ReproCollab is a Caring for Colorado-led initiative that builds partnerships and provides grant funding to advance reproductive equity in Colorado. Our goal is for all people to have the information, services, and power needed to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive autonomy, including health, rights, and well-being.
With a focus on communities that have historically carried the burden of racial, economic, and social inequalities, ReproCollab will build partnerships and provide grant funding across three strategic areas over the next three years:
Goals: Improve access to person-centered contraceptive care within Colorado’s healthcare safety net system.
Goals: Promote community-led solutions in sexual and reproductive health education for young people.
Goals: Leverage community, regulatory, legislative, and philanthropic expertise to create public policies that advance reproductive equity.
These efforts build on earlier work of the Colorado Collaborative for Reproductive Health Equity, an initiative created in 2017 by Caring for Colorado and co-funded by the Colorado Health Foundation. In 2021, ReproCollab was launched to further advance the movement for sexual and reproductive equity across Colorado with the support of two additional funders – The Colorado Trust, and the Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation.