Dr. M. Cecile Fraley has been named to the state of Colorado Department of Human Services’ newly created Behavioral Health Task Force and associated subcommittees.
This task force will evaluate Colorado’s behavioral health system and author a statewide, strategic blueprint to reform the system with the goal of enabling every Coloradan experiencing behavioral health needs to receive timely, high-quality services in their communities.
Fraley is a pediatrican and CEO of Pediatric Partners of the Southwest.
The Task Force members were chosen based on a variety of qualifications and were carefully reviewed to ensure they are a fair representation of Coloradans and people needing and getting help in the state’s behavioral health system. CDHS received more than 470 applications for the 100 seats that will comprise the task force and its three subcommittees.
For more information, visit www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdhs/colorado-behavioral-health-task-force.