(1) has met the education and experience qualifications established in the Standards,
- When a provider is on the List, it means that he/she
(2) has provided sufficient information for a determination that services appear to be provided according to the Standards and
(3) each provider agrees in writing to provide services in compliance with the standards of practice outlined in the Standards.
- Only Providers on the List are eligible to provide treatment anywhere in Colorado, unless they are provisionally approved. If a provider is provisionally approved, he/she may only provide treatment in the judicial district(s) listed.
- Being on the List is neither licensure nor certification of the provider. It does not imply that all providers offer exactly the same services
- The List also does not create an entitlement for referrals from the criminal justice system.
- To make a formal complaint against a treatment provider, you may contact our program administrator at 303-239-4456.
- You may also submit a formal complaint against a treatment provider by contacting the the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) by clicking HERE or calling (303) 894-2900.
- Anonymous complaints are not accepted by the DVOMB; however, you may submit anonymous complaints through the DORA by clicking HERE or calling (303) 894-2900.
- Formal complaints must be submitted in writing.
It should be noted that DORA is not affiliated in anyway with the DVOMB and is a different governmental entity. Please note that it is helpful for the DVOMB to receive the complaints initially because DORA consults with the DVOMB regarding all complaints against DVOMB Approved Treatment Providers as part of their deliberation Process.
For the status of any provider whose application is still pending or not listed, please call 303-239-4528.