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Read more about the background on this initiative and discover what other states are doing to help seniors enroll in benefits in:

The Colorado Coalition for Senior Economic Security (CCSES) is part of a broader initiative supported by The Atlantic Philanthropies that aims to improve benefits access systems for low-income older adults. Similar initiatives are also taking place in Alabama and Cook County, IL.

Lead partner

NCOA’s lead partner in Colorado that is helping to coordinate this initiative is Centura Health LINKS.

State activities

On April 25, 2013 CCSES sponsored a kick-off meeting in Denver and Pueblo, attended by more than 100 representatives of aging and anti-poverty organizations from throughout Colorado. Participants identified opportunities to improve benefits access in three key areas:

  • Outreach and communication
  • Collaboration
  • Policy and programmatic changes

Read a summary of proposed issues and solutions that arose during the kickoff event, and view a compendium of organizational strengths identified by CCSES participant agencies. View a list of agencies participating in the Coalition (current as of July 8, 2013).

Monthly webinar

CCSES hosts a monthly webinar to discuss progress to date to help increase and improve low-income seniors’ access to core benefit programs. Stay tuned for more details about the next webinar! Any professional interested in advancing senior economic security is welcome to join online at www.readytalk.com (passcode 4796987) and by audio at 1-866-740-1260 (passcode 4796987#).

Recordings of previous webinars can be accessed online at: https://vimeo.com/channels/ccses.

Newsletter

See what the CCSES has been up to by looking at our latest newsletter (May 2014). Read past issues:

Resources

CCSES participants may find the following resources of use when considering their activities:

Contact information

To become a member of CCSES, please email William Kistler at Centura Health Links.

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