Community Health is focused on providing Denver with the resources and education that delivers the benefits of good health to each citizen. Here you will find programs and initiatives that ensure a better quality of life for everyone in the city and county of Denver.This includes Denver's Office of HIV Resources, Health Impact Assessments and Tobacco Legislation and Enforcement, and programs Safe Routes to School and Healthy Corner Stores.
The health of a community depends on more than access to health care. Healthy communities are composed of our physical environment, healthy opportunities, support, and where individuals easily connect with community partners, healthy food systems, and safe environments. Increased access to these items allows individuals of a healthy community to thrive.
Denver Public Health provides a wide range of services that promote, improve and protect the health and well-being of the residents of Denver.
200 W 14th Ave 3rd Floor
Denver, CO 80204
Denver Healthy People 2020 provides benchmarks for the city of Denver as we strive to create healthy and happy communities through collaboration and education. Visit Now
Learn more about HIV resources available to Denver residents. Visit Now
Learn more about bringing healthy and fresh food selections to corner stores. Visit Now.
Learn more about health impact assessments, a planning tool that helps evaluate the potential health effects of a plan, project or policy. Visit Now.
Learn more about integrating health, well-being and equity considerations into the development and implementation of policies in non-health sectors. Visit Now.
Learn more about Denver's strategies to improve the ability for children to safely walk and bicycle to school. Visit Now.
Learn more about the legislation and enforcement of Denver's tobacco regulations. Visit Now.