Public Health offers COVID-19 vaccine mini-grants
To promote vaccination and protect residents locally, Garfield County Public Health (GCPH) announces and is accepting applications for a new COVID-19 vaccine mini-grant program. A total of ten mini-grants, ranging from $500 to $2,500 will be awarded in a selection process held by Garfield County Public Health.
COVID-19 mini grants
Immunocompromised individuals can get extra vaccine dose at public health
Immunocompromised individuals can now get an extra dose of COVID-19 vaccine at any scheduled Garfield County Public Health COVID-19 clinic. Boosters for the public are not recommended at this time. This recommendation pertains to immunocompromised persons who received the mRNA two-dose vaccine series.
Extra vaccine dose
COVID information and resources
Garfield County Public Health Department – working to promote health and prevent disease.
Our vision is that residents of Garfield County will have access to resources that promote optimal health, safety and well-being.
The Garfield County Public Health Department is committed to the highest standards of health for individuals and communities.
Program and services
- Blood pressure screenings
- Car seat checks
- Communicable disease surveillance
- Early periodic screening, diagnosis, and treatment for Medicaid clients (EPSDT)
- Environmental health
- Health care program for children with special needs (HCP)
- Health education
- Immunizations for children and adults
- Prenatal case management
- Tobacco prevention
- Travel vaccinations
- Women, Infants and Children nutritional supplement program (WIC)