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Collaborative Management Program

Where do families turn when youth are experiencing challenges that feel overwhelming and require several providers to deliver services? Collaborative Management Program (CMP) might be the answer. CMP facilitates coordination of services for youth involved in multiple systems by engaging the youth, their families and other partners. The goal is to improve positive outcomes for the youth. 


To qualify for Eagle County CMP services, the youth must:

  • Reside in Eagle County

  • Be between the ages of 0 and 18 years old

  • Be involved in multi-systems (e.g. mental health system, health care system, school system – see list of IOG partners which comprise the systems)

IOG Partners

5th Judicial District 

Probation Bright Future Foundation
5th Judicial District Courts

 Mountain Youth
Eagle County Public Health

 Family Advocate
Eagle County School District

 Mountain Family Health
Roaring Fork School District

Youth Power 365
Mind Springs Health

Eagle Valley Behavioral Health
Division of Youth Services

The Hope Center
Rocky Mountain Health Plans

CASA of the Continental Divide
Youth Detention Continuum (CYDC)

Early Childhood Partners

Eagle County Department of Human Services 

Referrals for youth can be made by these IOG partners.

For English referral forms please click here.

For Spanish, please click here. 

For assistance, contact Jessica Beegle.


After a referral is submitted for an eligible youth, families and the youth attend a family meeting. CMP plans these meetings with community agencies that provide services for the youth. The meeting is family-focused, where their voices are the most important. The youth and family make the decisions on what services they will use based on recommendations made by providers.



In collaboration with IOG Partners, Mountain Youth operates the Eagle County CMP through a contract with Eagle County Department of Human Services. CMP is partially state-funded by the Colorado Department of Human Services and several local funding entities. In 2004, the Colorado State Legislature established CMP (House Bill 04-1451) with the purpose of supporting counties in facilitating coordination of services for multi-system involved youth in order to avoid duplication and increase positive outcomes for youth.

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