The Peace Officers Behavioral Health Support and Community Partnerships grant program is available for law enforcement agencies, peace officer organizations, and public safety agencies for purposes listed below.
Behavioral health or community-based social services providers are eligible to apply in partnerships with law enforcement or public safety agencies for the purposes of co-responder community responses and community-based alternative responses.
- Co-responder community responses;
- Community-based alternative responses;
- Counseling services for peace officers and their immediate family members;
- Assistance for development and implementation of policies to support peace officers who are involved in shootings or fatal use of force;
- Training and education programs that teach peace officers and their immediate family members the symptoms of job-related mental trauma and how to prevent and treat such trauma;
- Peer support programs for peace officers.
- Hiring, contracting, or developing a remote network to provide behavioral health counseling, therapy or other related support services to peace officers involved in job-related traumatic situations.
Who Should Apply
Law enforcement agencies, peace officer organizations, public safety agencies within the State of Colorado.
The Application Process
- Application opens:
- Application closes:
- Projected award notice:
- Executed contract:
- Contract term:
The grant program accepts funding requests until the end of the application period and program funds will be awarded until all funds have been exhausted.
Forms and Resources
Direct inquiries regarding initial program interest to your Program Manager.
Grant Program Manager