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 237 results
Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) – Outreach Specialist
2008 to 2010

Supported a new HCPF staff position, increasing outreach to and enrollment of children who are eligible for but not enrolled in Medicaid or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+).

Colorado Covering Kids & Families (Colorado Community Health Network)

Supported a comprehensive Colorado Community Health Network review of administrative and policy options to simplify and streamline Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) eligibility and enrollment process, including opportunities to reduce barriers based on federal policies and successful practices in other states.

Expanding Outreach and Enrollment for Children & Youth
2008 to 2012

Using innovative, community-based, multi-ethnic outreach strategies, 19 grantees worked to identify and enroll eligible but uninsured children and youth in Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+). Grantees represented county-coordinated collaborations; after-school programs; clinics; agencies serving low-income families, homeless families and abused children; a school district; and an affordable housing provider. Several grantees also participated in a Trust-funded evaluation conducted by the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center to assess program effectiveness and identify models for replication. Learn more.

2008 to 2011

Supported Colorado non-federally qualified health centers to build their administrative and service capacity in order to secure additional public funding, thereby enabling them to serve more children and low-income working families, particularly in parts of the state where these clinics are the only option for care.

Colorado Children's Healthcare Access Program
2008 to 2013

Provided support services that enable and encourage private pediatric and family practices to devote at least 10% of their practice to publicly insured children, including an enhanced reimbursement program that CCHAP offers in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, Rocky Mountain Health Plans and Colorado Access that promotes and rewards comprehensive preventive health care. Learn more.

Colorado Health Outcomes Program (University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center)

Conducted a review of Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) claims data to compare costs, utilization and outcomes for children seen by a Colorado Children's Healthcare Access Practice to those for children in unassigned Medicaid fee-for-service care in order to strengthen efforts to expand medical homes to Colorado Medicaid patients.

Early Childhood Health Integration
2008 to 2014

Supported Colorado's network of Early Childhood Councils—community-based collaboratives that connect children and families to resources and quality services in early care and education, health, mental health and family support—to better integrate health services and systems into their local early childhood system development efforts. Learn more.

Expanding Children's Access to Health Care
2008 to 2011

Expanded the ability of 14 community health clinics and local public health agencies to provide timely preventive, primary, oral and behavioral health care for children in medically underserved areas. Learn more.

Office of the Colorado First Lady
2008 to 2009

Provided leadership and promoted collaboration to address community-specific behavioral health concerns; diminished the stigma of mental illness through greater awareness and understanding; increased early detection and treatment, and improved overall behavioral health outcomes for Coloradans.

The Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics
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.