Maintain Healthy Bodies

This funding opportunity is designed to improve the capacity of clinics to serve more Coloradans of color with high-quality, comprehensive team-based primary care centered on patients’ preferences, needs and values. It will provide shovel-ready capital funding to safety net practices in Colorado.

CATCH K-8th grade

Administer the CATCH program. The four components of CATCH have been designed and developed to work together as a coordinated school health program that supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Coordinated School Health Model.

Goals for Your Health

Offer out-of-school time programming for at-risk children and teens to out of school activities, access healthy food, and engage in indoor and outdoor public spaces that encourage kids to be physically active, reduce obesity and increase health and wellness.

Bringing Exercise and Nutrition to Rural Northeastern Colorado's Low-Income Families

Engage low-income children, teens, and their families in regular physical activities in a positive, safe environment during FRC's Game Plan for Success Youth Programs in rural Colorado. In addition, improve availability of healthy food to vulnerable and under-served populations in northeastern Colorado by operating a refrigerated fresh produce unit in partnership with Food Bank of the Rockies.

West End CATCH Kids Club After-School and Summer Programs

Deliver the Coordinated Approach to Childhood Health (CATCH) Out of School program after school for one hour four days a week for a minimum of 26 weeks during the school year. In the summer, WEFLC provides the CATCH summer program for two hours a day, three days a week for a minimum of five weeks.

EUREKA! Exercises Bodies and Brains!

Expand current after school Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math program to include 45 daily minutes of physical activity, and an increased focus on personal wellness through STEAM education.

Anderson Park Nature Play Area Phase II

Implement phase II construction of the elementary school student-driven Anderson Park Nature Play Area, which saw phase I completed in 2020. Phase II includes a star-shaped labyrinth, an ADA-access ramp and path, a raised deck for the outdoor classroom, bilingual informational and land acknowledgement signage, additional landscaping, horticulture, and forestry work and a grand opening event.