Overview of The Colorado Trust's Health Professions effort designed to increase the number of primary, dental and mental health care professionals, as well as pharmacists—especially for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and in rural areas.
Highlights include an interview with Arja P. Adair, President and CEO of the Colorado Foundation for Medical Care (The Trust’s coordinating agency for its Colorado 100k Lives Campaign), as well as grantee news and an update on The Trust’s Equality in Health initiative. Announcements include the availability of the evaluation report summary of The Trust’s Palliative Care effort, the Colorado Childhood Immunization Rates: Policy and Practice white paper and The Trust’s 2004 Annual Report.
Conducted by the National Research Center, this evaluation provides an overview of the initiative's range of after-school programs, a summary of the findings and discussion of the outcomes. Overall, findings show that youth reported improvements in their positive life choices, sense of self, core values, cultural competency, life skills, community involvement and academic success as a result of participating in the after-school programs.
Preliminary evaluation findings on The Colorado Trust's After-School Initiative, including demographic information on the young people served, the different types of after-school programs, outcomes data, youth satisfaction with the programs and how the youth say they’re changing as a result of these programs. Preliminary, mid-initiative findings of the five-year effort are promising: more than 6,000 youth participate in the 32 after-school programs across the state, and most of these 4th- through 9th-graders say the programs are making a positive difference in their lives.
Provides information about the consequences of bullying activities and an overview of The Colorado Trust's statewide Bullying Prevention initiative. Inserts provide additional information, including online bullying prevention resources and a list of The Trust's Bullying Prevention grantees.
Summarizes evaluation results of a three-and-a-half-year initiative designed to improve palliative care in Colorado communities.
Barbara Coloroso, author of The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander, headlines this newsletter edition announcing The Trust’s Bullying Prevention initiative. Other articles highlight The Trust’s Health Professions initiative and Colorado 100k Lives Campaign, as well as the availability of Smart Chart, an online communications planning tool.
This special 20th anniversary Annual Report features a timeline highlighting major accomplishments, along with grantmaking and financial information for 2004.
An overview of the work and the grantees of The Colorado Trust's Preventing Suicide in Colorado initiative.
An interactive, searchable database of all of The Trust’s publications from its 30 years of serving Coloradans.