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Organizational Integrity

The Organizational Integrity Division supports operational effectiveness for the Department of Human Services divisions and staff.   This goal is accomplished through facilitating technology needs; conducting investigations of suspected public assistance misuse; leading client appeals and administering local level hearings; managing incoming and outgoing mail; partnering with IdentoGO for DHS and public fingerprinting needs; issuing public assistance benefits and collecting client payments; and coordinating the safety effort through security guard administration and participation in the Safety Roundtables.

Civil Rights and Discrimination Complaints

Civil Rights and Discrimination Complaints

Please direct any civil rights complaints or discrimination complaints to Carrie Becker at (970) 400-6680 or Telecom Relay Service 7-1-1.

IdentoGO - Fingerprinting Services


Weld County Department of Human Services partnered with IdentoGO®, on behalf of the State of Colorado, to provide fingerprinting services for employment and background checks through the new Colorado Applicant Background Service (CABS) program.

Click here for additional information.

Integrity and Appeals

The hearings and appeals unit is responsible for assisting human services clients with any disputes regarding program eligibility. This can include informal conferences and hearings about Public Assistance benefits, such as Food, Financial and Medical programs. They can answer appeal questions but do not offer legal advice.

For more information please email

Click here to submit a Child Welfare Complaint.

Click here to submit an Employment Services Complaint.


Early Intervention

The early intervention investigator will  assist the eligibility technician in reviewing any questionable information, ensuring eligibility is correct going forward and educating clients as necessary. They will also review any new fraud referrals to determine if there is  client or staff error and forward any cases to Ongoing Investigations if further research is warranted.

Ongoing Investigations

Ongoing Investigations will conduct an in-depth review of the case history to determine if the client has reported correctly in determining their eligibility. Analyze all information and compare it to eligibility rules, statutes, and any other policies. Once a determination has been made, investigations will provide a recommendation for the appropriate manner of resolution.

Click here to report Welfare Fraud.


Greeley Main Campus Office

Street Address:
315 N. 11th Ave
Greeley, CO 80631

​Mailing Address:
PO Box A
Greeley, CO 80632

Phone: (970) 352-1551
Telecom Relay Service (TRS): Dial 7-1-1

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Justin Allar

Division Head

Phone: (970) 400-6006


Phone: (970) 400-6680

Fax: (970) 400-6685

Investigations Referral Line

Phone: (970) 400-6014