Search our online database to find details on beneficiaries of major grants, funding strategies and more, dating back to 1992, or download the database here. A few select grant types, such as sponsorships, are not included here; complete grant listings are available in our federal tax returns. While we continue to translate all of these entries into Spanish, please note that some of this information is currently available only in English.Showing 10 of 218 results
Office of the Colorado Governor
$445,280
2007 to 2012

Supported a staff position in the Colorado Governor's Policy Office to assist with the implementation of laws that will increase access to health for all Coloradans.

The Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics
$900,000
2008 to 2011

Supported Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics in bringing consistent primary, mental and dental health care to children in their communities—particularly for families that have difficulty accessing health care through the traditional system—through clinics, mobile health care vans that serve rural and metro-area counties, and by establishing and servicing new school-based health centers.

Colorado Area Health Education Centers (University of Colorado Foundation)
$3,000,000
2008 to 2012

The Colorado AHECs and the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center are working to encourage rural and underserved high school students to explore health profession careers. The AHECs are also administering a health care scholars program to graduate students in health professions education and training who opt to practice in rural or other underserved sites. Most significantly, this grant developed and supported a multidisciplinary curriculum and training program for rural track health professions students.

Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence
$1,200,000
2008 to 2011

Supported the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence in building the state's health professions workforce through the Nursing Faculty Retention and Recruitment Program, including a nursing faculty educational loan repayment program.

Colorado Health Institute - Health Professions Database
$330,000
2008 to 2011

Supported the Colorado Health Institute in building the statewide Health Professions Database to ensure that programs and policies are data-driven and can more strategically address Colorado's provider shortage. Also developed an inventory of health professions academic programs and workforce initiatives in Colorado; as well as conducted workforce, scopes of care, and supply and demand studies.

Colorado Health Professions Workforce Policy Collaborative
$510,000
2008 to 2012

Managed by the Colorado Rural Health Center, the Collaborative convened policy leaders, health care providers, educational institutions, and economic development and workforce planning authorities to collectively establish a strategic public policy framework for Colorado to advance health professions workforce priorities to address the shortage of providers and strengthen the health care system.

Nurse Workforce and Patient Care Task Force (Colorado Hospital Association)
$35,000
2008

Supported the Colorado Hospital Association in developing standards and processes to measure and disclose nurses' contribution to the quality of patient care in licensed health care facilities, pursuant to Executive Order B 002 07.

Advancing Colorado's Mental Health Care
$4,100,000
2005 to 2011

A joint effort of The Trust, Colorado Health Foundation, Caring for Colorado Foundation and The Denver Foundation to support human services agencies, mental health care providers and others to improve the integration and coordination of mental health services with physical health care so that people can be treated with the services they need most, regardless of where they seek care. Learn more.

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