The number of Colorado kids without health insurance hit an all-time low of four percent last year, according to new analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families.View Press Coverage
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As a trusted source of expertise and data about children in Colorado, the Colorado Children’s Campaign is frequently cited in news stories statewide, increasing the visibility of issues affecting the health, education, and wellbeing of children in Colorado. Please read through the following articles to learn more about important issues affecting Colorado children.
Although the strategies we are using to cultivate early childhood innovation are new for us, GCI has always been open to testing new approaches to solving problems, including incubating some of Denver’s most influential nonprofits like the Colorado Children’s Campaign, the Denver Preschool Program and the Urban Land Conservancy.View Press Coverage
When you work in public health, programs that substantially improve the health and well-being for thousands are the gold standard. This is especially true when the beneficiaries are kids, who all deserve a healthy start, and pregnant women, who are helping to launch the next generation.View Press Coverage
Montezuma County’s poverty rate for children under age 18 climbed to 29 percent in 2015, though the poverty rate for the rest of Colorado fell, according to the 2017 Kids Count study.View Press Coverage
Colorado’s high schools can again sell diet pop to students after the State Board of Education voted to lift a seven-year ban in a contentious meeting featuring some rowdy parent protestors Wednesday.View Press Coverage