The conclusion of grant funding for the Advancing Breastfeeding in Colorado (ABC) project gives us an opportunity to reflect and celebrate with our partners.
As the understanding of what drives health outcomes has expanded over the past few decades, our work has grown to encompass the social factors that influence health, and leadership is one of those factors.
Community members across the state are working toward a Colorado where all people have access to affordable, healthy food in their communities. Achieving this vision requires making changes to our food systems at the local, state, and federal levels. Special guests from the Blueprint to End Hunger and the Pueblo Food Project discuss food insecurity in Colorado with CHI.
This year, Pride comes at a critical time, but the work doesn't end with Pride month. We explore the challenges that the LGBTQ+ community faces in their pursuit of equal rights and discuss ways we can all contribute to a more inclusive and accepting society.
CHI has added Recite Me to its website, enhancing accessibility for readers.
Colorado’s youth face unprecedented mental health challenges. It's hard to know where to start fixing the problem. The Colorado Health Institute and Gary Community Ventures have reviewed the state's mental health system to find most urgent gaps to fill.
Drug overdoses have been increasing both in Colorado and across the U.S. for years. Across the political spectrum, Colorado legislators want to respond to the overdose epidemic. The state’s response has become a contest between two schools of thought — criminalization of drugs and harm reduction.
Metro Denver Partnership for Health Ambassador Programs are reaching communities where traditional public health outreach efforts have been less effective.
Colorado’s climate has gotten hotter, and it will heat up more due to human-caused global warming.
Dashboards, Disaggregation, Democratization