top of page

Friends of Youth Healthcare Alliance

Your Gifts Advance Our Mission 

When the healthcare needs of young people are met at school, they are more likely to succeed in school, and their parents miss less work. 

Friends of Youth Healthcare Alliance believe in our mission to “optimize health outcomes among young people through access to quality, integrated healthcare in schools.”
Your donation of any amount to Youth Healthcare Alliance supports advocacy to improve and expand school-based clinics throughout Colorado. That means more young people in our state will have access to integrated, high-quality care, and in turn, more equitable health outcomes.


With Gratitude for Your Generosity

Ali Mickelson

Andrea Smolek

Annie Atlas

Arathi Premkumar

Aubrey Hill

Brad & Silvia Benson

Calley McCue

Carmen Feldman

Carol Grimes

Carol McCotter

Connie Ruiz

David Amorosi

Deborah Costin

Doug Campbell

Elizabeth Sampson

Ellen & Tony Lomonaco

Gemma Taylor

Heidi McCotter

Jamey Hill

Jennifer Suchon

Jenny Dingus

Karen Krueger

Katarzyna Kocol

Laura Ahlf

Leticia Call

Maida Kasper

Mary Kay Pera

Maureen Manier

Meg & Keith Whitelaw

Megan Bartsch

Megan Hill

Melissa Fuller

Merry Hummell

Michal Elias-Bachrach

Michele Huston

Negar Ballard

Paul Eschen

Peaks Recovery

Reema Alsayegh

Ron-Li Liaw

Ronald & Pamela Taylor

Rosa Gardner

School-Based Health Alliance

Scott Call

Sharon O'Hara

Sherrod Beall

Sonja O'Leary

bronze transparency logo.png
donate icon.png

Invest in the future of Colorado’s youth. 

graphic underline-web-3.png

Our Work Makes a Difference 

In 2023, we secured around $5 million in state revenue distributed directly to school-based clinics with our advocacy and provided technical assistance to 3 communities exploring school-based clinics or improving existing clinics.

During the 2021-22 academic year, approximately 35,000 children and adolescents received primary care, behavioral health services, and oral health services through school-based clinics in communities with the greatest needs in Colorado.


money icon.png

>$5 million in state revenue secured & distributed to Colorado school-based clinics


3 communities received technical assistance to explore or improve existing school-based clinics

2022-23 Academic Year

stethoscope icon.png

35,000 Colorado youth received primary care, behavioral health services, and oral health services in communities with the greatest needs

newsletter icon.png

Get updates on how to improve the health of Colorado youth

graphic underline-web-3.png
bottom of page