The Mile High Health Alliance brings together stakeholders from medical care, behavioral health care, public health, and social and community services, to collaboratively address the city’s most difficult health challenges and achieve better health for all Denver residents. The Alliance was created to fulfill an important objective identified in Denver’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) – namely to form an alliance of important stakeholder organizations in Denver to increase access to care, better coordinate medical care and social services, and decrease health care costs.

When you join the Alliance, your organization will have a seat on the Board of Directors, the central governing body of the Alliance, and will participate in setting and implementing the priorities and strategies of the Alliance. Your organizational representative will also be eligible to run for a seat on the Executive Committee.

Benefits of Membership

Principal Benefit:

Neutral convening, communication, and participation in collaborative projects between health stakeholders in Denver to address common challenges and improve the health of all Denver residents

Additional Benefits:

  • Networking and building relationships between providers of medical care, behavioral health care, and social services, and others representing and serving low-income and underserved communities in Denver
  • Promoting a culture of health in Denver and reorienting the community toward wellness and prevention
  • Access to community-level health data
  • Setting and implementing Alliance strategies through Board membership, and eligibility to run for a seat on the Executive Committee
  • Listing of member organizations on the Mile High Health Alliance website

The Alliance has established a membership and dues structure to cover its basic operational costs, and additionally seeks out grant funding to support its new programs. Sustaining members contribute $25,000 annually to provide foundational support to the work of the Alliance. Other membership tiers and annual dues are based on organizational revenue.

Sustaining Members: Annual Donation $25,000

Tax-exempt organizations may use their total gross annual revenue from IRS Form 990, Line 12, and tax-paying organizations may use total gross revenue to determine their membership tier. An honor system is used and organizations are not asked to report their annual revenue to the Alliance. If any organization faces significant difficulty paying the indicated membership dues, it may petition the Board and Executive Committee for a reduction.


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Membership Agreement

The Mile High Health Alliance has a Membership Agreement outlining commitments made by members when they join the Alliance, and by the Alliance to its members.

For more information on membership in the Mile High Health Alliance, please contact Dede de Percin, Executive Director,

MHHA Membership Agreement