Insurance Assistance Programs

State and federally certified Enrollment Navigators can help determine your eligibility for Medicaid, Colorado Health Plan Plus (CHP+), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and Colorado’s Insurance Marketplace. From determining eligibility to filling out the application and making certain that you understand and know how to use your coverage– our Navigators will help you through the entire enrollment process. Click here to read further.

SKIPPY: San Juan Kids Cavity Prevention Program 
A mobile school-based cavity prevention program serving children ages 1 – 12. Administered twice a year by dental hygienists and Navigators, services include oral exam, x-rays, cleaning, fluoride treatment, and sealants. Click here to read further.

Health Advocacy 

In the Fall of 2014 Tri-County Health Network used a Community Health Needs Assessment to examine the health status indicators for populations living in Ouray, San Miguel and West Montrose counties. This survey was used to identify key problems and assets in these communities as they relate to health and healthcare. The goal of the assessment is to develop strategies that address the communities’ issues as identified by the assessment.
Click Here to see the results!

Community Health Workers
Community Health Workers provide biometric testing to screen underserved people for risk of diabetes and heart disease and offer 1-to-1 peer support to engage people in managing lifestyle changes to improve overall health. Click here to read further.

Chronic Disease Outreach & Prevention
Patient Health Navigators, aligned with our partner clinics, share the goal of improving the overall health of patients with diabetes and heart disease by promoting healthy behaviors and encouraging self-management of chronic disease to improve the patient’s overall quality of life. 
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Regional Medical Shuttle
A non-emergency shuttle service providing area residents with transportation to medical and dental appointments in Montrose and Grand Junction. Click here to read further.

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