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Colorado Center on Law and Policy is a non-partisan, not-for-profit advocacy organization dedicated to the vision that every Coloradan should have what they need to succeed.

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Our Focus Areas

We focus on securing access to food, health, housing and income to build a more equitable state.

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Food

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Health

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Housing

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Income

Our Tools

Through research and policy analysis, legislative and legal advocacy and coalition building, we remove barriers that prevent Coloradans from meeting their basic needs and becoming self-sufficient.

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Research & Policy Analysis

We inform the policy dialogue by understanding Coloradans’ challenges and identifying solutions.

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Legislative Advocacy

We build support for policies that make a difference for families with low incomes.

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Legal Advocacy

We pursue legal action when the system fails those who lack resources.

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Coalition Building

We nourish and cultivate strong and effective partnerships throughout Colorado.

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Support us

We depend on support from individuals to help us improve economic security and access to health care.

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Colorado Skills2Compete

Obtaining the basic skills needed to pursue training and education

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