Articles By Jennifer Brown
Gov. John Hickenlooper has managed to end his term with the same state director of human services he appointed eight years ago, a rarity nationally
An LGBT organization is also on alert for a rise in harassment in Colorado
“An ugly scenario:” For-profit health corporation to shut down midwifery practices in Denver, Aurora
The two practices serve mostly inner-city, poor mothers and refugees
A jury acquitted Clarence Moses-EL of rape after 28 years in prison. But is that enough for him to be repaid for his time behind bars?
Colorado law creates a high burden for winning compensation following a wrongful conviction
One in eight Denver residents is clinically depressed and most aren’t getting treatment, new study says
Public health officials in Denver used electronic records, surveys to pinpoint how many in the city are depressed
City Council's ordinance is contingent on state legislation, and flouts federal law
Denver city councilman, state lawmaker revive plans for safe injection site, in spite of federal law
Drug overdoses kill more people than firearms in Denver and a Colorado state lawmaker calls opioid addiction the “greatest public health crisis of our time”
A haircut, a wound check, a bath for the dog: One-stop Denver delivery of homeless services reveals the depth and breadth of urban transience
More than 1,000 came for jobs, haircuts, housing and lunch
Colorado set up its mental health crisis system four years ago in response to a mass shooting. It’s about to transform.
State officials say the transformation will increase services and improve mobile response. But the contractors running the system since it began predict uncoordinated “hodgepodge.”