CDHS working to keep Trails users better informed of changes

February 1, 2019

Published February 1, 2019.

The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) launches a weekly newsletter to keep Trails users better informed of changes being made, as well as technically issues. 
Trails users will receive weekly updates from the Department through this newsletter regarding:  

  • Trails Modernization releases, 
  • future testing, 
  • future releases, 
  • tips and tricks for working in Trails, 
  • workarounds to technical issues and 
  • current issues.

Trails Newsletter Archive

How do I subscribe to this newsletter?

New Trails users will be added by CDHS on an ongoing basis. Critical information from the Department and the Colorado Office of Information Technology will be distributed to all Trails users through this subscribers list. If you are a Trails users or an administrator that needs to stay informed and not currently receiving the newsletter, please email 

For more information on "Trails", Colorado’s case management system that tracks child abuse and neglect cases, provider licenses, children and youth in the youth services system, foster and adoptive services, read the blog series on Trails or visit the Colorado Child Welfare Training System Trails Resource Center.

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