The Colorado Self-Sufficiency Standard measures how much income is needed for a family of a given composition in a given place to adequately meet their basic needs- without public or private assistance. The Colorado standard measures this for 70 different family types in each of Colorado's 64 counties.
For more information about these tables and methods used to construct them, please contact: Chaer Robert at the Colorado Center on Law & Policy, 303-573-5669 ext. 307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2011 report. Information on Methodology, Assumptions and Sources is located on pages 37-45.
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