Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2011
Many workers throughout Colorado have earnings that fall far short of what’s needed to meet basic family needs, even if their income is well above what the federal government classifies as poor.
The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2011 offers a detailed accounting of the cost of living for different family types in each of the state’s 64 counties.
Contact: Tracey Stewart
Family Economic Security Program manager
303-573-5669, ext. 314
Released Oct. 28, 2011
Fact sheets show the dynamics of self-sufficiency in each Colorado county
The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2011 includes data for each of Colorado's 64 counties. CCLP has also prepared 64 one-page fact sheets with data from the report for easier reference.