(1) There is created in the state treasury the Colorado child abuse prevention trust
fund, referred to in this article 3.5 as the “trust fund”. The board shall administer the trust fund, which consists of:
(b) Money collected by the board pursuant to section 19-3.5-104(1)(i) from federal grants and other contributions, grants, gifts, bequests, and donations. Such money must be transmitted to the state treasurer, who shall credit the money
to the trust fund; and
(c) Any money appropriated to the trust fund by the state; and
(d) Reimbursement money received for prevention services and programs identified in
the federal Title IV-E clearinghouse pursuant to the federal “Family First Prevention
Services Act of 2018”. Beginning July 1, 2021, the state department shall transmit federal Title IV-E reimbursements
for prevention services to the state treasurer who shall credit the reimbursements
to the trust fund.
(2) The trust fund shall claim federal Title IV-E reimbursement for all eligible grants
for prevention services on the federal Title IV-E prevention services clearinghouse.
(3) Money in the fund is subject to annual appropriation by the general assembly. Any money remaining in the fund must not be transferred to or revert to the general
fund of the state at the end of any fiscal year. Any interest earned on the investment or deposit of money in the fund must also
remain in the fund and must not be credited to the general fund of the state.
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