The eight-organization alliance includes--in addition to the Colorado Public Health Association--the Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials, Colorado Directors of Environmental Health, Colorado Environmental Health Association, Colorado Public Health Nursing Directors, Colorado Society for Public Health Education, Public Health Directors of Colorado and Public Health Nurses Association of Colorado.
What does CALPHO stand for?
CALPHO stands for Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials
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The new alliance owes its existence to an effort launched two years ago by the Colorado Affiliate and the Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials to explore how all of the public health organizations in Colorado could combine resources and find a common ground for infrastructure support.