Social and cultural factors affect the ability of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Coloradans to get and stay healthy. We must work to ensure all Coloradans have the ability to access the care they need, when they need it.
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Limited data is available on the unique health experiences of Colorado’s Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. As their population grows, we must work to understand their diverse backgrounds and provide for their health needs.
Colorado’s senior population is growing very quickly and demand for services is outpacing the supply. Together, we should plan for the future to ensure our seniors can access the care they need, when they need it.
Life as a refugee is challenging at best, and often health is one of the first things impacted by their circumstances. Together, we can ensure they have access to important health care resources and the opportunity to thrive.
In many ways, African Americans face increased health challenges in Colorado. It is important we work to address the underlying social factors that affect health to ensure all Coloradans have the opportunity to live a healthy life.