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					       National Injury and Violence Prevention
                                                                                           Colorado
       Resource Center
                                                                                       2011 Fact Sheet
Unintentional	injuries	and	violence	are	the	leading	cause	of	death,	hospitalization,	and	disability	for	children	ages1-
18.	In	2007,	the	number	of	injury	deaths	for	children	ages	0-18	was	13,912*	and	the	number	of	all	nonfatal	injuries	
for	children	ages	0-18	was	8.7	million.**	The	Children’s	Safety	Network	(CSN)	National	Injury	and	Violence	
Prevention	Resource	Center,	funded	by	the	Maternal	and	Child	Health	(MCH)	Bureau,	works	with	states	to	
utilize	a	science-based,	public	health	approach	for	injury	and	violence	prevention	(IVP).	CSN	provides	information	
and	technical	assistance	on	injury	surveillance	and	data;	needs	assessments;	best	practices;	and	the	design,	
implementation,	and	evaluation	of	programs	to	prevent	child	and	adolescent	injuries.

CSN	has	prepared	this	fact	sheet	to	provide	a	state	snapshot	of	injury	and	violence	prevention	data,	resources,	
and	activities.	The	fact	sheet	is	intended	to	be	a	helpful	and	easy-to-use	tool	for	needs	assessments,	planning,	and	
presentations.

*Reference:	National	Center	for	Health	Statistics	(NCHS)	Vital	Statistics	System	for	numbers	of	deaths.		U.S.	Bureau	of	Census	for	population	estimates.
**Reference:	National	Electronic	Injury	Surveillance	System	(NEISS)	All	Injury	Program	operated	by	the	U.S.	Consumer	Product	Safety	Commission	for	
numbers	of	injuries.	U.S.	Bureau	of	Census	for	population	estimates.


Major Causes of Death                                                          Major Causes of Injury Death and
                                                                               Hospitalization
•	 Unintentional	injuries	(1,446)	were	the	leading	cause	of	
death	for	children	and	youth	ages	1-24	in	Colorado	during	                     •	 Unintentional	suffocation	(39)	was	the	leading	cause	of	
the	period	2003-2007.	                                                         injury	death	for	children	under	the	age	of	1	in	Colorado	
                                                                               during	the	period	2003–2007.	
•	 Homicide	(42)	was	the	second	leading	cause	of	death	for	
children	ages	1-4	in	Colorado	during	the	period	2003-       •	 Unintentional	motor	vehicle	traffic	injuries	were	the	
2007.	                                                      leading	cause	of	injury	death	for	children	and	youth	ages	
                                                            1–24	(930)	in	Colorado	during	the	period	2002–2006.	
•	 Suicide	(524)	was	the	second	leading	cause	of	death	for	
youth	ages	15-24	in	Colorado	during	the	period	2003-        •	 Suicide	by	suffocation	(20)	was	the	second	leading	cause	
2007.	                                                      of	injury	death	for	children	ages	10-14	in	Colorado	during	
                                                                               the	period	2003-2007.	
•	 Suicide	(33)	was	the	third	leading	cause	of	death	for	chil-
dren	ages	10-14	in	Colorado	during	the	period	2003-2007.	                      •	 Suicide	by	firearm	(231)	was	the	second	leading	cause	of	
                                                                               injury	death	for	youth	ages	15–24	in	Colorado	during	the	
•	 Homicide	(255)	was	the	third	leading	cause	of	death	for	                    period	2003–2007.
youth	ages	15-24	in	Colorado	during	the	period	2003-
2007.
Understanding	injury	rankings	among	other	causes	of	death	is	important	in	determining	their	physical	and	economic	
role	in	each	state.	Although	injuries	are	the	leading	cause	of	death	for	ages	1-34,	knowing	what	types	of	injuries	cause	
the	majority	of	deaths	and	hospitalizations	can	inform	program	planning	and	development	efforts.	Table	1	shows	the	
top	5	causes	of	death	by	age	group	in	the	state.	Table	2	shows	the	top	5	causes	of	injury	death	by	age	group	in	the	
state.

