In Good Health

The Colorado Health Foundation’s blog is designed to share perspectives, personal stories and what we are learning in our efforts to ensure that, across Colorado, each of us can say: “We have all we need to live healthy lives.”

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Harsh realities of our world were heard so loudly over the past two years they could no longer be muted: The deep inequities experienced in communities of color and only deepened by the pandemic; the harms of upholding a status quo that only benefit some; and the dysfunction of “business as usual” in a new and unfolding context. A clear...


Poet, author and civil rights activist Maya Angelou said, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” We've been considering these words of wisdom as we unpack how our approach must continue to evolve.

The year 2020 taught us that we could do things differently. It revealed that to do things differently...

Foundation Evolution

As we embark on a new year and continue to face the collective turmoil of uncertain times, let’s take a moment to honor the many we have lost and others who are today suffering or experiencing trauma. 

Once you’re ready, I’d like to spend some time thinking about our relationship with change, and how we can harness it to transform...

Health Equity
Karen McNeil-Miller
Foundation Evolution

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At The Colorado Health Foundation, we are committed to listening to Coloradans across the state to understand what issues affect their health, and Pulse, our annual poll, helps us do just that. One of the things we consistently hear: significant numbers of Coloradans are struggling with mental and emotional challenges.

In 2021, Pulse found that 55%...

Pulse Poll
Mental Health
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