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Do You Have A Story You want To Share In The Newsletter? 

Posted: June 6, 2017

The Colorado Public Health Association wants to share your story! Let’s highlight all the great work we are doing as agencies, within our programs, and as individuals. Our newsletter is a way for us to connect as professionals and keep abreast on the important work we are doing across Colorado. Click here to let us know about your story or announcement.


Learn About Community Engagement In the June Webinar!


2017 End of Year Report From Frontline Public Affairs!

Posted: May 16, 2017 

The legislative session ended May 10! Members, you can read the year end report from CPHA's lobbyist here. Not a member? Join now!


Sign Up for the May Public Health Webinar

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM MDT

Brought to you by the Colorado Public Health Association and the Colorado Society for Public Health Educators.

Personal and institutional bias and racism are a daily reality in the United States, and the public health implications are resounding. White Coats for Black Lives (WC4BL) is a growing community of health professionals advancing racial equality and health equity. In this webinar, WC4BL representatives will take a historical look at these issues and explain the contemporary context for the Black Lives Matter movement. We will also examine what makes a movement a success or failure, and then discuss how health professionals can make a meaningful contribution to this effort. Feel free to share this with your network.

Register Here



Call your Congressperson today to oppose the AHCA and the repeal of the Affordable Care Act!

Posted: April 27, 2017

News broke today that House Republicans may bring the bill back to the House floor as early as this week now that they have gained additional support from the most conservative members of their caucus with the proposed new changes outlined below.  Please help us oppose the American Health Care Act by calling representatives!

Keep the message simple:

  • The American Health Care Act (AHCA) would eliminate critical public health funding by repealing the Prevention and Public Health Fund
  • The AHCA would result in up to 24 million Americans losing health insurance coverage by 2026.  
  • The amended version of the AHCA would allow states to:  
    • opt out of the ACA’s requirements to cover 10 Essential Health Benefits
    • opt out of the ACA’s community rating requirements (prevents health insurers from varying premiums within a geographic area based on age, gender, health status or other factors)
    • opt out of the ACA’s requirements on how much older Americans are charged for coverage
    • end the Medicaid expansion under the ACA
    • turn the underlying Medicaid program into a per capita program which would cut $839 billion in federal Medicaid contributions to the state over the next decade

Urge members of Congress to work together in a bipartisan manner to build upon the Affordable Care Act to make it even stronger

Additional talking points on the American Health Care Act can be found here.

There is at least one moderate Republican from the House of Representatives who needs to hear from constituents and other leaders in their state urging them to oppose the American Health Care Act, legislation to repeal major portions of the Affordable Care Act and the new proposed amendment to the AHCA.

ESPECIALLY if you are represented by either of the following representatives, please call them today:

CO-03    Scott Tipton

CO-06    Mike Coffman

Look up your congressperson here.

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