Colorado Revised Statutes Title 26. Human Services Code

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  • Article 1. Department of Human Services
  • Article 2. Public Assistance
  • Article 3.1. Protective Services for Adults at Risk of Mistreatment or Self-Neglect
  • Article 5. Child Welfare Services
  • Article 5.3. Emergency Assistance for Families with Children at Imminent Risk of Out-Of-Home Placement Act
  • Article 5.5. Family Preservation
  • Article 5.7. Homeless Youth
  • Article 6. Child Care Centers
  • Article 6.2. Early Childhood Leadership Commission
  • Article 6.4. Colorado Nurse Home Visitor Program
  • Article 6.5. Early Childhood and School Readiness
  • Article 6.7. Colorado Infant and Toddler Quality and Availability Grant Program
  • Article 6.8. Tony Grampsas Youth Services Program
  • Article 7. Subsidization of Adoption
  • Article 7.5. Domestic Abuse Programs
  • Article 7.8. Homeless Prevention Activities Program
  • Article 8. Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Article 8.2. Products of the Rehabilitation Center for the Visually Impaired
  • Article 8.3. Blind-Made Products--Registration
  • Article 11. Older Coloradans' Act
  • Article 11.5. Colorado Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
  • Article 12. Veterans Community Living Centers Act
  • Article 13. Child Support Enforcement Act
  • Article 13.5. Administrative Procedure for Child Support Establishment and Enforcement
  • Article 18. Family Resource Center Program
  • Article 20. Protection of Persons from Restraint
  • Article 21. Colorado Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Article 23. Training Veterans to Train Their Own Service Dogs Pilot Program
  • Article 24. Colorado Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities

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