Get Involved: Support Perinatal Care in Colorado

Take part in CPCQC’s mission to advance best practices and improve outcomes in maternal and infant health. Whether you are an individual, healthcare facility, community-based organization, or industry leader, there’s space for you in our work. Together, we can create a brighter future for Colorado families.

Participate in a Program

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We’re always looking to expand our reach to hospitals, outpatient clinics, community organizations, individuals, public health leaders, and policymakers throughout the state of Colorado. Learn more about eligibility requirements and how to join one of our quality improvement, community collaborative, or lived experience programs.

Become a Community Advocate

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We are working to fill gaps in Colorado perinatal health care by ensuring that the priorities and perspectives of Colorado’s diverse communities are represented in our work. We partner with individuals, community groups, and community-based organizations. 

Attend an Event

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Advance your career, continue learning, share ideas and resources, and join a community of peers working to improve maternal and infant health across the state through our monthly and quarterly webinar series, annual conference, and other professional development opportunities throughout the year. 

Support Our Work

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With adequate funding, we are able to provide greater access to equitable care, improve the health and wellbeing of parents and their babies, and ultimately, save lives. Make a gift to support perinatal care improvements in quality, safety, and equity in maternal and infant health for all Colorado families.

Share Your Story

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Sharing about your pregnancy, birth, or postpartum experiences can show others they are not alone in their experience and help improve the quality of care for all moms and their babies in Colorado. 

  • Participate in Health eMoms, a Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment study of new mothers
  • Hear from moms in recovery and share your story through Tough as a Mother #RecoveringOutLoud