7 / 24-26 / 19 — Colorado Health Symposium

Colorado Health Symposium

There is no doubt that Colorado—like many states throughout the U.S.—is in the midst of a housing crisis. Having a place to call home is essential in life and centers us for good health. Home is out of reach for many Coloradans, which means health is, too. Racism, lack of opportunity and discriminatory policies make safe and affordable housing unattainable. This year’s Colorado Health Symposium, The Intersection of Housing, Health and Inequity, is designed to elevate bold solutions for putting a roof over the head of every Coloradan, while paving the path towards health equity.

View our full conference agenda (en Español) to see speakers, learn about the focus of daily themes and get a sense of what to expect at this year’s Symposium.

Registration to attend the Colorado Health Symposium is SOLD OUT, but we encourage you to join us online July 24-26 as we discuss the intersection of health, housing and inequity. The Foundation will be live broadcasting several of its plenary and keynote sessions live July 24-26.

The Indy’s Managing Editor Tina Griego will join a media panel Thursday morning from 8:45 a.m to 9:45 a.m.


The Colorado Health Syposium. A national health conference


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