                Table 1. Leading Causes and Total 5-Year Incidence of Deaths by Age Group,
                                          Colorado, 2003-2007
                                                                     Age Groups
 Rank             <1                     1-4                     5-9                    10 - 14                 15-24                  All Ages
               Congenital            Unintentional           Unintentional           Unintentional           Unintentional             Malignant
   1           Anomalies                Injury                  Injury                   Injury                 Injury                Neoplasms
                  478                     99                      69                       92                   1,186                   32,175
                 Short                Homicide                 Malignant               Malignant               Suicide                   Heart
   2           Gestation                  42                  Neoplasms               Neoplasms                  524                   Disease
                  375                                             31                       44                                           31,115
                 SIDS                  Malignant              Congenital                Suicide               Homicide               Chronic Low.
   3              202                 Neoplasms               Anomalies                    33                   255                   Respiratory
                                          29                      17                                                                   Disease
                                                                                                                                         9,678
               Maternal               Congenital                Heart                  Homicide               Malignant              Unintentional
   4          Pregnancy               Anomalies                Disease                   14                   Neoplasms                  Injury
                Comp.                    28                       10                                             115                     9,536
                 154
               Placenta                Influenza               Homicide                 Heart                   Heart                  Cerebro-
   5             Cord                & Pneumonia                  9                    Disease                 Disease                 vascular
              Membranes                    19                                             10                      67                    8,182
                 112




 Table 2. Leading Causes and Total 5-Year Incidence of Injury Deaths by Age Group, Colorado,
                                         2003-2007
                                                                     Age Groups
  Rank              <1                     1-4                    5-9                   10 - 14                 15-24                  All Ages
               Unintentional           Unintentional          Unintentional           Unintentional          Unintentional           Unintentional
    1           Suffocation             MV Traffic             MV Traffic              MV Traffic             MV Traffic              MV Traffic
                    39                      42                     39                       53                    796                   3,151
                 Homicide               Homicide               Unintentional             Suicide               Suicide               Unintentional
    2          Unspecified             Unspecified              Drowning               Suffocation             Firearm                Poisoning
                    15                      22                      8                       20                    231                   2,190
               Unintentional           Unintentional           Unintentional            Homicide               Suicide               Unintentional
                MV Traffic              Drowning                  Other                  Firearm              Suffocation                Fall
    3
                    13                      18                  Transport                   11                    214                   1,935
                                                                    4
                 Homicide              Unintentional               Five                  Suicide               Homicide                Suicide
               Other Spec.,             Suffocation               Tied*                 Firearm                 Firearm                Firearm
    4
                classifiable                12                      3                      10                     205                   1,928
                    11
               Unintentional           Unintentional               Five               Unintentional          Unintentional             Suicide
                 Drowning               Pedestrian,               Tied**               Drowning               Poisoning               Poisoning
    5
                     4                    Other                     2                     9                      184                     879
                                             9

*Five	mechanisms	were	tied	for	the	fourth	ranking	among	children	aged	5-9	including	Homicide	Firearm;	Homicide	Other	Spec.,	NECN;		Unintentional	
Natural/Environment;	Unintentional	Other	Land	Transport;	and	Unintentional	Suffocation.		Each	of	these	mechanisms	had	three	deaths.		**Five	
mechanisms	were	tied	for	the	fifth	ranking	among	children	aged	5-9	including	Homicide	Other	Spec.,	classifiable;	Undetermined	Poisoning;	Undetermined	
Suffocation;	Unintentional	Fire/burn;	and	Unintentional	Machinery.			Each	of	these	mechanisms	had	two	deaths.
Table	3	shows	the	top	5	causes	of	injury	hospitalization	by	age	group.		Figure	H1	compares	the	medical	and	productiv-
ity	costs	per	individual	case	between	the	state	and	the	United	States	for	youth	motor	vehicle	traffic	(MVT)	injuries	and	
youth	self-inflicted	injuries	for	hospitalizations.


