From mental health to food insecurity, how the pandemic’s affecting Colorado

November 2, 2021
Hannah Wyatt Sultan hugging her nurse Leah Moser before her last ECT treatment at UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital in Longmont on Sept. 23, 2021. Hannah Wyatt Sultan hugging her nurse Leah Moser before her last ECT treatment at UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital in Longmont on Sept. 23, 2021. Andrea Dukakis/CPR News
A new survey from the Colorado Health Institute looks at the impact of COVID and maps how Coloradans feel in a number of areas, including mental health.

COVID-19 has found its way into nearly all facets of our life. From employment, housing, financial security and even how respected people feel at the doctor’s office. So, how are Coloradans holding up with all this pressure? A new survey from the nonpartisan health research group “Colorado Health Institute” provides some answers.  CHI's president, Michele Lueck breaks it down.