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Mesa County Public Libraries and Mesa County Public Health are excited to announce their collaboration to support residents in Mesa County when it comes to accessing resources in the community. Resource Navigators are now stationed at the Central Library located at 443 N 6th Street in downtown Grand Junction. 

“Access to services can be complicated, and accessing those services could mean the difference between achieving economic stability or worrying about putting food on the table,” said Grand Valley Connects Manager Michelle Trujillo. “Our Resource Navigators will help anyone in Mesa County who needs support.”

These positions are funded by a grant from the Behavioral Health Administration with the Colorado Department of Human Services.



The Resource Navigators will be available Mondays, Wednesday, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  This excludes county recognized holidays. Appointments are not needed for an initial visit, however walk-ins will be on a first come, first served basis.


About Grand Valley Connects 

Resource Navigators are part of the Grand Valley Connects program at Mesa County Public Health. This program provides enhanced resource navigation for residents in need.

Resources include things like:

  • Behavioral Health
  • Child care
  • Educational Programs
  • Employment Services
  • Disability Services
  • Family Support
  • Food Assistance
  • Medical Health and Health Coverage
  • Help with Utility Bills
  • Veteran Services

Visit the Grand Valley Connects site to learn more about the program.


About Mesa County Libraries 

Mesa County Libraries enrich lives and build community through opportunities to learn, discover, create, and connect. The library includes eight convenient locations throughout Mesa County, in addition to the 970West Studio and the Discovery Garden. Mesa County Libraries build community through partnerships,  provide library services equitably,  support learning, and support civic engagement with diverse viewpoints.

Visit the Mesa County Libraries website to learn about other programs and services offered at the library.

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Outside view of Central Library; brick building with windows, as well as trees and bushes.