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Working with Our Partners to Improve the Health and Safety of Las Animas and Huerfano Counties
Since 2003, public health agencies around the world have been preparing for threats such as natural disasters, terrorist attacks and pandemics. In Las Animas and Huerfano Counties Public Health, we have been working to increase our capacity to respond to emergencies by strengthening old partnerships and creating new ones.
The program involves state, regional, and local emergency response partners working with the public to enhance the overall ability of communities in the South Region (Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas, and Pueblo counties) to prepare for and respond to all hazards that they might face, particularly those hazards that potentially impact the public’s health.
The Emergency Preparedness and Response program is dedicated to providing helpful and informative resources in the areas of disease, natural disaster, terrorism and other emergency threats.
Rob Bukovac, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
719-846-2213 Ext. 12
Kim Gonzales, Executive Director
719-846-2213 Ext. 37
Is your family ready for emergencies? There are many resources to help you get started.
Public health cannot handle emergency responses alone. We rely on the help and abilities of our valued community members to assist us in events and emergencies when we most need it. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit the Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer website. Your application could lead you to helping your community at its most vulnerable time. We thank you in advance for your interest and help. For more information, please call 719-846-2213 Ext. 12.