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192FC307E615C0A1872587DC0075147D Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB22-1052

HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
Date Feb 1, 2022      
Location HCR 0112



HB22-1052 - Amended, referred to House Appropriations

02:18:52 PM  

Representative McLachlan and Minority Leader McKean, co-prime bill sponsors, presented House Bill 22-1052, concerning promoting behavioral health crisis services to school-age students. The bill requires that student identification cards contain information for Colorado Crisis Services, and that the Office of Behavioral Health provide schools with outreach materials on Colorado Crisis Services upon request. Schools that do not issue student identification cards must request and display the outreach materials.

02:23:19 PM  

Christopher Hill, representing self, testified in support of the bill.

Taleen Sample, representing the Colorado Youth Advisory Council, testified in support of the bill.

Aimee Resnick, representing the Colorado Youth Advisory Council, testified in support of the bill.

Elizabeth Owens, representing the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health, was available to answer committee questions.

The panelist answered questions from the committee.

02:41:50 PM  

Jeff Riester, representing the Department of Law, testified in a neutral position on the bill.

Lauren Snyder, representing Mental Health Colorado, testified in support of the bill.

Patty Boyd, representing the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado, testified in support of the bill. She provided a handout to the committee (Attachment G).

The panelists responded to questions from the committee.

02:56:23 PM  
Brenden Cheng, representing
self, testified in support of the bill.




Ryan Silva, representing self, testified in support of the bill.


 

Kristy Skarphol, representing self, testified in support of the bill.




Bev Marquez, representing Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners, testified in
support of the bill.


 

Written testimony was submitted to the committee (Attachment H).
03:10:19 PM  

Minority Leader McKean explained amendment L.001 (Attachment I).



03:10:39 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.001 (Attachment I).
Moved Gonzales-Gutierrez
Seconded Jodeh
Amabile
Bradfield
Cutter
Gonzales-Gutierrez
Hanks
Holtorf
Jodeh
Pelton
Ricks
Williams
Young
Sirota
Michaelson Jenet
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Pass Without Objection
03:10:40 PM  

Minority Leader McKean explained amendment L.003 (Attachment J).

03:11:16 PM  

Representative McLachlan further explained amendment L.003

03:11:27 PM  

The commmittee discussed amendment L.003.  Amendment L.003 was withdrawn.



03:14:00 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.003 (Attachment J).
Moved Gonzales-Gutierrez
Seconded Sirota
Amabile
Bradfield
Cutter
Gonzales-Gutierrez
Hanks
Holtorf
Jodeh
Pelton
Ricks
Williams
Young
Sirota
Michaelson Jenet
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Withdrawn


03:21:40 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 22-1052, as amended, to the Committee on Appropriations.
Moved Sirota
Seconded Pelton
Amabile Yes
Bradfield Yes
Cutter Yes
Gonzales-Gutierrez Yes
Hanks No
Holtorf Yes
Jodeh Yes
Pelton Yes
Ricks Yes
Williams No
Young Yes
Sirota Yes
Michaelson Jenet Yes
Final YES: 11   NO: 2   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






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