Event registration information is in the description of each event below.
Enroll anytime! Call 970-255-1576 to get scheduled or ask your provider for a referral!
What: An 8 week weight management class for adults with a BMI of 30 or greater that incorporates healthy eating and behavioral components led by a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Therapist.
How much: $10 for all 8 sessions.
What is offered: Optional Pre (first week of class or prior) and Post (around week 8 or later) Lipid Panel offered through Grand Junction Diagnostics. Cost is $25 for each, tell them it is for the “BreakThroughs” Program.
When: Tuesdays from 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Where: Primary Care Partners building, 3150 N. 12th St. Garden Level Conference Room A. Arrive early and check-in at the Medical Nutrition Therapy & Diabetes Education/DOCS ON CALL front desk to have your weight checked (if desired).
Teaching you how to prepare healthy meals on a limited budget
“Cooking Matters” is a national hands on curriculum teaching about healthy eating and cooking. Families learn about nutrition, cook a healthy meal and eat in class. Then go home with a free bag of food.
Every fall Hilltop and Primary Care Partners have a “Cooking Matters” class in the Primary Care Partners Building at 3150 N. 12th St. in Grand Junction. It takes place once a week for 6 weeks. Families must be committed to attend all 6 weeks.
It is for a parent to attend with 1-2 children. Primary Care Partners patients and staff are eligible. It is not necessarily a class for overweight people, it is for all families wanting to eat healthier.
For information contact Keely at 970-243-5437.
Diabetes Group Visits
Group Education: Trained group facilitators lead discussions with patients in groups of 8-10 people for 2 hours over 6 sessions.
Individual Visits: Patients step out for one on one visits with the care provider to discuss medications, referrals and other medical concerns.
Who: Provider referred adults over the age of 18 diagnosed with type 2 diabetes
Western Colorado Physicians Group
1120 Wellington Ave., Grand Junction CO
Primary Care Partners Bldg.
3150 N. 12th St., Grand Junction CO
When: Sessions are scheduled throughout the year, at each location.
To sign up speak with your provider or call:
Western Colorado Physicians Group at 970-241-6011
Family Physicians of Western Colorado at 970-245-1220
for more information.
You can call for an appointment at your doctors office any time during flu season to get a flu shot. However, flu clinics are offered periodically throughout flu season and will be posted on the Primary Care Partners website, pcpgj.com.
For women with prenatal and postpartum mood concerns
Resources for women with prenatal and postpartum mood concerns. When Motherhood Doesn’t Feel Like You Thought It Would.
Nearly one in five women struggle with mood or anxiety issues during pregnancy and after delivery. Mood Spa offers a wide range of therapeutic resources to support women during the early stages of motherhood. We offer support groups and education on coping skills and therapies. Most importantly, we are here to let you know that what you’re experiencing is normal and that you’re not alone. Mood Spa is a joint program from Western Colorado Pediatric Associates and Hilltop’s Family Resource Center.
When: Tuesdays from 12:15-1:15 PM
Where: Hilltop Family Resource Center at 1129 Colorado Avenue.
For more information call (970) 243-0190.
The Parent Resource Program
When: Every Tuesday, 6:00 –7:30 PM
Where: Garden Level of Primary Care Partners Building
3150 N. 12th Street
Who: All Parents. There is no charge for the programs.
Seating is limited
RSVP: 640-7181 or 254-2549
We Can! Mesa County
Weekly Sessions: Supporting healthy changes for obese or overweight children and their families.
When: Weekly sessions from 5–7:00 PM on Wednesdays.
Where: Primary Care Partners Building,
3150 N. 12th Street
Contact Western Colorado Pediatric Associates at 243-5437.
Back to School Family 5k: The yearly event to raise funds to support We Can! Mesa County, the primary childhood obesity program for families in Mesa County. Our program provides parents with tools, fun activities, and ideas to help encourage healthy eating, increased physical activity, and reduced screen time for the entire family.