Women’s Health collaborates with local and national partners in order to bring the best programs to Boulder and Broomfield counties and surrounding communities.

Our partners include:

Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) provides support for Boulder County residents who have been infected by HIV and also work in outreach projects to inform people in the community about HIV and AIDS.

Boulder County Public Health provides public health services to all residents of Boulder County through various kinds of programming, including Communicable Disease, Environmental Health (air and water quality, food safety), Behavioral Health (substance abuse treatment), Family Health (immunizations, nutrition education, children with special needs), and Community Health (AIDS prevention, teen parenting, school-based intervention, and tobacco control).

Broomfield Health and Human Services recognizes, develops and promotes opportunities that encourage personal, social and environmental responsibility. We value the health and safety of our citizens and are dedicated to serve Broomfield with integrity, creativity, dignity and respect.

Colorado Reproductive Freedom Coalition (formerly Protect Families, Protect Choice) is a statewide coalition whose mission is to advocate with a common voice for reproductive freedom for all Colorado families.  PFPC organizes an annual Roe v. Wade anniversary celebration each January, and also hosts Reproductive Freedom Lobby Day at the state capitol each spring during the legislative session.

Colorado Youth Matter (formerly Colorado Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy Parenting and Prevention) actively engages Colorado communities to promote the healthy sexual and reproductive development of all teens and advance the well-being of parenting teens.

Feminist Abortion Network supports the continued success, excellence, and growth of nonprofit women’s health clinics. The Network provides unique feminist perspectives and leadership that shape the women’s reproductive health and justice movement.

Foothills United Way works to mobilize our communities and create sustained change to improve lives of the people in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. FHUW continues to be dedicated to raising funds to support local health and human service programs, but impact on individual lives – not dollars – drives all efforts.

GLBT Center of Colorado is the only statewide, nonprofit community center dedicated to providing support and advocacy for Colorado’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) population. They serve as a catalyst for community organizing, support services, social activities, and cultural events.

Healthy Colorado Youth Alliance seeks to reduce rates of unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, in Colorado youth by ensuring that all young people have access to science-based, comprehensive, medically-accurate, culturally sensitive, and age-appropriate sexuality education, information and resources to make informed decisions about their health and relationships.

Human Services Association of Boulder County is a coalition of nonprofit agencies meeting the underlying causes of human service needs, and of contributing factors that impact the various missions to which they are committed, to address early childhood education, domestic violence, healthcare needs, homelessness, and other needs.

Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) believes that every person has the right to live free of sexual assault.  They are moving to end sexual assault and the suffering it causes in our community.

Out Boulder serves as a model of equality, respect, and well-being for LGBTQ people. Their mission is to foster safe environments for self-expression, gathering, support, and dialogue; advocate for social justice; collaborate with others who share our vision; celebrate the contributions of the many facets of our community; and educate the public about the experiences of LGBTQ people.

Prevention First Colorado is a coalition of non-profit organizations whose mission is to support the reproductive health of women and girls in Colorado. The primary focus is helping Colorado women and girls reduce unintended pregnancy, thereby increasing their health and economic self-sufficiency.

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN) serves the community by providing safety and support to victims of domestic violence. They recognize that to end domestic violence we must also work to end other forms of injustice and oppression that affect women’s lives.

St. Vrain Community Council is a unique association of Longmont area nonprofit agencies dedicated to working together to meet the human service needs in the Longmont community.

St Vrain Valley Latino Coalition (SVVLC) works to improve the health and well-being of low income and underserved Latinos, with an emphasis on migrants and immigrants, through action and goal-oriented advocacy and interagency co-ordination and collaboration. The Boulder-Broomfield Latino Coalition works to improve the health of the Boulder-Broomfield community, with an emphasis on Latino community education and improvement of access to healthcare and resources.

The Multicultural Action Committee of Longmont promotes positive community climate, participation and increase multicultural awareness by creating and providing experiences to identify and address on-going challenges, issues, and potential misunderstanding within the community.

Trabajando Unidos is a community coalition coming together to empower the Lafayette Latino Communities by uniting community members and organizations through networking, advocacy, and action.