Outreach and Women's Clinic
The Spanish Peaks Outreach and Women's Clinic is an off campus, outpatient, safety net clinic located in the heart of Walsenburg that provides wellness and prevention programs for our community. The Clinic offers many opportunities to receive free or low cost healthcare services that encourage annual screenings and prevention programs. Early detection saves lives.
Many of The Outreach and Women's Clinic's programs have received state and national recognition for providing a number of quality prevention and wellness services.
The New York Times and NBC's Nightline with Lester Hoyt have been to the Clinic and highlighted the successes of their Title X Family Planning program. This successful program has seen the teen pregnancy rate drop by 40% and the abortion rate drop by 42%. The Clinic has also been highlighted in the Denver Post and several state publications for their good work.
Nutrition Counselling, the Diabetes Prevention Program, and Living with Chronic Disease Classes are available for free to our patients looking for help and support to decrease their risk of diabetes and heart disease and are looking for help and support to improve their health.
Through our Title X Family Planning Program we can provide information for men and women of child bearing age. Staff will counsel you to determine what is right for you and your family. You will receive information about the right birth control method, planning your family and preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections and Disease. Staff will answer your questions with the most up to date information about everything from the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) to symptoms and treatment of menopause.
In addition to our Family Planning program we offer Women's Wellness Connection, a grant funded program, for eligible women that offers breast, cervical, pre-diabetes and heart risk screening for women 40 to 64 years old. Recently, the cervical screening guidelines have changed to include women from 21 years old to 64 years old.
To be eligible for WWC, women must meet eligibility requirements that include being 250% of poverty, have lawful presence in the United State or, have health insurance or health insurance with a high deductible or co-pay. We are able to provide the same screening navigation services for women that have insurance through our Coordinated Care Grant Program (CCGP).
If a woman enrolled in the Women's Wellness Connection is diagnosed with cancer, most will qualify for treatment through Health First Colorado's Breast and Cervical Cancer Program.
Our wellness and prevention model includes programs that also increase children's health and well-being. We provide comprehensive well child checks, including vaccinations and lead screening.
We also provide Sports Physicals which are good for one year. We are able to compliment that with children's dentistry to further support wellness and the importance of oral health for our youth.
The Clinic is a remodeled vintage building erected in 1929 as a community center that has become the home for numerous programs that provide additional community services. These include:
- Nurse midwife and nurse from Pueblo Community Health Center that comes once a week to meet expecting parents' obstetric needs. The nurse midwife has delivery privileges at St. Mary Corwin and Parkview Hospitals
The well-trained staff at the Outreach and Women's Clinic is pleased and knowledgeable about how to help you with your healthcare needs. They can guide and refer you to the appropriate services that will address your healthcare needs and provide you with the information to become and stay healthy.
We are here to "Care for the Community".
Hours Of Operation
Monday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
129 Kansas Avenue
Walsenburg, CO 81089
The following professionals are available to see patients:
- Dr. Lori Moll
- Dr. Karen Campbell
- Regina Griego, NP