Colorado's Vaccine Rollout Plan
Visit https://covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine for more information about the vaccine
dtc family health does not have the covid-19 vaccine
for information and updates about the vaccine
Please inform our office IMMEDIATELY if you test positive for COVID-19 so we may follow up and provide you with the care you need.
COVID - 19 Testing Sites
Find your closest testing site by exploring this map.
Orange sites are free/no out-of-pocket cost
Blue sites may have out-of-pocket costs
To learn about hours of operation, holiday hours, and registration details visit the Tri-County Health Department website for more information.
This has been a trying time for everyone, filled with uncertainty and fear. We all have concerns about our health and that of our loved ones. We are worried about our children and our parents. Added to this is apprehension about the economy, and concerns about job security. Many of us have been taken out of our comfort zones and thrust into a new world of telecommuting and Zoom calls. On top of this is the inability to do the things that normally make us feel better…going to the gym, hanging out with friends, traveling.
Those with no history of anxiety or depression are having to learn what these symptoms feel like and how difficult it can be to keep them under control. Those who do have a history of mental illness are struggling with worsening symptoms and are trying to develop new coping mechanisms.
Whichever group you may belong to, please reach out. If you are not sleeping well, cannot motivate, are having panic attacks, are losing your temper too easily with family or are just struggling with the anxiety about loosening our social restrictions we can try to help.
Schedule a mental health checkup on the portal or call the office – You can schedule these by clicking “Schedule Appointment” on this website, on your patient portal or by calling our office at (303) 771-3939.
Stay safe and well,
DTC Family Health Providers and Staff
We continue to be in close contact with the Centers for Disease Control "CDC" and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment "CDPHE".