At Grand County Rural Health Network, we believe everyone has the right to healthcare and to understand how to access that care. 


We have the resources and capabilities to help everyone living in our community access care.


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GCRHN in the News

Seeing the Big Picture in Grand County

By Kristin Jones, The Colorado Trust


Jen Fanning is the Executive Director of the Grand County Rural Health Network.  The Network is part of a cohort of 18 health organizations across the state that are working together to advocate for health equity, with support from The Colorado Trust.  

Read more here to learn about Jen's work on health equity.


Access to mental health services remains top priority in health plan for Grand County

McKenna Harford, Sky-Hi News
January 26, 2019

Access to mental healthcare, housing and transportation are some of the county's top health priorities, according to the new Grand County Public Health Improvement Plan.

The county health improvement plan is a five-year guiding document that identifies health priorities, provides health data and gives actionable suggestions for the Grand County Public Health office and other local health organizations.

This year's health improvement plan identifies six priorities: access to mental health; housing; transportation; lack of social services; substance abuse; and preventative health.

For the full article, continue reading here






photo by Byron Hetzler, Sky-Hi News

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If you are a health provider located in Grand County, contact Christine at

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The Network is co-located with two other nonprofits / departments!

416 Byers Ave, P.O. Box 95, Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451
Office:  970-725-3477;  Fax:  970-725-3478