Events & Classes

Tri-County Health Network offers a wide range of events and classes to support the health of our community.

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Wellness Screenings

What should you expect at a wellness screen?

First, a Community Health Worker will check your blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose, BMI and more to determine your baseline numbers. Then, you will jointly develop SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based) and and action plan. Rounding out the meeting is nutrition guidance and health coaching.


Telluride – Wilkinson Public Library – 100 W Pacific Avenue

Norwood – Lone Cone Library – 1455 S Pinon Street

Naturita – WEEDC – 217 W Main Street

Montrose – Our Town Matters – 1245 E Main Street and MADA – 17 N 6th Street

Ridgway – Public Library
300 Charles St


Cooking Matters

Cooking Matters is a free evidence-based course that teaches participants how to grocery shop, cook, and eat healthy meals while on a budget. Sign up for the classes that interest you most!

Desplácese hacia abajo para ver las clases que se imparten en español.

Courses will take place at the Telluride High School Culinary Room on Tuesday August 3rd and Thursday August 5th from 6-7pm.

Making Recipes Work for You- Tuesday, Aug 3, 6-7pm: This session will discuss how to substitute ingredients in recipes, practice using recipe frameworks, and share meal ideas that allow each family member to choose the toppings or ingredients that they enjoy.

Money Saver Alert- Thursday, Aug 5, 6-7pm: This session will discuss how to use everything that you have (or have access to), practice using ‘hard to utilize’ ingredients in a variety of recipes, and discuss how to save foods that you can’t use right away and how to limit food waste with children while still introducing new foods.

Register for individual classes you are interested in below.


Cooking Matters en Español

Cuando: Cada miércoles a las 2:30PM-3pm

Donde: M.A.D.A 17 N 6th Street Montrose, CO

Horario de clases

  • La Cocina Familiar — 14 de julio
  • Ahorrando Dinero — 21 de julio
  • Bebidas Saludables — 28 de julio
  • No más locura en la hora de comer — 4 de agosto
  • Hacer Que las Recetas Funcionen Para Usted — 11 de agosto

Bono adicional: ¡reciba una tarjeta de regalo de $10 para comida después de cada clase!

La cocina importa es un curso gratuito basado en evidencia que enseña a los participantes cómo comprar alimentos, cocinar y comer comidas saludables mientras tienen un presupuesto.

El plan de estudios expone a los participantes a las lecciones de nutrición, la preparación de comidas y el presupuesto de alimentos. La clase interactiva en línea también anima a los participantes a compartir y discutir sus conocimientos y las barreras para adoptar una nutrición más saludable. Las clases se imparten por Darlene Mora una vez cada semana por 60 minutos.


TCHNetwork Caregiver Series

The TCHNetwork Caregiver Series is a 5 part educational series led by TCHNetwork and the Alzheimer’s Association. Learn how you can support older adults and people living with Alzheimer’s in this online education series.

See below for dates and educational topics:

Wednesday, May 19

  • Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Aging and Disability Resources for Colorado – Tri-County Health Network

Wednesday, June 16

  • Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s – Alzheimer’s Association
  • What are the differences between Home Health, Hospice, and Home Care?
    Who pays for what?- Tri-County Health Network

Wednesday, July 21

  • Effective Communication Strategies – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Understanding & Responding to Dementia Related Behaviors – Alzheimer’s Association
    Behavioral and Mental Health Resources – Tri-County Health Network

Wednesday, August 18

  • Dementia Conversations – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Care Coordination Programs – Tri-County Health Network

Wednesday, September 15

  • Legal and Financial Planning – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Applying for Public Benefits & Long Term Care Medicaid Programs – Tri-County Health Network


NAMI Family to Family 

NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8-session educational program for family, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions.

Begins: February 8th

When: Mondays 5:30pm-8pm.

Where: Taught by Paul and Julia via Zoom.

In this evidence-based program you will learn:

  • How to solve problems and communicate effectively
  • Taking care of yourself and managing your stress
  • Supporting your loved one with compassion
  • Finding and using local supports and services
  • Up-to-date information on mental health conditions and how they affect the brain
  • How to handle a crisis
  • Current treatments and therapies
  • The impact of mental health conditions on the entire family


Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Stay tuned for more Diversity, Equity & Inclusion coming soon!


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