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Free Health & Wellness Resources for DVP-Funded Organizations

vicky-tall.jpgAs partners of Colorado’s Project Catalyst, DVP and Violence Free Colorado would like to offer resources for funded organizations geared towards the health, wellness, and safety of domestic violence survivors. Any DVP-funded organization is eligible to receive these free resources, which include reproductive coercion toolkits, first aid kits, individual use over-the-counter medication, and more.

 

READYColorado Blog: Get Insured Colorado: Are You Prepared for Wind and Tornado Damages?

A standard homeowners policy covers damage from strong winds and tornadoes. Cars are covered if you carry optional comprehensive coverage on your policy.  Approximately 1,200 tornadoes occur in the United State each year according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

READYColorado Blog: Flood Insurance: What is Covered?

Have you experienced flood damage to your home or business as a result of Colorado rainstorms? There are always many questions from the community on what is covered by insurance companies or other programs. The first step is to meet with your insurance agent to review your policy. Flood damage is covered under a separate flood insurance policy and not under your general policy. Flood insurance is purchased directly from your insurance agent.

READYColorado Blog: Wildland Fire Insurance: Property and Financial Preparedness

Wildfires continue to be a growing threat in the Rocky Mountain Region where population is booming in high-risk wildland-urban interface (WUI) areas. While many people move to and live in Colorado for its forests, mountains and breathtaking views, they don’t always see the potential risks of losing their homes to wildfire – even in suburban neighborhoods. It is critical homeowners understand the risks of living in wildfire prone areas, the potential insurance impacts and what steps they should take to protect themselves, their property and personal finances.

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