Community meeting in Granby to discuss health and human services in Grand County

Sky-Hi News Staff Report

The Grand County Rural Health Network is hosting a community meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27 at the Granby Community Center.

According to Jen Fanning, Executive Director of the Grand County Rural Health Network the meeting will include an outline of the current landscape of health and human services.

During the meeting representatives from health and human services in the county will discuss the health services provided in the county and help interpret all the categories in supportive services.

Additionally, they will help attendees to understand what happens when services go away and how the programs will shift.

The most important aspect of this meeting is that residents discuss what health services are important to them, Fanning said. She wants to hear from citizens, health care providers, commissioners, non-profits, town mayors, and the people who use their services.

Other topics will address how all health services departments can do business better in Grand County, dispelling rumors, discussing long-term ideas and solutions for health and human services in Grand County.

“Since everything is changing we want to use all our resources more efficiently,” said Fanning.

Food will be provided and childcare is offered as long as attendees RSVP to or 970-725-3477.

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