Your input is invited! Survey available.

In early 2022, the Board of Directors of the Health District of Northern Larimer County will be selecting a new Executive Director as Carol Plock retires after 27 years in that role. As they launch this search, they wanted to take this opportunity to invite community members to share their perspectives on the important qualifications and attributes of the new Executive Director, as well as important priorities for the future.

Individuals are invited to share their thoughts by filling out a confidential survey. Results go directly to Heather Gantz, who is from Raftelis, the firm chosen to run the search process. Heather will summarize the results of the survey for the Board’s deliberations. To complete the survey, just go to the following link:

Please complete the survey no later than Friday, November 19.

The Executive Director oversees Connections, CAYAC, and other mental health and substance use services; Family Dental Clinic; Larimer Health Connect (health insurance enrollment assistance); Prescription Assistance; Quit Tobacco Program; Heart Health Promotion (blood pressure and cholesterol testing); Larimer Advance Care Planning; Community Impact Team; and Research and Evaluation. A brief background description of the Health District is below, and more information is available on this website.

The Board of Directors appreciates the community's input!

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The Health District of Northern Larimer County has been meeting local health care needs since 1960. Today they provide dental, mental health, prescription assistance, health insurance assistance, quit tobacco, healthy heart, and advance planning services to the residents of northern Larimer County. They also work with other organizations and individuals to assess and plan for other community improvements in health services to better meet the health care needs of our community. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, they have been providing COVID vaccinations, assisting in providing shelter for those experiencing homelessness who need a place to isolate/recover or quarantine, and more.

The Health District is a public agency authorized under Colorado State Statutes to establish and operate facilities providing health (and personal) care services. Its mission is to enhance the health of the community. The role of the Executive Director is to lead the organization, implementing direction and policies set by the Board of Directors, assuring the provision of quality services, and working with others on priority community health service improvements.

It is important to note that while the Health District values its partnership with the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (Health Department) in meeting the needs of the community, the Health Department is a different entity than our organization, the Health District.