Yesterday, Congress passed a short-term continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government open and funded through Dec. 22.
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This week, tens of thousands of Colorado families who use the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in Colorado to access quality, affordable health care for their children were given notice that the program will end in January 2018 if Congress does not act to extend […]
Coloradans now have access to a new source of information on how well babies and young children are being screened for developmental milestones—and how we compare to other states reporting on similar services. Information released in November shows Colorado is performing in the top half of states.
The Colorado Health Foundation offers the fifth workshop in the ongoing learning series, Advocating for Impact: Legal Advocacy and Strategic Litigation on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
If Congress doesn’t act by tomorrow to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), our health coverage gains for Colorado kids will be in serious jeopardy.
As House Republicans pass a tax reform bill, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) remains a higher priority according to the November Kaiser Health Tracking Poll.
We know that food insecurity, a condition where individuals or families lack access to sufficient food because of limited resources, is a real and pressing issue for hundreds of thousands of Colorado families.
What are the unique barriers facing children of color in Denver in living healthy lives? How can communities learn more about the historical background of these barriers? What can individuals do to advocate for better health outcome for all kids? We’ll tackle these questions and […]