By serving Coloradans who have less power, privilege and income, and by prioritizing Coloradans of color, we keep equity at the heart of our work to bring health in reach.
Maintain Healthy Bodies
Expand benefits to additional Colorado counties that require resources for numerous tasks including community coalition building, data analytics, provider and carrier negotiations, actuarial services and implementation. The conversations with community leaders will start with those in Routt County and members of the Eastern Plains Hospital Consortium.
Use play and recreational activities to unite the student and staff population of the Dual Immersion Academy community and to grow stronger.
Renovate the Eads PreK-8 playground, replacing the outdated and unsafe equipment with new amenities and open space that will enhance the playground's role as a community hub and gathering space for all community members of Eads and surrounding areas.
Rebuild and strengthen Team-Based Care (TBC) foundations for Every Child Pediatrics' traditional clinics and four school-based health centers in Aurora Public Schools. With technical assistance support, develop effective TBC models that allow expansion of access to care, increased care delivery efficiencies, effectively address SDoH and increased job satisfaction.
Relocate and expand the Kids First Health Care main pediatric clinic to the newly created Commerce City Community Campus (C4), a co-located network of supportive service agencies. The new medical director, new behavioral health practitioner and other staff will work to maximize the clinic's team-based design to deliver integrated care and partnerships with other C4 agencies, and will extend the team-based model to include coordinated client access to a variety of other child and family services.
Implement the team-based care model at the Mt. San Rafael Hospital Clinic focusing on communication management, improving care through teamwork, enhancing access, population management and behavioral health integration.
Help to develop the PCMH and team-based care process and train staff.
Improve integration of CHN's statewide Behavioral Health Counseling, medical and oral healthcare clinics in order to increase client engagement and retention in care. Support one full-time Behavioral Health Clinician at CHN's Pueblo office and to provide clinical staff with associated continuing education, training and travel expenses.
Support the Playworks Coach Relay program in 31-35 Aurora Public elementary schools to help increase health equity through play that fosters social emotional skills, vigorous physical activity and a more positive school climate.