Community Health Partners

Here in San Miguel County there are a wide array of organizations that offer low-cost and no-cost health-related services and resources to the public. If you are in need of assistance regarding mental, behavioral, sexual or physical health, please explore this list of other community health organizations in and around the county. All of these organizations have Spanish-speaking providers or provide translation services. 

Health and Human Services

Tri-County Health Network 


Tri-County Health Network is a non-profit organization that provides access to no-cost or low-cost services that support the health and well-being of area residents, assuring equitable care throughout our community.

Services include:

  • Crisis resources, including emergency funds

  • Reduced cost mental health therapy, teletherapy, and support groups

  • Health insurance guidance & enrollment assistance

  • Latino support services, including immigration counseling  

  • In-home care coordination, including senior services and palliative care

  • Food resource assistance

  • Nutrition education

  • Brain health therapy and education courses

  • Transportation

  • Free dental care for children

  • Affordable prescription eyewear

San Miguel County Social Services



San Miguel County Department of Social Services is the local government office that provides economic, social and logistical support to children, youth, families, seniors and people with disabilities, with the goal of helping residents achieve safety, independence and self-sufficiency. Documentation requirements vary by program. 

Services include:

  • Adult and Child Protective Services (State Hotline 1-844-CO-4-KIDS)

  • Child Support Services

  • Child Care Assistance (CCCAP)

  • Colorado Works - Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) 

  • Food Assistance (SNAP) 

  • Low Income Energy Assistance (LEAP)

  • Medicaid eligibility determination

  • Old age pension and long-term care eligibility determination

Medical Centers

Telluride Regional Medical Center (TRMC) and Uncompahgre Medical Center (UMC)

TRMC in Telluride and UMC in Norwood are the primary medical facilities that serve San Miguel County. Both offer primary and behavioral health care, and emergency/after hours services. UMC also offers dental and a pharmacy on-site. The two medical centers aim to provide accessible, affordable and equitable care to the community, and offer reduced fees for patients who are uninsured or financially disadvantaged. To learn more about financial assistance and insurance guidance, please click the links below:

Telluride Regional Medical Center

(970) 728-3848

Uncompahgre Medical Center


 Other Clinics 

Egnar/Dove Creek - Dove Creek Integrated Healthcare


West End of Montrose County - Basin Clinic


Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault 

San Miguel Resource Center

844-816-3915 (toll-free 24 hour local crisis helpline)

970-728-5660 (office)

The San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC) offers fully confidential, 24-hour local assistance to anyone affected by interpersonal violence, stalking and sexual assault. SMRC strives to empower individuals in transitioning from “victim” to “survivor” through ongoing compassion-based care.

Services Include:

  • 24 hour local crisis helpline

  • Emergency shelter and financial assistance 

  • Personal and legal advocacy 

  • Counseling services 

  • Support group

Other Community Resources

  • A comprehensive list of community resources is under development

  • In the meantime, please contact Public Health for more information (970-728-4289,