Who We Are
Routt County Public Health provides a wide range of Public Health services to Routt County residents and, in some programs, the region. Economic, geographic, and social circumstances all impact our long-term health outcomes, and achieving health equity is a public health priority.
Public Health Services include:
- COVID-19 Vaccinations
- COVID-19 Resources
- Influenza (Flu) Vaccinations
- Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program
- Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)'s Free At-home STI Testing Program
- School and Child Care Lead Testing Program Resources
- TB Testing
- Please call for more information
- Harm Reduction Kits
- Available free-of-cost at the Routt County Public Health office
- Include nasal naloxone, fentanyl test strips and information about how to use them
- OpiRescue: A free smartphone app that helps first responders recognize overdoses, reverse them with naloxone, and report them.
- Health Education
- Data Analysis and Strategic Planning
- Disease Surveillance and Response
- Emergency Preparedness for Health and Medical Services
- Child Fatality Reviews
- Maternal Child Health Programming
- Community Health Assessment Planning System
- Public Health Improvement Planning
Have you lost your COVID Vaccination Card?
You can now use the myColorado™ app to access your COVID-19 vaccine record.
Please note that we are proud to announce that we can accept the following health insurance plans at this time: Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), UMR, United Healthcare, CIGNA, Medicare Part B, and Medicaid.
The Routt County Public Health Department serves to promote and protect optimal community health through leadership, prevention, response, and partnerships. Strategies include:
- Creatively enhancing knowledge and cultivating behavior which contributes to a healthy community
- Providing services to prevent and treat communicable diseases
- Planning and coordinating public health services in emergencies
- Assessing the community’s health status and making continuous proactive improvement to assure that health needs are met in the most effective and efficient way
- Acting as an expert resource on communicable disease, prevention education, and population health
- Supporting policies that make the places we live, learn, work and play healthy, safe and vibrant