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MIRA Bus Highlights
Colorado Department of Human Services- 2 Generation Opportunities: Innovative ways to address complex systemic challenges that impede families’ ability to reach their full potential.
At the onset of COVID19 and in times of great uncertainty, MIRA Bus was determined to bring hope by delivering the resources and services that people in Eagle County needed to thrive and move forward in this situation. Watch this interview of how organizations support the work of MIRA Bus.
Eagle County's MIRA Bus helps fire evacuees restart.
The Lake Christine Fire forced almost 2,000 mid-valley residents to flee their homes on the Fourth of July, 2018. Firefighters battled the flames, and, after several days, evacuees returned to houses littered with ash. Melina Valsecia, of Our Community Foundation, stands outside the house of a Lake Christine Fire evacuee in El Jebel.
*The data above was calculating using a impact tool from Mobile Health Map created by Harvard Medical School. www.mobilehealthmap.org
*The data the report above compares general data with medical services only, such as medical screenings and flu shot applications. Referrals to other services and community resources are not included in Impact Data, only medical services in the bus.
Addressing Social Determinants of (SDoH) are not included in the Impact Report for Medical Services.
Article: Mobile Health Clinic Model in the COVID-19 pandemic: lessons learned and opportunities
International Journal for Equity in Health, 2020.: https://equityhealthj.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.1186/s12939-020-01175-7