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9Health Fair is Colorado's largest volunteer-driven, non-profit health fair program that serves 100,000 people at 170 statewide 9Health Fair locations each year.
North Colorado Medical Center offers a variety of classes and health events. Wellness Services offers low-cost blood screenings open to community members; some immunizations are also available upon request and availability. Open labs are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month from 7:00am to 8:45 a.m. To schedule an appointment, call (970) 350-6633 at least 24-hours in advance.
The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment offers a variety of educational classes, screening and intervention programs.
Tobacco Free Weld is putting together Tobacco Cessation Classes. For more information call 970-304-6470 ext 2386.
Free resources are also available through the Colorado Quitline. The Colorado QuitLine is a FREE online service available to Colorado residents 15 years of age and over. When you become a member, you get special tools, a support team of coaches, research-based information, and a community of others trying to become tobacco free. Their expert coaches can talk to you about overcoming common barriers, such as dealing with stress, fighting cravings, coping with irritability, and controlling weight gain.
We also offer a free telephone service, so you can speak to a coach in person, if you would prefer. Through the telephone program you can receive a supply of patches too. Call the QuitLine at 1-800-QUIT-NOW or 1-800-784-8669.
The Women's Wellness Connection program offers free mammograms and pap tests to qualifying women with limited income or limited insurance 40 to 64 years of age, with emphasis on women age 50 to 64. The goal of the program, and its staff, is to reduce breast and cervical cancer mortality through the promotion of compliance with routine screening guidelines, and timely, diagnostic evaluation.