So, we build power to win recognition, rights, and resources for our communities in our ongoing fight for health equity.
We grow a powerful base and invest in the leadership development of core leaders to set, win, and govern an agenda.Learn More →
We affect policies in ways that build community power so that we can change the design of health care systems and structures.Learn More →
We create new public narratives about health and health care that transform what we collectively see as real and possible.Learn More →
Building Community Power to Reclaim Health Nonprofit Quarterly recently highlighted Center for Health Progress’ legislative win and our power building strategy, in the second installment in a five-part series, Reclaiming Control: The History and Future of Choice in Our Health. Dr. Sonia Sarkar of Healing Capital examines how organizers have reclaimed control over health at both the […]Read More
The concept of strengths-based leadership has been popular for several years now. Instead of spending time hand wringing over how to improve areas of weakness for you, people you manage, or others on your team, you focus on building up your/their strengths. When I was diagnosed with ADHD last Spring, I felt that it was […]Read More
Rayna Hetlage, Senior Policy Manager at Center for Health Progress, speaks with Irene Jaw, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, and Dr. Aline Hansen-Guzman, about how HB22-1289, Cover All Coloradans, would benefit many of their patients, as well as their role in advocating for health care as a human right. If you’re a health care professional who’d like […]Read More
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