The Colorado Trust
Mountain communities are notorious for accessibility barriers, particularly for people with impaired mobility, advocate says. “People live in these communities, become disabled and then leave.”
A cartoonish Native American towering over Durango has divided the city. Should “the chief” stay or go?By Nancy Lofholm Culture Primary category in which blog post is published
Unsheltered and expecting: A southwest Colorado couple could lose their children if they don’t find housing
Living at Purple Cliffs near Durango has kept them safe from coronavirus, but without running water, the county-sanctioned encampment isn't shelter enough to satisfy agencies charged with protecting children.
The economic shutdown related to COVID-19 has complicated the lives of Colorado people with disabilities, who find their routines upset, their jobs at risk and their quest for affordable, accessible housing more difficult.
Kids from toddler-age on up are wrestling with unfamiliar stressors created by the coronavirus. Experts say the way adults behave can set an example that lasts a lifetime -- for better or for worse.
Colorado’s system of 52 school-based health centers has grown into a crucial element of overall population health, delivering more than 100,000 visits last school year.
Colorado college students, upended by coronavirus, are worried about food, housing and their education
Relief agencies are struggling to meet demand while other organizations furlough workers and rethink critical fundraising events. The Denver Dumb Friends League's Furry Scurry hopes to lure 10,000 people to a virtual dog walk on May 2.
5 weeks into Colorado’s coronavirus crisis, state health officials begin to request patient demographic details
Missing such data means lost opportunity to direct resources, alter treatment guidelines where inequities appear, and design control and prevention strategies, advocates say.
Colorado wants to ensure coronavirus won’t affect low-income, minority communities disproportionately
Past research on pandemics show inequities by race, ethnicity and income groups in everything from the level of exposure to the pathogen, to health care outcomes
Colorado’s uninsured rate is holding steady, but a new study shows troubling trends in the state’s health care market
More people are covered under employer plans, but affordability is a growing problem