Given the complexity of responding effectively to substance abuse issues, the Colorado General Assembly acknowledged the need for involving a diverse partnership of state government, local governments, and the private sectors, including legislators, child advocates, public health officials, drug treatment providers, child welfare workers, law enforcement officers, judges, and prosecutors.
To this end, the Colorado General Assembly established the Colorado Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force in 2013 as a continuation of the work of the State Methamphetamine Task Force.
The membership of the Colorado Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force consists of a chair, three vice-chairs and twenty-eight members.
The Colorado Attorney General serves as the chair of the Task Force.
Generous financial support from the El Pomar Foundation continues to be instrumental in moving forward the work of the Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force.
In-kind support from the Colorado Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, and Rise Above Colorado is of value to the Task Force in assisting communities.
- 10am-12pm, Fri, Feb 2nd, 2024
- 10am-12pm, Fri, May 3rd, 2024
Meeting are held in-person at the Ralph Carr Judicial Building at 1300 Broadway in Denver and virtually via Zoom. Please note that due to the temporary closure of the Ralph Carr Judicial Building, 2024 SATF Meetings are expected to be virtual only until further notice.
Please contact the Opioid Response Unit at email@example.com if you have any questions about upcoming meetings.
You can find agendas and minutes for past meetings here.