Serving Colorado's Counties

Services

CTSI manages three pools created by and for the counties of Colorado. 

The County Health Pool (CHP) was formed to meet the counties’ employee benefits needs.

The County Workers' Compensation Pool (CWCP) addresses risk that counties take on in the workplace. 

The Colorado Counties Casualty and Property Pool (CAPP) meets the coverage needs of counties with regard to property, vehicles, and liability issues.

Learn more about the history of the pools in the About CTSI section.

To find out detailed information on each pool please click on the pool you would like more information about.

Colorado counties rely on CTSI for high-quality insurance products, cutting-edge loss prevention, superior communications, and outstanding technical and consulting services tailored to meet their need. 

CTSI offers a wide range of products and services, including:

  • Management consulting services
  • Risk management
  • Loss control services
  • COBRA and HIPAA administration
  • CTSI Grant and Centralized Administrative Services
  • Workers’ compensation insurance (through County Workers’ Compensation Pool)
  • Property and liability insurance (through Colorado Counties Casualty and Property Pool)
  • Health care coverage (through the County Health Pool)
  • Grant writing and county administration services
  • Ancillary insurance programs
  • Health Awareness Newsletter
  • Employment practices consultation
  • Technical Updates on legal and regulatory issues
  • Workers’ compensation claims processing
  • Property and liability claims processing
  • Information on rules, regulations, and requirements
  • Latest case law affecting county practices
  • Salary surveys
  • Human resources personnel training
  • CTSI newsletter specific to county issues
  • Third-party claims administration services for self-insured governmental entities
  • Claim consultation and review services
  • Review of county policies and practices
  • Lease/Purchase financial program to meet county needs regarding equipment and buildings
  • Health, safety, and regulatory training for elected officials and county employees
  • A library of references books and videos and other training aids
  • Review of proposed building plans

And Much More...

News & Updates

Technical Update 2 - Increase in Unemployment Fraud

Many of our counties and county employees have reported receiving fraudulent unemployment claim forms. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) has seen a spike in fraudulent claims since Christmas when the federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program ended on December 26th. Recent legislation has since extended these benefits by 11 weeks.  Fraudsters who […]

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Technical Update 1 - Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act is in Effect

The Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act went into effect on January 1, 2021. Enacted in 2019, the Equal Pay Act contains several parts and is designed to protect against wage discrimination based on sex, prohibits employers from asking job applicants about their salary history, and requires employers to disclose compensation and promotion information. […]

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December: Keeping Your New Year's Resolution
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Technical Update 62 - Colorado's Minimum Wage Supersedes Current Federal Minimum Wage

In November 2016, Colorado citizens voted for Amendment 70, which raises the state minimum wage. The minimum wage is the lowest wage that can be paid to most workers under the law. Since July 24, 2009, the federal minimum wage for covered nonexempt employees is $7.25 per hour. The federal minimum wage provisions are contained […]

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Technical Update 61 - Winter Weather Can Damage County Property

As winter approaches and temperatures drop, it is an excellent time to look at county buildings for areas that could be damaged by freezing temperatures and snowy weather such as roofs, gutters, and pipes. Ice Dams Ice dams occur when water freezes near the edge of a roof or around drains and prevents melting snow […]

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