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Colorado Community Health Centers
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Community Health Centers play a major role in Colorado’s economy, contributing at least $1.7B in economic activity, providing thousands of health care careers, as well as health care access, to communities that would not otherwise have them. Read the Public News Service story
Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) announced its annual awards for Community Health Champions and Advocates, people who support the work of Colorado Community Health Centers (CHCs) and the people they serve, during its 2023 Policy and Issues Forum on Feb. 15. Read about them here.
New value-and-impact analysis shows that Colo. Community Health Centers contribute at least $1.7 billion in economic activity to Colorado’s economy, providing thousands of health care careers, as well as health care access, to communities that would not otherwise have them. Read about it here.
CCHN’s 2023 Winter Newsletter is now available. Read stories about new openings, well-deserved awards, the importance of this year’s legislative session, and more.
Tepeyac Community Health Center, which started in a two-bedroom home in the 90s, and has grown to serve almost 4,000 patients a year – is now expanding to a larger location. Read the story from 5280 Magazine.
Here is a list of resources for individuals and for Community Health Centers to prepare for and survive extreme cold weather.