       Table 3. Leading Causes and Annual Incidence of Hospital Admitted Injuries
                               by Age Group, Colorado Residents, 2008
                                                                                                Age Groups
 Rank                                              <1                     1-4                  5-9                     10-14                15-24           All Ages
                                                 Assault            Unintentional        Unintentional              Unintentional        Unintentional     Unintentional
                                                   42                     Fall                 Fall                      Fall                MVT                Fall
   1                                                                      148                 153                        149                  867            16,952
              Unintentional                                         Unintentional        Unintentional              Self-Inflicted       Self-Inflicted    Unintentional
                   Fall                                               Poisoning               MVT                         85                  802              MVT
   2                29                                                     55                  47                                                             4,084
              Unintentional                                         Unintentional        Unintentional              Unintentional        Unintentional     Self-Inflicted
             Other Specified                                       Bites and Stings    Struck By/Against                MVT                  Fall             3,142
   3                27                                                     46                  27                         80                 574
              Unintentional                                         Unintentional         Unintentional              Unintentional         Assault         Unintentional
         Unspecified    Suffoc                                     Other Specified    Pedal Cyclist, Other        Struck By/Against          410           Unspecified
   4         22           22                                               45                  23                         67                                  2,054
              Undetermined                                          Unintentional         Unintentional             Unintentional        Unintentional     Unintentional
                    15                                                   MVT            Bites and Stings          Transport, Other     Struck By/Against    Poisoning
   5                                                                       34                  22                       59                    186             1,998


Note.			Suffoc	=	Suffocation.		MVT	=	Motor	Vehicle	Traffic.	




                                                            Figure H1. Average individual costs per case of nonfatal, unintentional 
                                                           hospital‐admitted MVT and self‐inflicted injuries, ages 0‐15 and ages 16‐
                                                             20, respectively, in CO and the US   (Based on Year 2003 Incidence)*
                                                                                                     CO      US

                                                  $140
                                                                     $131.7
             Costs in thousands (2008 dollars)
                        ousands (2008 dollars)




                                                  $120

                                                  $100
                                                                                      $83.7
                                                   $80

                                                   $60

                                                   $40

                                                                                                                               $17.9           $19.7
                                                   $20

                                                     $0

                                                            Unintentional hospital‐admitted MVT  Hospital‐admitted self‐inflicted injuries, 
                                                                     injuries, ages 0‐15                       ages 16‐20
National Performance Measures

The	Federal	Maternal	and	Child	Health	Bureau	Block	Grant	program	requires	State	MCH	programs	to	report	on	18	
National	Performance	Measures	(NPM),	two	of	which	directly	address	injuries.	Figure	1	(NPM	#10)	shows	the	trend	
in	the	rate	of	deaths	for	children	aged	14	years	and	younger	caused	by	motor	vehicle	crashes.	In	the	United	States,	the	
average	rate	of	unintentional	motor	vehicle	(MV)	deaths	for	children	aged	0-14	during	2003-2007	is	2.80	per	100,000	
population.		Figure	2	(NPM	#16)	shows	the	trend	in	the	rate	of	suicide	deaths	among	youths	aged	15-19.	In	the	United	
States,	the	average	rate	of	suicide	deaths	among	youths	aged	15-19	for	this	same	period	is	6.91	per	100,000	population.			
Figure	3	compares	the	cost	per	individual	case	between	the	state	and	the	United	States	for	childhood	MV	traffic	deaths	
and	youth	suicides.


                                                  Figure 1. The rate (per 100,000) of unintentional motor vehicle traffic
                                                                                                                                                             Figure 2. The rate (per 100,000) of suicide deaths among teens
                                                      deaths among youth aged 0-14, Colorado and US, 2003-2007*
                                                                                                                                                                        aged 15-19, Colorado and US, 2003-2007*
                                       4.5        3.98                                                                                               18
                                       4.0                                                                                                                                                         16.16
                                                                    3.56                                                                             16
                                                                                     3.22                                                                               15.07
Age-Adjusted Rate




                                                                                                                                 Age-Adjusted Rate
                                       3.5                                                                                                           14
                                                   3.55                                              3.01               2.80                                                                                11.96
                                       3.0                                                                                                           12
                                                                    3.14                                                                                                                                                      10.60
                                       2.5                                                                                                           10
                                                                                     2.60             2.87                2.62                             8.02                 8.22        7.68
                                       2.0                                                                                                                                                                   7.32
                                                                                                                                                      8
                                                                                                                                                           7.27                                                               6.91
                                       1.5                                                                                                            6
                                       1.0                                                                                                            4
                                       0.5                                                                                                            2
                                       0.0                                                                                                            0
                                                  2003             2004               2005           2006               2007                                  2003          2004           2005            2006         2007
                                                                                     Years                                                                                             Years
                                                                    United States              Colorado                                                                    United States     Colorado




