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.
An independent evaluation was conducted by the National Research Center, Inc. to determine whether providing technical assistance to build the capacity of grantee organizations helped to improve their ability to serve seniors. Grantees reported program-level outcomes, and the evaluation examined associations between these outcomes and increased organizational capacity.
Funding to strengthen HCPF staff, planning, outreach and public education efforts to support the development and implementation of health care system improvements in Colorado. As well, through the Colorado Governor's Building Blocks to Health Care Reform and Executive Order D 005 08, the establishment of the Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC) to identify and pursue strategies for quality improvement, cost containment and improved population health.
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.