Sexual and reproductive health is directly tied to the health and well-being of children, youth, and adults. We believe all Coloradans should have access to the information they need and the right to make decisions about their bodies, sexuality, relationships, and futures. This includes whether and when to use contraception, start a family, or continue a pregnancy.

ReproCollab is an initiative of Caring for Colorado that advances reproductive equity in Colorado. With a focus on communities that have historically carried the burden of racial, economic, and social inequalities, ReproCollab builds partnerships and provides grant funding across three strategic areas:   

Protect and Expand Contraceptive Access: Improve access to person-centered contraceptive care within Colorado’s safety net system.

Promote Community-Led Solutions in Sexual Health Education:
Fund innovative reproductive and sexual health education programs for young people, designed by young people, and in partnership with organizations they know and trust.

Lead and Advocate for Reproductive Equity:
Leverage community, regulatory, legislative, and philanthropic expertise to create public policies that advance reproductive equity.

Visit ReproCollab to learn more.

Initiative Partners

ReproCollab is supported by a collaboration of funders, including The Colorado Health Foundation, the Colorado Trust, the Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation, Colorado Gives Foundation, and Rose Community Foundation.

It builds on the earlier Colorado Collaborative for Reproductive Health Equity.