February 2015 | The Butler Institute for Families, Graduate School of Social Work, University of Denver

Operation Access Evaluation Report

The State of Colorado received a three-year federal grant to improve child support services for military families. El Paso County was chosen as the pilot site due to its large military population on four installations.  This project, known as Operation Access, was designed to improve collaboration and communication between the local child support services office and military installations. This report serves as the final evaluation of El Paso County’s military outreach and services. The research was conducted by the Division of Child Support Services with the Colorado Department of Human Services.


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