The Commerce City Community Campus (C4) centralizes health and social services in one physical location and activates:
C4 is centralizing health and social services, bringing services together, so our members don’t have to. Providing dedicated, innovative, and collaborative public, social, and health agencies working together to co-locate services and empower families.
ULC Building Tenants: 7190 Colorado Blvd
ACCESS Housing of Adams County, Inc: A neighborhood non-profit providing family shelter services and rental assistance.
C4 is leveraging an existing community landmark, previously the County Human Services building, already occupied by collaborating social service agencies committed to addressing the Social Determinants of Health. KIND and Kids First are raising funds to repurpose portions of the building for clinical spaces. By adding healthcare services…
…The C4 is poised to become an innovative model for neighborhood wellness!
Commerce City residents face a variety of social challenges known to impede health and drive high lifetime costs for families, communities, and systems.
of families have co-existing health and Social Determinants of Health (SD0H) challenges
of Commerce City residents in the C4 area are low-to-moderate income.
average of service population identifying as non-Caucasian in the race.
of the C4 district’s children meet free-and-reduced lunch criteria.
Fragmented care and disjointed services create another layer of challenge.
Holistic care, and thoughtful integration of health and social services, requires partners, willing to change systems to meet the needs of the community; not force the family to meet the needs of the systems.
How can you help? We’re so glad you asked! This type of innovative effort often falls outside of traditional funding opportunities.
Ambassador or Liaisons: who can make introductions to connections, build community awareness, or sit on a committee.