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Dear Friends,

Here at Mountain Family we want you to know that if you’ve lost employment or health insurance, we are here for you. COVID-19 has forced many local employers in Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin Counties to furlough or layoff staff as local economies have been decimated. Thousands of individuals have lost employment or their primary source of income over the past two months. If you’ve been laid off, furloughed, or seen a significant reduction in your primary source of income, you may be eligible for Medicaid health insurance coverage or federal subsidies for commercial health insurance coverage. You may also call us to speak with one of our Outreach and Enrollment specialists about applying for Colorado Medicaid coverage or commercial health insurance coverage

As local communities start to reopen slowly and safely, Mountain Family Health Centers will continue to provide both telehealth and safe, in-clinic, medical, behavioral, and dental care at convenient locations across Garfield, Eagle, and Pitkin Counties.

Also know that Mountain Family Health Centers has begun testing those with symptoms for the Novel Coronavirus 2019. Testing is by appointment only and conducted in the parking lot of the Glenwood Springs clinic. Symptomatic individuals may also call Mountain Family to schedule a telehealth appointment to assess symptoms and to determine appropriate action. Those with primary care providers outside of Mountain Family Health Centers should obtain a referral from one’s health care provider after it has been determined that the symptoms are suspected to be COVID-19.

To make a telehealth appointment or in-clinic medical, behavioral, or dental appointment at Mountain Family, call us at 970-945-2840. To learn more about telehealth care, visit us online at: For our locations and hours of operation, visit: We look forward to seeing you soon.

Best regards,
Ross Brooks, Chief Executive Officer, Patient