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March 17, 2020

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SWCAHEC is committed to the safety and well-being of our community members. With this in mind, we are taking the following measures to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19. SWCAHEC is putting the following guidelines in place:
  • As of Monday, March 16, the SWCAHEC office at 701 Camino de Rio, Suite 320 will be closed until April 13th. The situation will be assessed at that time for future closure.
  • SWCAHEC staff will be working remotely and available via email. We will continue all programming virtually until further notice.
  • All meetings and/or trainings will take place by phone or Zoom video conferencing, rather than in person.
  • The following in-person events have been postponed except ones offered via ZOOM:
    • Naloxone Training, Fort Lewis College, March 24th (will be offered via ZOOM)
    • AHEC Scholars Collaborative Meeting, SWCAHEC Office, March 30 (will be offered via ZOOM)
    • QMAP Training, SWCAHEC Office, April 9th and 10 - New Dates TBD
    • QPR Training, Fort Lewis College, April 7th - New Date TBD
    • Nursing Education and Celebration Event, May 7th - New Date TBD
  • Information about in-person events after May 15th will be forthcoming.
Thank you for your consideration of these guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Kate Hartzell, Executive Director, at kate.hartzell@swcahec.org.
The following are some links with updated information related to both local disease information as well as the larger disease outbreak.
San Juan Basin Public Health Information: https://sjbpublichealth.org/coronavirus/
National Information: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
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Naloxone training scheduled for March 24th Online Via ZOOM

Time: Mar 24, 2020 06:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
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A free training in the administration of Narcan to reverse opioid overdoses. Learn how to save a life, reversing the effects of heroin or prescription opioid overdoses with a short training on the basics of Narcan administration. No prior medical knowledge or skills are required. The training is comprised of a short lecture on the brain science behind opioid overdoses, safety protocol, and an overview of Colorado Good Samaritan Law.

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QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Gatekeeper Training
We feel that the in-person component of the training is very important, and cannot be replicated online.
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Spring break will be extended by one week and will begin Monday, March 16. This extra week will allow us to transition most courses to remote learning so we can minimize the number of people on campus and practice social distancing with courses that will still need to be held in person. We will begin this new format on Monday, March 30. CCCOnline classes will continue as scheduled. PCC Online students should contact their instructor to see how the class will proceed.

Visit www.pueblocc.edu/COVID-19 for the latest news

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City Closing Facilities and Canceling/Modifying Upcoming Meetings
Durango, CO: As a proactive mitigation effort, the City of Durango is coordinating with San Juan Basin Public Health and La Plata County to take measures to ensure our staff and community members are not exposed to or contributing to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID- 19).
City of Durango facility closures effective Monday, March 16:

Durango Community Recreation Center
Chapman Hill
Durango Gymnastics
Durango Public Library
Visit City of Durango website for detail.

Other helpful resources include the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the CDC and the COHelp line at 877-462-2911.
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We are excited to announce the launch of a new state funded initiative to create a network of healthcare providers around the state dedicated to serving children impacted by child maltreatment. The goal of the program is to improve local access to quality medical evaluations for children under 6 years old with a concern of physical abuse/neglect and children under 13 years old with concern of sexual abuse.
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