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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

SJBPH is responding to the global outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel or new coronavirus, first identified in early December 2019. Before this current outbreak, people had never experienced or been made sick by this virus. SJBPH is diligently working in Archuleta and La Plata counties, to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The information below is intended to assist citizens in Durango, Pagosa Springs, and all of the towns and unincorporated areas of Southwest Colorado in staying healthy and safe during this pandemic.

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Community members needing copies of birth and death certificates should submit applications online or by mail. SJBPH staff is available to assist with questions and payment online or by phone. All certified copies will be returned to applicants via mail. Due to this change, there will be a slight delay in receiving a birth or death certificate. SJBPH Sexual Health and Immunization clinics will be available for consults over the phone, birth control pickups, and essential appointments. Other client-centered services are still serving clients over the phone or with alternative modes of interaction. Call one of our team members to find out more:

Durango Office Front Desk 970-247-5702
Pagosa Springs Office Front Desk 970-264-2409
Vital Statistics 970-247-5702 or 970-264-2409
Care Coordination 970-335-2073
Communications 970-335-2044
Environmental Health 970-335-2052
Immunization Clinic 970-335-2011
Health Insurance Literacy 970-335-2021
Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) 970-335-2083
Public Health Emergency and Response 970-335-2017
SafeCare 970-335-2041
Women Infants and Children (WIC) 970-335-2018
Sexual Health Clinic 970-335-2015
Single Entry point/ Options for Long term Care 970-335-2075
Thriving Communities 970-335-2091

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