The Colorado Center on Law and Policy’s Family Economic Security Program seeks to reduce the number of Coloradans living in poverty by promoting economic security through the following strategies:
- Monitoring policies and programs that improve access to resources that give every Coloradan the opportunity to work toward economic stability and security.
- Educating state leaders and communities on the importance of helping Coloradans on the road to economic self-sufficiency through the use of critical tools and resources.
- Providing research to inform Colorado businesses, governments and communities on the progress Colorado is making in its poverty reduction efforts.
Formerly the Economic Self-Sufficiency Program, the program name changed in February 2011 to reflect a broader agenda.