                                              Figure 3. Average individual cost per case of unintentional motor vehicle
                                                   traffic deaths (aged 0-14) and completed suicides (aged 15-19)
                                                                in Colorado and the US, 2002-2006**
                                                                                                                                    Definitions
                                                                                CO    US
                                                                                                                                                          	
                                       $2.5                                                                                                               Medical costs	include	payments	for	hospi-
                                                                                                   2.1
                                                                                                                  2.0                                     tal	and	physician	care,	as	well	as	emergency	
     Cost in millions (2008 dollars)




                                       $2.0

                                                          1.6                                                                                             medical	transport,	rehabilitation,	prescrip-
                                                                        1.5
                                       $1.5
                                                                                                                                                          tion	drugs,	allied	health	services,	medical	
                                       $1.0
                                                                                                                                                          devices,	and	insurance	claims	processing.	
                                                                                                                                                          For	fatalities,	coroner	and	premature	burial	
                                       $0.5
                                                                                                                                                          expenses	are	included.	
                                       $0.0

                                                 Unintentional MV traffic deaths                  Completed suicides
                                                                                                                                                          Productivity costs	include	immediate	and	
                                                                                                                                                          future	work	losses	(e.g.,	wages,	fringe	ben-
                                                                                                                                                          efits,	schoolwork,	and	housework)	due	to	a	
                                                                                                                                                          childhood	injury.
*	Reference:	Centers	for	Disease	Control	and	Prevention	(CDC),	National	Center	for	Health	Statistics	(NCHS)	(2010).	CDC	WISQARS	On-line	Database,	
compiled	from	Compressed	Mortality	File	2003-2007.	Report	retrieved	October	18,	2010.
**	Note:	These	estimated	annual	costs	combine	medical	and	productivity	costs	(see	Definitions	box	above).	Totals	have	been	rounded	and	may	not	equal	
previously	published	cost	estimates.
NPM Key Facts                                                    NPM 16: Reducing Suicide Deaths Among
                                                                 Teens Ages 15-19
Colorado’s	average	rate	of	unintentional	motor	vehicle	          Colorado’s	suicide	prevention	activities	from	the	previous	
traffic	deaths	among	children	aged	0–14	was	2.62	per	            year	will	continue,	including	an	awareness	campaign	for	
100,000	in	2007	as	compared	to	the	national	average	rate	        teens,	ongoing	prevention	projects	in	five	counties	and	the	
of	2.80.                                                         University	of	Colorado	at	Boulder,	the	evaluation	of	the	
                                                                 SAFE:	TEEN	program	at	two	schools,	and	statewide	distri-
Colorado’s	average	rate	of	suicide	deaths	for	teens	ages	        bution	of	community	grants	for	suicide	prevention.
15–19	was	10.60	per	100,000	in	2007	as	compared	to	the	
national	average	rate	of	6.91.                                   State Performance Measures
The	average	cost	per	case	of	unintentional	motor	vehicle	 Colorado	currently	has	the	following	injury-related	State	
traffic	deaths	for	children	ages	0–14	in	Colorado	was	$1.6	 Performance	Measure,	which	it	kept	from	2005-2009	to	
million	in	2002–2006	(in	2008	dollars)	as	compared	to	the	 2010:
national	average	cost	per	case	of	$1.5	million.
                                                            •	 To	reduce	the	motor	vehicle	death	rate	for	teens	ages	
The	average	cost	per	case	of	suicide	deaths	for	teens	ages	 15–19	years	old.
15–19	in	Colorado	was	$2.1	million	in	2002–2006	(in	
2008	dollars)	as	compared	to	the	national	average	cost	                 Figure S1. The rate of motor vehicle deaths among teens
per	case	of	$2.0	million.                                                               aged 15-19, 2005-2009***
                                                                                                35


NPM Summaries for the Coming Year                                                               30
                                                                                                     31.2
                                                                  Rate per 100,000 population




                                                                                                25

The	following	are	summaries	of	plans	for	the	coming	year	                                       20
that	the	state	submitted	to	the	Maternal	and	Child	Health	                                                    18.6   19.0
                                                                                                15
Bureau	(MCHB).		The	complete	plans	can	be	found	on	the	                                                                     17.0
                                                                                                                                   14.0
MCHB	website	at	http://mchb.hrsa.gov.                                                           10

