SNAP-Shot: A Primer to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Recorded Webinar)

SNAP-Shot: A Primer to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Recorded Webinar)

Lived Experience Project

Lived Experience Project

2020 State of Working Colorado

2020 State of Working Colorado

CCLP’s 2019-20 Annual Report

CCLP’s 2019-20 Annual Report

Issue Brief: Congress Must Extend Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Issue Brief: Congress Must Extend Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Budget Cuts and Health Access

Budget Cuts and Health Access

Public Charge: Facts and Fiction

Public Charge: Facts and Fiction

Issue Brief: What’s Causing Colorado’s Decline in Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment?

Issue Brief: What’s Causing Colorado’s Decline in Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment?

CCLP’s 2018-19 Annual Report

CCLP’s 2018-19 Annual Report

Deductible Affordability for Colorado’s Working-Age Families

Deductible Affordability for Colorado’s Working-Age Families

The Working Families Tax Credit Policy Paper

The Working Families Tax Credit Policy Paper

State of Working Colorado 2018

State of Working Colorado 2018

Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2018

Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2018

Our Path: A CCLP 20th Anniversary Retrospect

Our Path: A CCLP 20th Anniversary Retrospect

CCLP’s 2017-18 Annual Report

CCLP’s 2017-18 Annual Report

State of Working Colorado 2017

State of Working Colorado 2017

Facing Eviction Alone: A Study of Evictions in Denver, 2014-2016

Facing Eviction Alone: A Study of Evictions in Denver, 2014-2016

Human Services Gap Map

Human Services Gap Map

Background Brief: HB06-1023: Verification of Lawful Presence

Background Brief: HB06-1023: Verification of Lawful Presence

A Resource for Health Care Providers and Coverage Enrollment Assisters Serving Immigrants and their Families

A Resource for Health Care Providers and Coverage Enrollment Assisters Serving Immigrants and their Families

Overlooked and Undercounted: Struggling to Make Ends Meet in Colorado

Overlooked and Undercounted: Struggling to Make Ends Meet in Colorado

CCLP’s 2016 Annual Report

CCLP’s 2016 Annual Report

Health care affordability and Colorado’s low wage workers: a look at Medicaid recipients in Colorado

Health care affordability and Colorado’s low wage workers: a look at Medicaid recipients in Colorado

Paying More to Borrow

Paying More to Borrow

Medicaid Works: A Series of Factsheets

Medicaid Works: A Series of Factsheets

Vital Signs

Vital Signs

2016 State of Working Colorado

2016 State of Working Colorado

Vital Signs

Vital Signs: The Influence of Race, Place and Income on Colorado’s Health

Statement Regarding Conversion of Rocky Mountain HMO

The Flaws in “Impacts of Increasing Colorado’s Minimum Wage”

CCLP’s 2015 Annual Report

Elder Economic Security Standard Index

Medicaid for Justice Involved Adults (Resource Guide)

Assets & Opportunity Scorecard: Colorado State Profile

Legislative and Policy Preview 2016: Health Program

Legislative and Policy Preview 2016: Family Economic Security

State of Working Colorado 2015-16

The Colorado Family Resource Simulator: A Demonstration (PowerPoint presentation)

The Colorado Family Resource Simulator: A Demonstration (PowerPoint presentation)

Three Policy Reforms to Help Low-Income Children in Colorado

CCLP’s 2014 Annual Report

The Parity Act: Putting it to Use (CCLP PowerPoint Presentation)

Immigrants and Health Program Access in Colorado

Outside the Box: An Approach to Promoting and Increasing Opportunities for People with Criminal Records

Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2015

Analysis: Challenges and Opportunities for the ACA

Local Minimum Wage Overview

Analysis: King v. Burwell Arguments

Surviving to Thriving: Pathways to Opportunity for Low-Income Women

Making Health Coverage Meaningful: Mitigating the Effects of Churn

State of Working Colorado 2014

Manual de Colorado Trabaja

Sneak Preview: State of Working Colorado 2014

Annual Report 2013

Health Law & Policy Updates

Letter: Connect for Health Colorado Proposed FY2015 Budget

CCLP’s 2014 primary legislative priorities passed: Landmark progress on reducing poverty, advancing opportunity

Child care funding in Colorado has fallen behind by $54 million

CCLP by the Numbers 2014

Support HB 14-1317: Colorado Child Care Assistance Program changes

CEP 2: Marketplace and Medicaid eligibility

Income inequality surges in Colorado, according to new report

Wage Protection Act

Expanding affordable, quality child care – EOPRTF

Fixing the Child Care Tax Credit – EOPRTF

Strengthening adult basic education – EOPRTF

Restoring Aid to Needy Disabled – EOPRTF

Improving Access to IDs – EOPRTF

CEP 1: Colorado’s assistance network provides essential services

After tax credits, many insurance plans in Garfield, Summit Counties are less expensive than those in Denver

The Affordable Care Act and Colorado: Past, Present, and Future

Amendment 66 will improve Colorado’s income tax

Increasing income tax won’t harm Colorado economy

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Colorado Presentation

Investing in education will boost Colorado economy

Proposal to restore benefits for Aid to the Needy Disabled program

Remove barriers to identification to improve access to benefits

Poverty rate remains unchanged, still above pre-recession level

The Affordable Care Act enhances economic security and reduces poverty for low-income Coloradans

Our Dollars, Our Health

Colorado Works Handbook

Connect for Health Colorado appeals process fact sheet

Annual Report 2012

Charges vary dramatically among Colorado hospitals, even within the same city

State of Working Colorado 2013

SNAP supports thousands of families and jobs in Colorado

2013 General Assembly recap

Identifying the causes of rising health care costs: Lessons for Colorado from other states

2013 legislative agenda and fact sheets

Income boosts provided by EITC can help improve health outcomes for low-income families

Testimony on SB13-200, Medicaid expansion

Immigrants strengthen Colorado's economy

Cuts to Older Americans Act would hurt Colorado's seniors

HB13-1144 Taxes on cigarettes reduce smoking, improve public health and generate revenue for the state

Expanding Medicaid makes Colorado's workforce and economy healthier

Tax cuts have reduced Colorado General Fund revenue over time

Workforce development programs threatened by sequestration

Rulemaking primer

Analysis of 2012 Federal Tax Reform, Part Three: The need for balanced budget reform

Governor’s 2013-14 budget proposal begins restoring cuts, but some major questions remain

New poverty estimates paint grim picture for many communities throughout Colorado

Sequestration and the Colorado budget

Amendment 64 would produce $60 million in new revenue and savings for Colorado

Analysis of 2012 Federal Tax Reform, Part One: Proposed Federal Tax Plans Vary on Tax Equity

State budget revenue holds steady but faces threats from fragile economy and federal cuts

Immigrant Small Business Owners A Significant and Growing Part of the Economy

Accountable Care Collaborative could save money and improve quality, but it risks new barriers to care

State of Working Colorado 2012

Long Bill prevents more cuts to schools; magnifies shortfall to the rest of Colorado’s 2012-13 budget

Take Action Advocacy Day: A look at the state of working women in Colorado

Colorado Budget Primer

Annual Report 2011

The Elder Economic Security Standard Index for Colorado

Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2011

Annual Report 2010

State of Working Colorado 2010

The economic impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit in Colorado

Annual Report 2008-2009

Presentation on The Cost of Care: Can Coloradans afford health care?

State of Working Colorado 2009

The Cost of Care

State of Working Colorado 2008

Annual Report 2007

State of Working Colorado 2007

Annual Report 2006

State of Working Colorado 2003