Access to healthy and affordable food, transportation, safe housing, and sidewalks all determine our access to care and opportunity to live a healthy life.
All Coloradans should have the opportunity to live a healthy life. Read more about how we're working to make sure healthy choices are available to all.
The health risks of water issues are clear. What is also clear, is who these water issues hurt the most. As we’ve seen in Flint, the political will to ensure that drinking water is safe for everyone, even if it costs more, is lacking.
After completing my grocery shopping—my cart filled with veggies, meats, and fruits—I headed to the checkout. However, when I swiped my Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card, it was declined.
After living as a renter for most of my adult life, I purchased my first home in March of this year with my husband. We made the choice to stay close to the urban core of Denver and bought a condo.
I recently decided that I wanted to become more physically active. At home, I have access to two parks, bike paths, a 24-hour fitness center, and an open space park.