                                                                                                 5
NPM 10: Reducing Unintentional Motor Vehi-
cle Deaths to Children Ages 0-14                                                                 0
                                                                                                       2005   2006   2007   2008   2009
Colorado’s	Injury,	Suicide,	and	Violence	Prevention	(ISVP)	
Unit	and	the	state’s	Injury	Community	Planning	Group	
                                                                 ***	Reference:	MCH	Bureau	(2010).	MCH	Services	Title	V	Block	Grant:	
will	encourage	seat	belt	use	and	monitor	any	seat	belt	or	
                                                                 State	Narrative	for	Colorado.	Report	retrieved	December	1,	2010.
child	passenger	safety	(CPS)	legislation	that	is	proposed.		
ISVP	staff	will	serve	on	the	State	CPS	Advisory	Board.		
The	Colorado	Child	Fatality	Prevention	State	Review	             Priority Needs
Team	will	review	motor	vehicle-related	deaths	of	children	
ages	0-14	and	make	prevention	recommendations	in	their	          Colorado	currently	has	the	following	injury-related	prior-
Annual	Legislative	Report.		Colorado’s	Teen	Driving	Alli-        ity	need:
ance	will	educate	the	public	about	the	state’s	graduated	
drivers	licensing	law.	                                          •	 Improve	motor	vehicle	safety	among	all	youth	ages	
                                                                 15-19.
IVP Health Status Indicators                                                                                                                            Child Death Review (CDR)

The	Maternal	and	Child	Health	Bureau	requires	every	                                                                                                    Colorado	has	a	state	level	team	as	well	as	five	county	
state	to	report	on	12	Health	Status	Indicators.		Six	of	                                                                                                level	teams.	They	review	natural	deaths,	SIDS,	all	injuries,	
the	indicators	are	related	to	IVP.		The	two	figures	below	                                                                                              homicides,	suicides,	ME/coroner	cases,	abuse/neglect,	and	
reflect	the	data	reported	for	the	IVP	Health	Status	Indica-                                                                                             cases	in	which	the	child	has	a	history	with	social	services.	
tors	by	the	state	in	their	Maternal	and	Child	Health	Block	                                                                                             They	have	a	state	level	advisory	board	that	reviews	local	
Grant	Application	Form	17,	2010	(https://perfdata.hrsa.                                                                                                 findings,	makes	state-level	recommendations,	and	issues	an	
gov/MCHB/TVISReports/MeasurementData/HSI/HsiMenu.                                                                                                       annual	report.	Colorado	participates	in	the	National	Child	
aspx).                                                                                                                                                  Death	Review	Case	Reporting	System.

                                                  Nonfatal Injury Health Status Indicators,                                                             Rochelle	Manchego,	Program	Coordinator	
                                                            Colorado 2005-2009
                               200                                                                                                                      Colorado	Child	Fatality	Prevention	System	
                                          184.0
                               180                                  170.7
                                                                                                                  162.2
                                                                                                                                      172.4             Colorado	Department	of	Public	Health	and	Environment	
                                                                                          160.9
                               160
                                          170.2                                                                                                         4300	Cherry	Creek	Drive	South	
 Rate per 100,000 Population




                                                                    153.6
                               140
                                                                                          144.6
                                                                                                                                                        Denver,	CO	80264-1530	
                                                                                                                  140.6
                               120
                                                                                                                                      130.6             Phone:	303-692-2573		
                               100                                                                                                                      Fax:	303-691-7901		
                                80
                                                                                                                                                        Email:	Rochelle.manchego@state.co.us	or	cfr.commit-
                                60
                                                                                                                                                        tee@state.co.us	
                                           32.2                     28.9
                                40
                                                                                           24.8                   22.5                 23.2             Website:	http://www.cochildfatalityreview.org	
                                20



                                                                                                                                                        Injury Prevention Strategic Plan
                                    0
                                            2005                    2006                   2007                   2008                  2009

                                              Injuries 0-14 years           Motor Vehicle Crashes 0-14 Years         Motor Vehicle Crashes 15-24


