An effective and well-functioning behavioral health system should treat people in need early to prevent a crisis further down the road. But in Colorado, our system fails to do so
The Denver Post
Everyone is in agreement that Colorado’s safety-net mental health system is in crisis. All you have to do is drive downtown Denver to get a sense of the vast need.
The Postal Service acknowledged nationwide delivery slowdowns in a report to Congress late last month. Those slowdowns came after new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, a former trucking company owner and Republican megadonor, ordered limits on overtime for postal workers and removal of some mail-sorting machines.