To coordinate, synergize, and stimulate collaborative approaches to firearm injury prevention in Colorado and nationally.
Zero firearm-related injuries or deaths in the United States.
To use collaboration, education, and scientific research to prevent firearm-related injuries and deaths of all types in all populations in Colorado and nationally.
We affirm these core values:
We demonstrate commitment to these values through:
The Colorado Firearm Safety Coalition brings together firearm retailers and instructors, public health and medical professionals, and members of the public to help prevent firearm suicide in Colorado and beyond. Monthly meetings are open to the public.
The Initiative and the Colorado Firearm Safety Coalition published a Colorado-wide map of firearm retailers, ranges, and law enforcement agencies willing to consider voluntary, temporary firearm storage.
Harvard Business Review: How Doctors Can Help Prevent Gun Violence
New England Journal of Medicine: #ThisIsOurLane – Firearm Safety as Health Care’s Highway
Denver Post: #ThisIsOurLane in Colorado, too