                                                                                                                                                        Colorado	has	updated	its	injury	prevention	strategic	plan	
                                                                                                                                                        but	has	not	yet	distributed	it.		The	most	recent	available	
                                                  Fatal Injury Health Status Indicators,                                                                plan	is:
                                                           Colorado 2005-2009
                               30
                                         27.1
                                                                    24.4                                                                                Colorado Injury Prevention Strategic Plan: 2003–2008
                               25
                                                                                                                                                        http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/em/SEMTAC/icpg/IPStrate-
Rate per 100,000 Population




                               20                                                         18.7                    18.2                                  gicPlan.pdf	
                                                                                                                                       16.4
                               15
                                                                                                                                                        Colorado’s	plan	covers	the	following	injury	prevention	
                               10
                                                                                                                                                        topics:
                                          6.1                       6.7                    6.3                                          6.5
                                                                                                                  5.4
                               5                                                                                                                        •	 Falls
                                          3.4                       3.2                    3.2
                               0
                                                                                                                  2.7                   2.6             •	 Motor	vehicle	traffic	and	non-traffic	related	injuries
                                          2005                      2006                  2007                    2008                  2009
                                                                                                                                                        •	 Suicide	and	suicide	attempt	injuries
                                        Unintentional Injuries 0-14 years      Motor Vehicle Crashes 0-14 years     Motor Vehicle Crashes 15-24 years
IVP Grants and Contacts
                                                             MCH and IVP Contact Information
Affordable Care Act Maternal, Infant, and Early
Childhood Home Visiting Program                              MCH	Director:	
Grant	Recipient:	Colorado	Department	of	Public	Health	and	   Karen	Trierweiler,	Karen.Trierweiler@state.co.us
the	Environment	
Contact	Person:	Esperanza	Ybarra,	303-692-2482,	
                                                             IVP	Contact:	
Esparanza.Ybarra@state.co.us
                                                             Lindsey	Myers,	Lindsey.Myers@state.co.us
CDC Core Injury Prevention Grant
Grant	Recipient:	Colorado	Department	of	Public	Health	and	   Colorado	Department	of	Public	Health	and	Environ-
Environment                                                  ment	website:	http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/	
Contact	Person:	Barbara	Gabella,	MSPH,	303-692-3003,	
Barbara.Gabella@state.co.us                                  Other Contacts

CDC Core II Supplemental Grant                               The	following	programs	may	exist	within	your	state	and	
Part	B:	Child	Injury	Prevention	Program                      can	be	important	resources	for	you	to	work	with	in	
Part	C:	Teen	Dating	Violence	Prevention	Initiative
                                                             the	development	and	implementation	of	IVP	initiatives:	
                                                             Injury	Free	Coalition	for	Kids,	Level	1	Trauma	Center	
CDC Rape Prevention and Education Grant                      Pediatric	Sites,	and	Safe	Kids	Coalitions.		Call	Jennifer	
Grant	Recipient:	Colorado	Department	of	Public	Health	and	
Environment                                                  Allison,	CSN’s	Assistant	Director,	State	Partnerships,	at	
Contact	Person:	Catherine	Guerrero,	303-692-3016,	           617-618-2918	to	get	the	most	recent	contact	informa-
Catherine.Guerrero@state.co.us	                              tion	for	these	programs.

Readiness and Emergency Management for
Schools Discretionary Grant Program (FY2010)
Grant	Recipient:	Denver	Public	Schools,	Denver,	CO	

Grant	Recipient:	Summit	School	District,	Frisco,	CO	

SAMHSA State,Tribal, and Territory Youth Sui-
cide Prevention and Early Intervention Grant
Program                                                      Children’s Safety Network is funded by the Maternal
Grant	Recipient:	Colorado	Department	of	Public	Health	and	   and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and
Environment                                                  Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health
Contact	Person:	Jarrod	Hindman,	Youth	Suicide	Prevention	    and Human Services.
Project	Coordinator,	
Jarrod.Hindman@state.co.us
                                                             Children’s	Safety	Network
National Assembly on School-Based Health                     55	Chapel	Street
Care (state-affiliated chapter)                              Newton,	Massachusetts	02458
Colorado	Association	for	School-Based	Health	Care
http://www.casbhc.org/                                       617.618.2918	(phone)

Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System
(PRAMS) Contact Information                                  CSN	is	a	project	in	EDC’s	Health	and	Human	Development	
Contact	Person:	Rickey	Tolliver,	
                                                             Division.
Rickey.Tolliver@state.co.us	




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