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, community advocates, …Category: Family Economic Security,Health Care
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. …Category: Recorded Webinar
Amid Colorado’s growing affordable-housing crisis, there are roughly 850 evictions filed with courts every week across the state. According to data compiled by the Colorado Judicial Branch and Denver County Court, there were at least 44,000 evictions filed across …Category: Family Economic Security
Human services programs ensure that Colorado communities have the building blocks for a prosperous future. The Human Services Gap Map provides a window into how effectively Colorado is delivering the basic building blocks needed for lifelong health and well-being. The
Health First Colorado, Colorado’s Medicaid program, is a public health insurance program that pays for necessary health care services for low-income Coloradans and those living with disabilities. By investing in health care services and supports, Health First Colorado improves health …Category: Health Care
Though Colorado has made significant gains in providing health coverage to its residents and boasts the lowest obesity rate in the country, data shows that not every Coloradan currently has access, means and opportunity to be the healthiest person they …Category: Family Economic Security,Health Care,Research and Policy Analysis