Thursday, March 26, 2020

We Continue to be Here for You Through the COVID-19 Crisis

Although our offices are closed to the public, we continue to be here for you through a variety of ways. 

We have created a document for you regarding all our divisions and how best to connect with them. Below are direct links to our specific departments and the service changes which have changed due to COVID-19.
Mesa County Child Welfare: click here
Public Assistance and Child Support: click here
Mesa County Workforce Center: click here
Adult Protection Services: click here
Single Entry Point (SEP): click here

We update our Department of Human Services social media sites on Facebook (@MCDHS) and Twitter (@MesaCountyDHSGJ) with the most up-to-date information on our services.

The Workforce Center Facebook (@MesaCountyWorkforceCenter) and Twitter (@MCWFC) pages are updated daily with new job postings and important information regarding other workforce related items.

As always, all information shared on the above aforementioned platforms is always on our website Please don't hesitate to reach out to us through our variety of platforms.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we all work together to keep Mesa County the best place to live.


  1. When will the wineries open. The people that own them are small business owners. It is not fair they have been shut down. All the wineries have outdoor areas that can support the rules imposed on business owners and their patrons.

  2. I want to make a payment of 94.00 with ebt card having trouble trying to pay.


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