Boulder County law enforcement agencies seeking to build trust on mental health issues - Colorado Daily
We investigate far too many suicides every year." Training In Boulder County and nationally, rising suicide rates have emphasized the need for more mental health resources, and for law enforcement officials to be well-trained in crisis intervention. Though the number fluctuates each year, the number of suicides in Boulder County has been trending upward in the last 15 years. In 2001 there were 39 suicides in Boulder County, compared with 59 in 2012, according to the Boulder County Coroner's Office.
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When she tried to fill her prescription the pharmacy wanted $2,000, more than she could afford. "Insurance companies are basically singling out certain conditions by placing some medications on high-cost tiers," said Hill.
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