Achieving Better Health Through Collaboration

Who We Are

The Mile High Health Alliance makes Denver a place where every resident can live their healthiest life by bringing together key decision makers to align housing, transportation, food and medical care systems.

Our members include Denver’s leaders in health, human and social organizations – public, private and nonprofit alike – to make all our systems work to make Denver the healthiest place to live, work and play.

Our new strategic plan includes four main areas of work:

Urgent Needs

We identify health problems and seek solutions for under-resourced Denverites, specifically 1) access to needed specialty care, 2) integrated physical/behavioral care, 3) efficient/affordable use of the health system and 4) emerging issues.


We bring together stakeholders to explore, integrate and connect members and networks to solve Denver’s system-level health and wellness problems.

Social & Economic Barriers

We identify key players in many sectors, research options, build programs and develop resource referral systems to serve under-resourced Denverites in areas like housing, transportation and healthy food.


We are a hub of information about emerging issues, resources available, solutions being developed and opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.

Member Spotlight

CREA (Community + Research + Education + Awareness) Results engages Latinos and diverse populations across Colorado to respond to rising community issues like access to healthcare, food, housing and other services preventing people from living the healthiest life possible.

Driven by the Promotoras de Salud/Community Health Workers team, trusted and passionate cultural and linguistic liaisons deliver educational campaigns, resource navigation services and health education services to promote public health and foster economic, environmental and social well-being.

With the United States-Mexico Border Health Commission, CREA secured a 26-foot mobile health unit to provide nutrition, oral health, obesity, diabetes, reproductive health, child health, mental health, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, domestic violence, and other health services to 4,000+ people at 75 events.

CREA and Americans for Conservation + the Arts partner on the Promotores Verdes project to inspire Latino advocacy for the health benefits of nature, outdoor experiences and environmental protections. CREA and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) are educating community members on the I-70 expansion project and its effect on the communities nearest the project. And CREA is collaborating with the Denver Environmental Health agency and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development  to educate communities on childhood lead poisoning and link them to free and low cost remediation offered through Denver Urban Renewal Authority.

For more information contact: 720-495-3180

Our Partners