Healthy Community, Thriving Businesses. The Arvada Chamber remains committed to that mission for Arvada during what has been an unprecedented and difficult week for all businesses across the country. Our priority is the health of our community, your business, and your employees. As such, we have formulated the following responses and strategies to advance strong economic activity in line with factual health recommendations from our member partners.
Coronavirus Business Toolkit
The Arvada Chamber is closely tracking the impact of the Coronavirus for our businesses and the Arvada community. This toolkit includes advice on how your business and family can plan for and respond to the virus.
Arvada Chamber Hosts Discussion on the Colorado Public Health Insurance Option
On Friday, February 21, 2020, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce hosted a Community Impact Breakfast to discuss the Colorado public healthcare option. Last session, state lawmakers directed agencies to create a public health insurance option available to all Colorado residents. Industry leaders explained at this event how a public option works and implications for businesses, providers and consumers.
A New Solution to Save YOU Money on Healthcare Costs
The Arvada Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Arvada Healthcare Alliance. Healthcare concerns are growing for our members and their families and we are focused on improving your local healthcare rates and access through the collective negotiating power of the Chamber.
We are committed to identifying local partnerships that will lead to Arvada having the healthiest workforce in Colorado. As we start 2020, we will kick off a pilot program with 30 businesses who would like to receive Direct Primary Care through Paladina.