This six-page summary provides key highlights from the 2003 report The Status of Mental Health Care in Colorado.
Provides comprehensive documentation and analysis of the state's public and private mental health system. TriWest researched and prepared the report on behalf of the Mental Health Funders Collaborative, which included Caring for Colorado Foundation, The Colorado Trust, Daniels Fund, The Denver Foundation, First Data Western Union Foundation, HealthONE Alliance, Rose Community Foundation and Rose Women's Organization.
Evaluation highlights of The Colorado Trust's Interconception Health Promotion Initiative at Denver Health Medical Center, including several significant findings about working with high-risk maternity populations.
Describes the foundation's mission and reports on initiatives funded by The Trust.
Describes how people across Colorado are working to promote the positive development of youth through the assets framework.
A brief summary of the evaluation that describes how people across Colorado are working to promote the positive development of youth through the assets framework.
An overview of the technical assistance offered to grantees under The Colorado Trust's Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Families Initiative (SIRFI). Lessons learned and recommendations for other organizations offering technical assistance also are detailed within this report. The Organizational Assessment Process, a tool developed to help identify, design and deliver the appropriate technical assistance to SIRFI grantees, is included in the report.
This report shows the feasibility of gathering outcome data at the client level of The Colorado Trust's Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Families Initiative, and what the requirements and strategies of such an evaluation might be. The publication details the findings and recommendations of the feasibility study.
Describes projects of The Trust's Colorado Healthy Communities Initiative—including differing levels of success—and analyzes the differences between successful versus less successful projects, and active versus inactive projects over a decade.
As Colorado's population continues to become more ethnically diverse, The Colorado Trust believes that evaluators need additional tools so that they can employ appropriate strategies, gather valid data across diverse groups of people and show sensitivity to the diverse populations being served. This report is a summary of two workshops that focused on providing evaluators with these tools.
An interactive, searchable database of all of The Trust’s publications from its 30 years of serving Coloradans.