Colorado Trust announces just under $1 million for better childhood health resources
February 20, 2013
The Colorado Trust, an organization dedicated to helping people access healthcare by 2018, recently announced a grant for eight Colorado Early Childhood Councils totaling $983,639. With this grant, groups around the state will be better prepared to help children in their communities access healthcare services, including medical treatment and preventative oral care.
The eight organizations selected to receive a portion of the awarded funding include Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council, Early Childhood Council of La Plata County, Denver Early Childhood Council, Early Childhood Council of Larimer County, Mesa County Partnership for Children and Families, Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County, Montelores Early Childhood Council and Rural Resort Northeast Early Childhood Council.
One of The Colorado Trust's visions is to partner with organizations, communities and individuals throughout the state to ensure every child has a chance to start his or her life with a healthy beginning.
"Connecting families to services in local communities is critical," said president and CEO of The Colorado Trust Ned Calonge. "The councils can help to make sure families know where to turn for health care services; connecting people at school, work and home."
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