Our Partners in Colorado

We've worked with the following partners in this state to expand access to reproductive health care.

Current Partners

State partner
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is working as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives.

State partner
ProgressNow Colorado

ProgressNow Colorado is working as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives.

State partner
New Era Colorado

New Era Colorado is working as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives.

State partner
Interfaith Alliance of Colorado

Interfaith Alliance of Colorado is working as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives.

State partner
ACLU of Colorado

The ACLU of Colorado is working as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives.

State & local partner
COLOR

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) and NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado are again teaming up to work proactively with lawmakers and advance policies to ensure  all Coloradans, including young people, low-income communities, people of color, immigrants and refugees, and public service employees, are able to access the full range of reproductive health care services they need, including contraception and abortion. With NIRH’s continued help, this dynamic coalition is developing and implementing a multi-pronged approach that incorporates advocacy, messaging, earned and social media, and field efforts to galvanize public support for this agenda. This project involves collaboration with SiX. In 2018, COLOR and NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado worked together with lawmakers to advance policies ensuring that all Coloradans, including young people, low-income communities, people of color, immigrants and refugees, and public service employees, are able to access the full range of reproductive health care services, including abortion. They developed and implemented a multi-pronged approach that incorporated advocacy, messaging, and field efforts to galvanize public support for this agenda. COLOR is working as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives. In 2017, COLOR used a reproductive justice lens while engaging with thirteen Denver City Council Members and working with a city-wide coalition of grassroots and grasstops advocates to build support for a municipal resolution calling for repeal of the Hyde Amendment and for state and federal funding of abortion care. In 2014, COLOR, through their Latinas Increasing Political Strength (LIPS) program, created a #wheresoursexed campaign to evaluate sex ed implementation in Denver following passage of the Colorado Healthy Youth Act. The National Institute previously partnered with COLOR to monitor the implementation in Denver of the Human Comprehensive Sexuality Act that provides funding for comprehensive sexuality education in Colorado schools.

State & local partner
NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) and NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado are again teaming up to work proactively with lawmakers and advance policies to ensure  all Coloradans, including young people, low-income communities, people of color, immigrants and refugees, and public service employees, are able to access the full range of reproductive health care services they need, including contraception and abortion. With NIRH’s continued help, this dynamic coalition is developing and implementing a multi-pronged approach that incorporates advocacy, messaging, earned and social media, and field efforts to galvanize public support for this agenda. This project involves collaboration with SiX. In 2018, COLOR and NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado worked together with lawmakers to advance policies ensuring that all Coloradans, including young people, low-income communities, people of color, immigrants and refugees, and public service employees, are able to access the full range of reproductive health care services, including abortion. They developed and implemented a multi-pronged approach that incorporated advocacy, messaging, and field efforts to galvanize public support for this agenda. In 2012, NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado worked to achieve solid legal grounding for municipal employee coverage of abortion in Denver. In 2009, the National Institute worked with NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado to co-host the Rocky Mountain West Regional Summit in Denver, bringing together advocates, elected leaders, and public health officials from 16 cities in 10 states to discuss reproductive health challenges and opportunities for solutions. In 2008, NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado surveyed pharmacies and health care providers statewide to determine the level of access women have to various types of contraceptives, including emergency contraception.

Past Partners

State partner
Soul 2 Soul

Soul 2 Soul worked as part of a cohort of organizations in Colorado on a long-term initiative to develop and advance an abortion rights vision, engage a new and broad base of supporters, and reduce shame and stigma by publicly promoting the affirmative value of abortion in women's lives.