Maternal Child Health Programs
We believe that good health begins before birth, and follows mother and child throughout their lives with the prevention, education, screening and the promotion of good health behaviors.
Please call the Public Health Nursing Office at (303) 670-7546 to make an appointment with our staff on the programs listed, or to get information on these programs. No office fee is charged for your visit. View the FAQs of the Public Nursing program for additional details.
- Free Pregnancy Testing
- Childhood immunizations
- Baby and Me Tobacco Free: Helps pregnant women quit smoking and stay quiet, utilizing a unique incentive program.
- Women, Infant and Children's Program (WIC): A food and nutrition program
- Nurse-Family Partnership Program (NFP): Summit County Public Health is the fiscal agent and program coordinator for this program which is committed to lasting improvements in the health and well-being of low-income, first-time parents and their children. Clear Creek Public Health Nursing Services is a part of this program. See a video on the program. Regional contact information for the video is Jerrie Lynne; phone (970) 668-9711. For an overview of the program, view the Summit Counties NFP Web page.
- Breastfeeding consultation
- Cavity Free at Three: Education and free fluoride treatment for children four years and under.
- Children with Special Health Care Needs (HCP) A Registered Nurse (RN) provides care coordination and resources to families who have children with special needs.
- Prenatal Plus: A Registered Nurse provides case management, nutrition counseling, and psychosocial services to pregnant women.
- Lead screening
- Family Health Advocate: Helps navigate mothers and families to health services and makes referrals
- Healthy Communities Program: Referrals for medical services for Medicaid and CHP+
- Parenting Classes