Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Forms

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is responsible for promoting and protecting the health and environment of the residents of Colorado. This department works to ensure that the state's public health and environment are safeguarded through a variety of activities including regulation, monitoring, education, and enforcement. CDPHE focuses on areas such as air and water quality, disease control and prevention, emergency preparedness, public health planning, and health promotion. Their goal is to improve the overall health and well-being of the people and the environment in Colorado.

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This Form is used for reporting the annual commercial waste tire activity in Colorado. It helps track the management and disposal of waste tires in commercial settings.

This document is used to request a fee waiver or tax-exempt status in the state of Colorado.

This Form is used for tracking projects in the state of Colorado.

This form is used for voluntary registration of caregivers in Colorado. It allows individuals to register as caregivers and provide care for vulnerable individuals.

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This form is used for providing consent for sterilization procedures in the state of Colorado.

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This document is used for creating a shared plan of care for healthcare providers in Colorado. It helps coordinate and communicate the patient's care among various providers.

This document is used to gather information about the social determinants of health in Colorado. It helps healthcare providers understand the factors that influence an individual's health, such as access to education, housing, and transportation.

This form is used for documenting medical conditions in the state of Colorado. It helps individuals provide information about their health conditions to healthcare professionals.

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This Form is used for conducting a Health Care Professional (HCP) Assessment in the state of Colorado. It collects information about the qualifications and capabilities of healthcare professionals.

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