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Colorado Community Health Centers
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Colorado Community Health Centers tapped to deliver 20% of the state’s vaccine supply for people age 70 and older. View or listen to the interview from Public News Service.
All CHC staff are invited to take the Readiness to Train Assessment Tool (RTAT) to help determine was developed to help CHCs determine a readiness to build a stronger workforce and more successful health professions education and training programs. All CHC staff are encouraged to complete the Readiness to Train Assessment Tool (RTAT) and share your opinion about your CHC’s work in this area. Any CHC staff member can respond about any type of training or education efforts for any type of health care discipline. The RTAT can be completed online or via phone and takes 15-25 minutes to complete. CCHN greatly needs your input!
Colorado Community Health Centers are doing amazing work helping communities through this public health emergency. Please support your local Community Health Center. To find out how, visit their websites: go here for a list.
CCHN’s office continues to be closed and staff continue to work remotely through March 31, 2021, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. CCHN’s staff is providing uninterrupted support to our member Community Health Centers in all areas, but particularly related to COVID-19. We are participating in the needed effort around social distancing because our work as an association can happen remotely.
We are in awe and deep gratitude for the work of every member of the staff at Community Health Centers. Thank you for what each of you is doing during this turbulent time.