Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Project TEACH Offers Training on Health Care Access and Quality

Project TEACH will be hosting a training May 23-24 at the Colorado Mountain College in Edwards. Fine tune your knowledge and skills on regional health disparities data, program evaluation, evidence based interventions, community engagement and succession planning/sustainability for upcoming A35, CCTSI, and Colorado Health Foundation funding opportunities.  Availability is limited, we will only accept 10 organizations on a first come, first serve basis.

Project TEACH provides training and capacity building to community-based organizations on access to health care, healthy living and health care quality for underserved populations. Project TEACH is funded by the Colorado Health Foundation, so there is NO COST to participate in this training for organizations addressing access to health care and/or healthy living. Breakfast, lunch, and a breadth of resources will be provided.

For more information, please contact the Nicole Tuitt at (303)724-2432 or

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