January 2020
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Tax time creates a new season of giving to support our work
If you are due a state income tax refund, this new state program will give you the opportunity to use some or all of it to directly support a local nonprofit that matters to you, like Doctors Care.

The new program, promoted through the ReFUND CO awareness initiative, lets you choose where your donation goes. Simply enter Doctors Care and our registration number (20023003726) in the Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit Fund line! This can be done on your state tax return, tax software, or you can provide your tax preparer with this information.

Because our important work is never done, we are always in need of new funds to revitalize our organization and recharge our work. ReFUND CO shows you how you can support our mission at a critical time of the year.
Welcome Newest Staff Members!
Elizabeth Shultz
Development and Communication Specialist

Elizabeth is a passionate individual that wants to make a difference in the lives of others. Since 2007, she has worked for a variety of causes including organizations to end domestic violence, a local symphony and other art organizations, and affordable housing.

Elizabeth holds a Bachelor’s in Nonprofit Management for the Arts from the University of Oklahoma and a Master’s in Nonprofit Management from Regis University.

We're excited to have her on the team!
Katie VanHoosen
Clinical Teams Nurse Manager

Katie started this position in November after four years of volunteering with the Health Access Team. She has been a nurse since 2009 and has previously worked in emergency departments around the Denver area, with the State of Colorado Refugee Program and the Jefferson County Public Health Department. Katie is excited to be working with an organization that addresses many components of life that effect health while providing thoughtful care to families. What she enjoys most about nursing is meeting lots of different people from a variety of backgrounds. Katie is a lifelong resident of Colorado and enjoys spending time with her family, including her nieces. She enjoys traveling, learning new things and crafting.
In The Know
What Colorado is saying about healthcare

FREE Mental Health First Aid teaches how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders in your community. If you are local to the Denver area and want to sign up or you want more information on our training,
contact Char Patton at cpatton@doctorscare.org