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Special Services

If you require any of the following services, please tell our staff when you register as a patient or schedule an appointment:

  • Spanish interpretation
  • Sign language interpretation
  • Health care services for migrant/seasonal farmworkers, homeless individuals and families, and for those living with HIV/AIDS.

Migrant/Seasonal Farmworker Services

Pueblo Community Health Center is proud to offer special services and rates for Pueblo County’s agricultural community. During annual peak growing seasons, we extend our hours of operation and visit migrant/seasonal farm workers in the fields of Eastern Pueblo County. We encourage preventive and routine physical exams, as well as appropriate immunizations. These special residents are especially susceptible to work-related infections and injuries, so Pueblo Community Health Center provides the education and direct services needed to protect the agricultural workers.

For more information,or to enroll as a Migrant/Seasonal Farm-worker, please call:
Migrant/Seasonal Farmworker, Program Coordinator 
(719) 543-8711
Farmworker@pueblochc.org


Homeless Services

Pueblo Community Health Center is the only health care provider in Pueblo County with a clinic dedicated to serving the homeless population. PCHC defines "homeless" very simply: lacking permanent housing. The individuals and families we serve at our homeless clinic may be found staying in homeless shelters, sleeping on the street or in a vehicle, in a transitional housing program or moving from place to place.

An individual may also be considered homeless if they are unable to maintain their housing situation and are forced to stay with a series of friends and/or extended family members. Individuals who are released from a prison or a hospital may be considered homeless if they do not have a stable housing situation to which they can return.

Pueblo Community Health Center is proud to offer health care services to the homeless people of Pueblo. Our Health Care for the Homeless program is located at 1008 N. Grand Avenue, Pueblo, CO 81003. We are a proud member of the National Healthcare for the Homeless Council.

 

Health Care for the Homeless, Program Coordinator 
(719) 543-8711
hch@pueblochc.org


HIV/AIDS Services

The Ryan White Title III, Early Intervention Services is for people infected with or at high risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS. Services are available at a reduced cost for low-income or uninsured patients.

Pueblo Community Health Center provides outpatient early intervention and primary medical care services for people with HIV/AIDS in Pueblo, Alamosa, Baca, Bent, Chaffee, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero, Prowers, Rio Grande, and Saguache Counties.

Program Services include:

  • Walk-in, confidential testing
  • HIV counseling, testing and referral services
  • Medical evaluation and clinical care
  • Pharmaceutical care
  • Oral health care
  • Drug therapy adherence counseling
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Outpatient mental health care
  • Outpatient substance abuse counseling
  • Referrals and coordination with specialty care
  • Coordination with Social Services

Click here to view the EIS Patient Guide

For more information regarding patient enrollment, primary and comprehensive care services, and referrals, please contact:
Ryan White Title III, Program Coordinator 
(719) 543-8711
eis@pueblochc.org

Please call (719) 543-8711 before coming to a clinic so we can determine how best to safely meet your needs. All patients/visitors are required to wear a mask while in any PCHC facility. The PCHC dental clinic is open and treating emergencies and providing other limited services - call 564-4823 for more information. PCHC is referring patients who need a COVID-19 test to the Colorado State Fairgrounds testing site (open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and every second and fourth Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

AAAHC Notice of Accreditation Survey

Pueblo Community Health Center has voluntarily requested this accreditation survey as a means of having a third-party review of the entire organization to build upon strengths or identify opportunities to improve its delivery of safe, high-quality health care. PCHC’s AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.) survey dates are set for October 26-27, 2020. Review the full notice here.