Boulder County Public Health works to prevent the spread of contagious diseases and to contain outbreaks.
Parents can protect their children and themselves against 14 vaccine-preventable diseases by scheduling regular visits with their healthcare provider. Public Health provides regular clinics and information about vaccine safety and vaccine schedules.
The Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) Vector Control Program aims to prevent the spread of disease from vectors (animals) to humans including information about rabies, West Nile virus, Plague, and Hantavirus.
Rapid HIV testing and counseling, Hepatitis C testing and counseling, and syringe exchange and harm reduction services for people who inject drugs.