Advocacy was imperative to The Colorado Trust's vision of achieving access to health for all Coloradans. Yet conducting effective advocacy, and implementing an effective advocacy funding strategy and evaluation, proved challenging.
In the past decade, a number of national efforts have endeavored to increase enrollment of eligible children and families in public health insurance programs, but enrolling this population continues to be a struggle due to systemic barriers at the
The Colorado Trust's 2011 Annual Report highlights the year's grant strategies and grantees, including personal stories of grantees and those they serve.
Foundations are increasingly investing in advocacy as a way to achieve policy change.
This publication briefly highlights results of the evaluation of The Colorado Trust's Equality in Health initiative.
This case study examines the efforts of the West Central Public Health Partnership.
This brief highlights findings from the 2011 Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS) about emergency department use in Colorado.
This report presents findings from the evaluation of four Partnerships for Health initiative grantees that were addressing access to health in their communities through the fo
This appendices contains a full description of the data collection methods (Appendix A) and the complete case studies (Appendix B) for the four Partnerships for Health initiat
This brief highlights findings from the 2011 Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS) about access to dental insurance and oral health care in Colorado.