Services and Locations

Services for residents provided by the Adams County Health Department (ACHD) include immunizations; sexual health; harm reduction; nurse-family partnership; Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and breastfeeding support; nurse support program; and diabetes education. 

Learn more about each service below and see which services are provided at each ACHD location. Walk-in services are not available at any of our locations. Please use the contact information provided to learn more or schedule an appointment. 

For address and operating hours information for each location, visit our Office Locations page. 

Environmental Health

Focuses on preventing communicable diseases and environmental conditions that could be harmful to health through education and consultation, response and investigation, and enforcement of regulations. 

Call 303.288.6816 for more information.

Location(s) offering these services: Commerce City


We offer routine, COVID, and flu vaccine for children and adults. Low- and no-cost immunizations are available for uninsured children and adults. Available to adults while funds last. We also perform tuberculosis screening (PPD/TB skin test).

Call 303.451.0123 to make an appointment.

  • Routine childhood and adult vaccines

  • COVID-19 and flu vaccines

  • Tuberculosis (TB) screening

  • Travel Vaccines

Location(s) offering these services: Westminster

Sexual Health

We provide confidential birth control and sexual health services to all genders to promote the sexual health of all patients. Services are available to anyone regardless of gender, age, marital status, income, or proof of residence.

Call 303.363.3018 to make an appointment.

  • Annual health review

  • Birth control and family planning services

  • Pregnancy testing

  • HIV and STI testing

  • Pelvic exams

  • Cervical and breast cancer screening

  • And more

Locations offering these services: North Broadway and Westminster

Harm Reduction and HIV Prevention

Harm reduction is a set of ideas and interventions that seek to reduce the harms associated with drug use and ineffective drug policies. Our program was created using an evidenced based approach that aims to reduce health and social harms associated with substance use. We provide a safe, non-judgmental place to exchange used syringes for sterile injection equipment. We want to empower participants to maintain and improve their own health while also preventing opioid overdose and HIV/Hepatitis C transmission within our community.

Email [email protected] or call 303.363.3077 for more information.

Nurse-Family Partnership

Nurse-Family Partnership® (NFP) is a voluntary, community health home visitation program, for women who are having their first baby. The program is dedicated to helping first time mothers of any age have a healthy pregnancy, become knowledgeable and successful parents, and provide their babies with the best possible start in life.

Call 303.255.6246 for more information or to see if you’re eligible.

  • Provides home visit support to first-time parents

  • Improved confidence and enjoyment in parenting

  • Builds a strong network of support for you and your baby


The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program is a critical tool in improving health and nutrition for mothers, babies, and young children. 

Use the contact information for each location to schedule an appointment or schedule online at

  • Provides healthy food, nutrition education, breastfeeding guidance, and community support to income-eligible pregnant women and moms of infants and/or children up to five years old.

Locations offering these services: Bennett (provided virtually through Commerce City location), Brighton, Commerce City, North Broadway, Westminster

Nurse Support Program

Our home visitor nurses are here for you and your family to guide you through a healthy and balanced lifestyle with our free program. We provide nursing services, support, education, and care coordination to families with small children in Adams County. County Human Services offices identify families and individuals that could benefit from our services, but anyone on Medicaid, WIC, or SNAP/Food Stamps can be on the Nurse Support Program.

Call 303.815.0046 for more information or to see if you are eligible.

  • Provides home visit support to eligible families

Diabetes Education and Prevention

Email [email protected] or call 720.266.2971 for more information.

  • Provides free courses on proper diabetes management

  • Teaches skills for keeping blood sugars in target range

  • Provides support to promote long-term health

Vital Records

This division issues certified birth and death certificates that occurred in any Colorado county. Certified birth and death certificates are legal documents printed on forgery-resistant safety paper with watermarks, raised engraving, background security patterns, and a unique certificate identification number. 

Call 720.200.1401 or schedule an appointment online.

Location offering these services: Commerce City