Clear Creek County Public and Environmental Health

  • 1531 Colorado Boulevard
    Idaho Springs, CO - 80452

  • (303) 670-7546

Clear Creek County Public and Environmental Health

Clear Creek County Public and Environmental Health General Services and Programs.

  • Cardio-vascular Health Screening
  • Free Cholesterol and Blood Sugar Checks are offered to those 18 years and older.

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  • Walk-ins Monday 8:00 AM - 11:15 AM and
  • By appointment Tuesdays-Fridays at the Community Resource Center in Idaho Springs.

(Please note, an eight-hour fast gives the most accurate results. Allow 30 minutes for screening.)

Appointments also available at the Court House Campus in Georgetown.

For appointment call Carolyn at (720) 837-8343.

Services Offered:

  • Hypertension Screening (High Blood Pressure)
  • Home Health Assessment for referrals to Home Health Services
  • Adult Immunizations Annual seasonal flu shot clinics
  • TB testing and follow-up
  • Communicable disease investigation and treatment
  • Maternal/Child Health Services and Programs
  • Free Pregnancy Testing
  • Childhood immunizations
  • Baby and Me Tobacco Free.

Tobacco use prevention for new mothers

  • Local Tobacco Prevention Programs

Women, Infant and Children's Program (WIC):

  • Nutrition and health education program Breastfeeding Education, counseling and breast pump loaner program

Nurse-Family Partnership Program:

  • A free program for first-time mothers

Cavity Free by Three:

  • Education and free fluoride treatment for children four years and under Children with Special Health Care Needs (HCP) Case management assistance to families with a child's special health care need

Prenatal Plus:

  • Nursing staff will assist clients for healthy pregnancy outcomes


Breastfeeding is a health choice that is now an important consideration for women with children need to research. The Sergeon General's office along with the Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies be fed with only human milk for the first six months of their lives. From six months to a year, breastfeeding should be supplemented with the introduction of solid foods.

Human breast milk protects both the Mother and child from disease. Studies support that women who do not breastfeed are more likely to develop ovarian and breast cancer along with obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.

Children's Health Centers generally provide health care to children and young people up to the age of twenty one. Children's health care services include: acute care, emergency care, and well-child care services. Immunization services and histories are maintained as children are properly vaccinated.

Immunization programs uphold the health departments missions to promote and protect the health of our community through prevention and preparedness today, for a healthier tomorrows by providing immunization services to protect residents and visitors from vaccine preventable diseases.

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