Our communities have many organizations that help address the need we see in what many call a public health crisis. It is not always up to government to provide a solution or fund. By collaborating with facilities, insurance, schools, and community mental health clinics – we can streamline a more effective and successful crisis intervention process for Colorado families.
Everyday students in our state worry about going to school for a multitude of reasons. Whether its bullying, academic pressure, school violence – all these variables interfere with their ability to learn and the educator’s ability to teach. We need to have realistic discussion about school culture and choice. Teachers want more autonomy in the classroom and families want more involvement – we can make this a priority FOR THE PEOPLE!
Let’s talk about it! There is no denying that growth in Colorado and the metro area is phenomenal. With growth and change comes pains – not just on roads but in housing. Solutions look different across the state and voters in municipalities are speaking out. What areas of Colorado want the growth and need workers and housing to sustain economy?