Public Health

Contact Us

  • Phone: 970-328-8840

    Avon
    100 W. Beaver Creek Blvd. 107
    P.O. Box 3419
    Avon, Colorado 81620
    Phone: 970-328-9813

    Eagle
    551 Broadway
    P.O. Box 660
    Eagle, Colorado 81631
    Phone: 970-328-8840

    El Jebel
    0020 Eagle County Drive, Suite E
    El Jebel, Colorado 81623
    Phone: 970-328-9586

    Fax: 855-848-8829
    (all locations)

Estoy Sano - English


  • ¡Estoy Sano! Cooking Show: Learn to cook healthy, delicious and affordable meals. Wednesdays at 1 p.m., Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Saturdays at 10 a.m. on ecotv18, channel 18 on both cable systems in the Eagle Valley. The shows and recipes can also be viewed below, or at www.ecotv18.com¡Estoy Sano! Cooking Show Recipes
     
  • Health Tips on La Nueva Mix Radio (103.5 FM): Tips by Community Health Advocate Claudia Hilty, Mondays between 2 and 4 p.m.
  • Buy Fresh, Local Produce: Avon Farmers Market now accepts SNAP benefits (food stamps). If you use food assistance, visit Mountain Products tent to swipe your Colorado Quest Card and receive DOUBLE the value in tokens to spend on fresh, healthy food at the market.  For example, $1 in food stamps = $2 to spend at the Avon Farmers Market on eligible food items.  Only up to $20 will be doubled, tokens cannot be redeemed for cash but can be saved for use at future markets.    
  • PhotoVoice: This project enables people to record and reflect their experiences and their community conditions related to health, encourages critical consciousness by choosing, discussing and reflecting on photos, and can reach policy makers and/or the general public with a goal of raising awareness or bringing about change. Flyer about the Estoy Sano PhotoVoice project.  PhotoVoice final report.
  • Tomando Control:  Tomando Control, taught entirely in Spanish, teaches and supports participants in making better choices and practicing self-management.  These culturally competent classes are highly participatory, where mutual support and success build the participants’ confidence in their ability to manage their health and maintain an active and fulfilling life.  Tomando Control was developed and evidence-based by Stanford University.  Tomando Control classes run for six weeks, 2.5 hours per class session and are FREE to anyone ages 18 and over. 

    Overview of accomplishments during 2012-2015 Health Disparities Grant Program Funding

    Go to the Spanish version of this page.


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    For more information, contact:
    Katie Haas, Healthy Communities Coordinator: 970-328-8855 or katie.haas@eaglecounty.us

    ¡Estoy Sano! Cooking Show Recipes