Resources

Information and opportunities to make a difference.

Resources

Need help or information? Just want to learn more and get involved in forwarding the cause? Check out the treasure trove of community organizations and resources below. This is a living community connection, so the resources will change from time to time.

We can also point you in the right direction if you are in need of basic diversity, equity, and inclusion education, a review of your policies, or an in-depth training. Just let us know how we can help.

Dismantling systems of oppression and effectively improving diversity, equity, and inclusion is incredibly challenging. In addition to taking advantage of the many resources on campus, we are happy to provide financial support in helping you attend trainings and conferences. Our budget is small, so we ask that you seek funding from other sources first, but please reach out if we can help. Application forms are coming soon!

Online Courses

If you are interested in learning about a foundational components of health equity research or would like a resource for partners new to this area, Coursera offers a “Foundations of Health Equity Research” online course from Johns Hopkins University. 

This free course introduces students to the core principles of health equity research. Covers topics such as defining health equity, engaging community and policy stakeholders, patient-centeredness, cultural competence, and dissemination of research findings.

Content will recognize different geographic, cultural, and social contexts where health inequities occur.

Racism

Campus Organizations

Community Organizations

Health & Human Services

Health Policy and State Organizations

Civil Law and Criminal Justice

LGBTQ+

Relationship Violence

Mental Health

Immigrant/Refugee Care

People With Disabilities

Racial Minority Organizations

Homelessness

Children & Families

National Organizations/Resources

Contact:

DFM Diversity
DFM.DEI@cuanschutz.edu