Our health is affected by so much more than what happens in the doctor’s office.
A complex web of factors, including economic status, access to food, housing, employment, environment, child care, and education, shapes the health of individuals and communities. We bring our analytic, place-based approach to examining the policies, practices, and trends affecting these social factors. We work with partners across the state to identify disparities and challenges that need to be addressed and to develop strategies and approaches that are helping to build a more equitable, healthier Colorado.
What We Can Do
- Policy analysis
- Needs assessments
- Strategic planning
- Program evaluation
- Outcomes-based facilitation
- Colorado Trust Health Equity Advocacy Cohort
- Colorado Office of Early Childhood
- The Denver Foundation
Global Issue, Local Risk
CHI’s Health and Climate Index Identifies Colorado’s Most Vulnerable Regions
A Vision of Housing Security, Health and Opportunity
A Rapid Increase in Housing Prices is Straining Many Colorado Households
Colorado Shines Brighter
Opportunities for Colorado’s Early Childhood System
Making a Home for Health
Supporting Health by Putting Housing First
Catalyst or Challenge?
COVID-19 Proved Denver Can Have Clean Air. But Can We Keep It?
An Uneven Burden: Food Insecurity in Colorado
By Promoting Equitable Access to Affordable, Nutritious Food, Policymakers and Community Leaders Have the Power to Advance Health Equity in Colorado