DENVER – Colorado’s Hispanic/Latino community makes up nearly 22% of the state’s population (the second largest population behind white/non-Hispanic) and yet has many unmet needs when it comes to accessing culturally responsive physical and behavioral health care. Throughout the pandemic, this community has faced disproportionate health and economic impacts, including a higher risk of COVID-19 … Read More
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