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Addressing Community Health Needs
At the Colorado Health Foundation, we are helping Coloradans live their healthiest lives by advancing opportunities to pursue good health and achieve health equity. How do we do it? We support impactful work in and across four focus areas that are critical to improving health in Colorado, including:
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Thursday, May 20 | The Hate Stops Here: Addressing Anti-Asian Acts
As we continue to explore what it will take to create a new, more equitable normal, join Karen McNeil-Miller, president and CEO of The Colorado Health Foundation, on Thursday, May 20 (Noon – 1:30 p.m. MT) for a conversation about complexities within the AAPI communities and what we can all do to curb the rise of discrimination and support their health and well-being.
Colorado’s Roadmap to a New Normal: Policies to Advance Health, Well-being and Equity in 2021
While the year 2020 may be in our rear view, its impacts will last far beyond the page turn of the calendar. There has been much talk of “going back to normal.” At The Colorado Health Foundation, we believe that we can’t simply “go back to normal,” because that would continue to leave health and well-being out of reach for many of us in Colorado. To help focus decision-makers at the federal, state and local levels of government, our team has identified a list of policy recommendations they can implement to advance health, well-being and equity in 2021.
Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll
Coloradans interviewed, August 5 – 24, 2020 through our new annual poll.
Better health for all Coloradans starts with listening. That's why we created Pulse, an annual poll to hear the perspectives and priorities from every corner of Colorado.