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Position Available: Health Coverage Guide (seasonal)
Do you enjoy talking to people? Are you detail oriented? Are you good at teaching people to help them make informed decisions? Do you want to do work that is fulfilling? 1 full-time (30 hrs/wk) or 2 part-time (22 hrs/wk) seasonal positions, Oct 2022-Jan 2023. Help your neighbors enroll in health coverage and get financial assistance! Provide outreach, education, and enrollment assistance to individuals and families interested in purchasing insurance through the online health insurance marketplace. Training provided. Customer service experience preferred. Pay DOE $20-23 per hour. Some weekend and evening availability preferred. Based in Hot Sulphur Springs, requires travel throughout Grand County and monthly to Jackson County. Skilled in Microsoft Office and internet.

Only self-directed and motivated individuals need apply. Send cover letter and resume to: Amanda Uehlein, Associate Director, Grand County Rural Health Network, P.O. Box 95, HSS, CO 80451; fax 970-725-3478; or email

We’re Always Seeking Quality People
If you’d be interested in joining our team in the future, we are open to informational interviews, as time permits. Please email our Executive Director, Jen Fanning at, or our Associate Director, Amanda Uehlein at, to request a meeting.

Our Core Competencies
The Rural Health Network works to align daily work with organizational vision. To do this, we have a set of core competencies. These core competencies outline the mindset of the organization and individuals in the organization to do our good work as a team. People interested in joining our team should either have mindsets that align with these core competencies, or be willing to learn them during onboarding and continuing education while employed at the Network

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ACHES & PAINS Programs: You need healthcare and support. We can help with the aches & pains of getting it. We offer vouchers for physical, dental, and mental health services, prescriptions, and other support like gas and hotels for health appointments.
Patient Navigator Program: You feel overwhelmed and confused by the healthcare system. We can help you navigate it. Maneuvering through the healthcare system is challenging. You don’t have to do it alone! Take the stress out of navigating the health system and call us. Our team meets you where you are in Grand and Jackson counties to get you the right care, at the right time, and the right place.
Health Coverage Guide: You need health insurance. We can help you make sense of it. Our Certified Health Coverage Guide assists you in understanding your insurance options based on your individual situation. Our Health Coverage Guide meets you where convenient for you in Grand and Jackson counties and can help you enroll in a health coverage plan and financial assistance.

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Maria’s Story

Following a car accident in March 2018, Maria (not her real name) was referred to the Grand County Rural Health Network by Middle Park Health’s Kremmling Clinic for financial assistance to obtain prescription medications due to severe injuries, including a blood clot...

Donna’s Story

Donna (not her real name) called our office in tears in late August 2018 because she had lost her Medicaid coverage. Donna was worried because she wasn’t able to afford her prescriptions without her insurance and felt the stress of it all might cause her to relapse on...

Mark’s Story

There is nowhere Mark Davis would rather live than the mountains of Colorado. Now 60 years old, Davis is a carpenter who specialized in remodeling houses in the Front Range and, later, in Grand County. For nearly 10 years, he lived near Grand Lake in an apartment with...

Lisa’s Story

What spurred the creation of this video was simply a phone call made by a grateful client to someone on our Network staff, calling just to say "thank you" for our help. We were pleased that Lisa was willing to share her story of her "trials and tribulations" (as she...

Bob’s Story

Listen as Bob shares in the video about how he didn't realize he needed support until he met our Care Coordinator John.