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    Overview:

    ACCORDS (Adult and Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science) through the University
    of Colorado School of Medicine and Trailhead Institute are contracting with two Asthma Navigators in the Pikes Peak (Colorado Springs) area to support the Disparities Elimination through Coordinated Interventions to Prevent and Control Heart and Lung Disease Risk (DECIPHER) project.

    The aim of the DECIPHER project is broad-scale implementation of an effective school-based approach called Stop Asthma Attacks (SAA) to improve asthma disparities for children ages 5-12 years old in communities with fewer resources. Asthma is a leading cause of children’s hospitalizations, emergency department visits, and missed school days. This nationally funded research study aims to test the ability of the SAA program to reduce asthma-related burden in rural/mid-sized cities and to be sustained.

    Asthma Navigators will build off of work completed with school nurses and schools in the fall and spring of 2022 while playing a central role in the research project and delivering/implementing SAA.

    The full scope of services requested and applicant qualifications is available in the Request for Proposals document available here.

    A Spanish version of the RFP can be found here.

    Application review will start in February 2023
    Desired start date: April 3, 2023
    Please direct inquiries to: ANOWARA.BEGUM@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU

    For full details on the Request for Proposals, please click here.

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    Overview:

    ACCORDS (Adult and Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science) through the University
    of Colorado School of Medicine and Trailhead Institute are contracting with two Asthma Navigators in the Greeley/Weld and Morgan county area to support the Disparities Elimination through Coordinated Interventions to Prevent and Control Heart and Lung Disease Risk (DECIPHER) project.

    The aim of the DECIPHER project is broad-scale implementation of an effective school-based approach called Stop Asthma Attacks (SAA) to improve asthma disparities for children ages 5-12 years old in communities with fewer resources. Asthma is a leading cause of children’s hospitalizations, emergency department visits, and missed school days. This nationally funded research study aims to test the ability of the SAA program to reduce asthma-related burden in rural/mid-sized cities and to be sustained.

    Asthma Navigators will build off of work completed with school nurses and schools in the fall and spring of 2022 while playing a central role in the research project and delivering/implementing SAA.

    The full scope of services requested and applicant qualifications is available in the Request for Proposals document available here.

    A Spanish version of the RFP can be found here.

    Application review will start in February 2023
    Desired start date: April 3, 2023
    Please direct inquiries and applications to: ANOWARA.BEGUM@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU

    For full details on the Request for Proposals, please click here.

    Ver esta descripción de trabajo en español.

    Overview:

    ACCORDS (Adult and Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science) through the University
    of Colorado School of Medicine and Trailhead Institute are contracting with two Asthma Navigators in the Lower Arkansas Valley (Lamar, La Junta, Las Animas) area to support the Disparities Elimination through Coordinated Interventions to Prevent and Control Heart and Lung Disease Risk (DECIPHER) project.

    The aim of the DECIPHER project is broad-scale implementation of an effective school-based approach called Stop Asthma Attacks (SAA) to improve asthma disparities for children ages 5-12 years old in communities with fewer resources. Asthma is a leading cause of children’s hospitalizations, emergency department visits, and missed school days. This nationally funded research study aims to test the ability of the SAA program to reduce asthma-related burden in rural/mid-sized cities and to be sustained.

    Asthma Navigators will build off of work completed with school nurses and schools in the fall and spring of 2022 while playing a central role in the research project and delivering/implementing SAA.

    The full scope of services requested and applicant qualifications is available in the Request for Proposals document available here.

    A Spanish version of the RFP can be found here.

    Application review will start in February 2023
    Desired start date: April 3, 2023
    Please direct inquiries and applications to: ANOWARA.BEGUM@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU

    For full details on the Request for Proposals, please click here.

    Overview:

    Trailhead Institute is seeking qualified vendors to support the company in annual non-profit audits including Federal Single Audit. Trailhead has completed annual audits, including a Single Audits, for the last 10 years. Examples of recent audits can be found at the links in the RFP here, in addition to recent 990s and financials statements.

    Services Required: 

    • Performs audit functions for Trailhead including the following:
      • Works with the Trailhead Finance Team to
        • Complete the required 990 annually
        • Complete the annual non-profit audit
        • Complete an annual Single Audit when federal expenses exceed $750,000
      • Present audit information to the Trailhead Board of Directors
      • Complete audit field work in a timely fashion
      • Assign designated staff to complete each required audits and 990s
      • Provide recommendations to the Trailhead Finance Team based on audit observations

    Application review will start on April 11, 2022
    Desired start date: As soon as feasible
    Submission sent: Email only to tshirey@trailhead.institute

    For full details on the Request for Proposals, please click here.

    Our Commitment

    Trailhead Institute is committed to a policy of providing equal employment opportunities for all applicants, all staff and all contract workers. At Trailhead we promote equal employment opportunities and are dedicated to eliminating discrimination due to race, nationality, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender expression, marital or familial status, creed, national origin, disability, or veteran or military status.

    Trailhead Institute is a passionate supporter of inclusivity and welcomes applications from all communities, particularly from people of color; LBGTQ people; immigrants or refugees; people with disabilities; and people from low- or moderate-income backgrounds.

    Our Yearly Reports

    We take our role as highly esteemed strategic partners and collaborators very seriously. Our goal is to work efficiently and cost-effectively while providing absolute transparency to our partners, funders and communities. We invite you to explore the following resources for detailed information about our funding, budgets and audit reports.

    Please contact us directly if you have specific questions or information requests.

    Audit Reports

    By mandate, Trailhead Institute completes two specific audits each year: a compliance audit and a common Nonprofit 501(c)(3) audit. We’re honored to work alongside many of the region’s finest public health organizations as their strategic partner. And we’re pleased to make any and all of these reports readily available for public review.
    If you would like to access earlier audits, please contact us directly and one of our staff will be happy to assist you.

    2020 AUDIT: 2020 Compliance Audit A-133

    2019 AUDIT: 2019 Compliance Audit A-133

    2018 AUDIT: 2018 Compliance Audit A-133

    2017 AUDIT: 2017 Compliance Audit A-133

    2016 AUDIT: 2016 Compliance Audit A-133

    2015 AUDIT: 2015 Compliance Audit A-133

    2014 AUDIT: 2015 Compliance Audit A-133

    2013 AUDIT: 2015 Compliance Audit A-133

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