
CONNECTION THEREWITH, MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.".


Appro-
priations


House Journal, June 10
22 SB20-028 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
23 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
24 recommendation:
25
26 Amend reengrossed bill, page 3, after line 1 insert:
27
28 "SECTION 1. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 10-22.3-101, amend
29 (1)(a) introductory portion, (1)(b), (2)(f), and (3); and add (2)(h) and
30 (2)(i) as follows:
31 10-22.3-101. Opioid and other substance use disorders study
32 committee - creation - members - purposes. (1) (a) Notwithstanding
33 section 2-3-303.3, there is hereby created the opioid and other substance
34 use disorders study committee. The committee consists of ten members
35 of the general assembly, appointed on or before June 1, 2018, as follows:
36 (b) The speaker of the house of representatives shall appoint the
37 chair of the committee in even-numbered years THE 2023 INTERIM and the
38 vice-chair in odd-numbered years THE 2021 INTERIM, and the president of
39 the senate shall appoint the chair of the committee in odd-numbered years
2023 40 THE 2021 INTERIM and the vice-chair in even-numbered years THE
41 INTERIM.
42 (2) The committee shall:
43 (f) Identify possible legislative options to address gaps and
44 hurdles to accessing prevention, intervention, harm reduction, treatment,
45 and recovery resources; and
46 (h) DURING THE 2021 INTERIM, STUDY THE RELATIONSHIP
47 BETWEEN MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
48 AND EXAMINE TREATMENT MODALITIES THAT BEST SERVE INDIVIDUALS
49 WITH CO-OCCURRING MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS AND SUBSTANCE USE
50 DISORDERS, INCLUDING THE BENEFITS OF INTEGRATED SERVICES; AND
51 (i) DURING THE 2021 INTERIM, STUDY THE IMPACT OF COVID-19,
52 THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE CAUSED BY THE SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY
53 SYNDROME CORONAVIRUS 2, ALSO KNOWN AS SARS-COV-2, ON THE
54 PROVISION OF PREVENTION, HARM REDUCTION, TREATMENT AND
55 RECOVERY SUPPORT SERVICES, AND RELATED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
1 SERVICES, INCLUDING THE IMPACT RELATED TO THE OPIOID CRISIS AND
2 DRUG OVERDOSES, AND PREPARE LEGISLATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
3 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY FOR ADDRESSING THE IMPACTS.
4 (3) (a) The committee may meet IN THE 2021 AND 2023 INTERIMS
5 up to six times per interim. The committee may recommend up to a total
6 of five bills during each interim. Legislation recommended by the
7 committee must be treated as legislation recommended by an interim
8 committee for purposes of applicable deadlines, bill introduction limits,
9 and any other requirements imposed by the joint rules of the general
10 assembly.
11 (b) No later than BY December 1, 2018 2021, and no later than
12 each December 1, thereafter 2023, the committee shall make a report AND
13 A FINAL REPORT, RESPECTIVELY, to the legislative council created in
14 section 2-3-301 that may include recommendations for legislation.
102 15 SECTION 2. In Colorado Revised Statutes, amend 10-22.3-
16 as follows:
17 10-22.3-102. Repeal of article. This article 22.3 is repealed,
18 effective July 1, 2020 SEPTEMBER 1, 2024.".
19
20 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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22

House Journal, June 12
34 Amendment No. 1, Appropriations Report, dated June 11, 2020, and
35 placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, June
36 11, 2020.
37
38 Amendment No. 2, Health & Insurance Report, dated June 10, 2020, and
39 placed in member's bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, June
40 10, 2020.
41
42 Amendment No. 3, by Representative Singer.
43
44 Amend reengrossed bill, page 4 after line 23 insert:
45
46 "SECTION 5. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 27-80-121, add
47 (2.5) as follows:
48 27-80-121. Perinatal substance use data linkage project -
49 center for research into substance use disorder prevention,
50 treatment, and recovery support strategies - report - appropriation.
51 (2.5) THE STATEWIDE PERINATAL SUBSTANCE USE DATA LINKAGE
52 PROJECT MAY CONDUCT ONGOING RESEARCH RELATED TO THE INCIDENCE
53 OF PERINATAL SUBSTANCE EXPOSURE OR RELATED INFANT AND FAMILY
54 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICE OUTCOMES BASED ON THE STANDARDS
55 SPECIFIED IN SECTIONS 19-1-103 (1)(a)(VII) AND 19-3-102 (1)(g) FOR
1 DETERMINING CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT OR WHETHER A CHILD IS
2 NEGLECTED OR DEPENDENT.".
3
4 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
5
6 As amended, ordered revised and placed on the Calendar for Third
7 Reading and Final Passage.
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