Our Focus Areas
We focus on securing access to food, health, housing and income to build a more equitable state.
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.
We inform the policy dialogue by understanding Coloradans’ challenges and identifying solutions.
We build support for policies that make a difference for families with low incomes.
We pursue legal action when the system fails those who lack resources.
We nourish and cultivate strong and effective partnerships throughout Colorado.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (or SNAP) serves more than 40 million people in the U.S. - making it the largest and most comprehensive source of food assistance for Americans experiencing poverty. Yet many government administrators, case workers,...
CCLP's Allison Neswood, Esq., explains the new federal public charge rules and how they affect Colorado's immigrant families in this 58-minute webinar. We have applied for one CLE credit for this session. [button newwindow="yes"...
Published by CCLP, the 2020 State of Working Colorado is a compendium of data designed to look beyond traditional state-level economic indicators of prosperity and provide a critical, in-depth perspective of how working families are faring in our state, including...
This eight-page document reflects the effectiveness and hard work of our staff, Board of Directors and community partners throughout 2019-20. It includes an overview on our progress in issues pertaining to food, health, housing and income, measurable results...
We depend on support from individuals to help us improve economic security and access to health care.
Obtaining the basic skills needed to pursue training and education