All Coloradans – no matter who they are or where they live in the state – should have the information and services they need to make decisions about their health and well-being.
All Coloradans have the power to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive autonomy, including health, rights and well-being
Advancing the movement for sexual and reproductive equity across Colorado
ReproCollab is a partnership between Caring for Colorado Foundation and The Colorado Health Foundation. Launched as the Colorado Collaborative for Reproductive Health Equity in 2017 under the direction of Dr. Liz Romer (pictured left), ReproCollab is a unique model where philanthropy, community-based organizations, health care providers, and policymakers can incubate and advance sexual and reproductive health equity projects in Colorado. Built on the foundations of the Colorado Initiative to Reduce Unintended Pregnancies (Colorado Initiative), ReproCollab’s strategies include contraceptive access, human-centered design, comprehensive sexual health education, and provider training with nearly 20 projects and over 80 partners from rural, statewide, and national networks.
Communities We Serve
Black, Latinx, Indigenous, East and Southeast Asian, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, and Filipino people
Children, youth and families living in poverty
People in rural and frontier communities experiencing barriers to access
And other marginalized people living at the intersections of oppression.
Connect with us!