Emergency Preparedness & Response

  1. Current Events

    Each month the Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) focuses on providing information to the public regarding a particular topic of interest.

  2. Health Alert Network

    The Health Alert Network (HAN) provides a method of sharing information about urgent public health incidents with local partners. The HAN provides a robust interoperable platform for the rapid distribution of public health information.

  3. Healthcare Coalition

    The Tri-County Health Department EPR Healthcare Coalition is a multi-disciplinary team working to educate community and partner organizations and continuously improve health and medical systems through preparedness planning, training, and policy development.

  4. Partners

    The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) works very closely with a wide variety of partners within Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, as well as the Denver Metro region and Statewide.

  5. Regional Specialty Coalition

    The Tri-County Health Department has established the Alternate Treatment Center Coalition to share awareness of existing resources available for disaster planning and response, to train on processes and plans in place to access support through the local health department, and to provide a networking opportunity with community members for nursing homes, dialysis centers, and hospice centers alongside the traditional Emergency Preparedness and Response (EPR) Healthcare Coalition members.

  6. Syndromic Surveillance/Meaningful Use Declaration

    Learn how Tri-County Health Department monitors and responds to harmful health effects from diseases and hazardous conditions and also for information on Tri-County Health Department's Declaration of Readiness to Receive Syndromic Surveillance Data for Hospitals in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.

  7. Volunteer for Rocky Mountain MRC

    The Tri-County Health Department sponsors the Rocky Mountain Medical Reserve Corps of Colorado (RMMRCO) for all of their volunteer needs.