The mental health consequences of this pandemic are major. Many individuals are experiencing new or intensified symptoms of mental illness.
Access to Care
Coloradans should be able to get the health care they need, when they need it. Read more about how we're working to make this vision a reality.
For many reasons, I feel morally obligated to demand radical accountability and fundamental change in our health care system.
We are cultivating community. Even in the isolation of physical distancing, we are learning how community sustains us and gives us strength beyond ourselves. Figurative ham bones are flying all over the place, and our connections and relationships are expanding and maturing.
I grew up in New York City, a city with a vast public transportation system of subways underground and buses and taxis above.
Transportation is a major barrier to accessing care for nearly 300,000 Coloradans. That’s why Medicaid offers Non-Emergency Medical Transportation.