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WELFARE REFORM BOARD

 

The Denver Welfare Reform Board has the full authority and power to promulgate and adopt any policies, rules or regulations pertaining to the functions, duties, and responsibilities of the Denver Human Services related to welfare reform consistent with State and Federal Law. The Welfare Reform Board is tasked specifically with adopting policies, rules, and regulations regarding Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP). It is comprised of members selected by the mayor, members of city council, and workforce development and human services personnel.

Meetings

Date:
Second Wednesday of each quarter

Time:
5 – 6 p.m.

Where:
Denver Human Services
Richard T. Castro Center
1200 Federal Blvd., Room 3110/12
Denver, CO 80206

Please review agenda for up-to-date location information.

Open to the public. Parking available on the roof of the parking garage. Enter the building through the doors on the southeast corner and check in with security on the 1st floor; someone will escort you to the meeting.

Welfare Reform Board Members

  • Denise Bryant, Office of Economic Development Director (Board Chair)
  • Jeff Fitzgerald, Business Community Representative (Board Vice Chair)
  • Don Mares, Executive Director of Denver Human Services
  • George Brantley, Hope Center
  • Penny May, Deputy Chief of Staff to Mayor Michael B. Hancock
  • Councilman Rafael Espinoza, City Council District 1 Representative
  • Councilwoman Stacie Gilmore, City Council District 11 Representative
  • Sarai Williams, Community Representative
  • Tammy Mulligan, DenUM Service Provider Representative
  • Vacancy

 

Related Documents

WRB Ordinance

 

Agendas and Minutes

The agenda is available one or two days before each meeting. If you are a citizen and wish to comment, please arrive at least 10 minutes before the meeting to sign-up to speak. You will be given three minutes to share your comments with the board at the beginning of the meeting. The public comments session is limited to five speakers based on a first come, first served basis.

If the board is considering a policy change, the public is also able to comment about that change before the board votes. To request a copy of the proposed policy change or to receive the agenda, send an email to Ginger.Abeyta@denvergov.org.

Persons not able to attend a Welfare Reform Board meeting but who wish to make a public comment may forward a written comment to:

Welfare Reform Board

Denver Human Services
Richard T. Castro Center
1200 Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204
Attn: Ginger Abeyta

Any members of the public attending the meeting should check in at the security desk on the first.

The Denver Welfare Reform Board has the full authority and power to promulgate and adopt any policies, rules or regulations pertaining to the functions, duties, and responsibilities of the Denver Department of Human Services related to welfare reform consistent with State and Federal Law.

 

UPCOMING MEETINGS

CONTACT US
 

Welfare Reform Board
 
Denver Human Service
Richard T. Castro Center
1200 Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80204
 
Ginger Abeyta, Staff Contact
720-944-2678
 

Todd Jorgensen, Deputy Executive Director
Assistance Division
720-944-3035
todd.jorgensen@denvergov.org

 

 

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