Putting those closest to the problem at the center of developing solutions is called human-centered design.
In July 2016, on my second day of work at Center for Health Progress, I went with my brand new coworkers, Jessica Nguyen and Joe Sammen, to Colorado Springs for the annual meeting of the Colorado Network of Health Alliances. The Network is a group of local health alliances, spread across the state, that had […]
I spent three days learning alongside people who had come from far and wide to deepen their skills in service to the movement for economic justice.
When I was uninsured and living in rural Colorado, I relied on Planned Parenthood for affordable, quality, non-judgmental reproductive health care.
The connection of oral health to overall health is well-established. Unfortunately, the way we have set up our health care system has created a false distinction that separates our physical, oral, and behavioral health.