Air Quality and Smoke
Learn to use the visibility method to estimate health effects of smoke in the air.
A wildfire and the disruption that comes with it can lead to feelings of sadness, anger, or anxiety. If you find you are having difficulty coping, contact San Luis Valley Behavioral Health Group. Go to www.slvbhg.org for information or call (719) 589-3671. Crisis services are available 24/7.
Tetanus (Tdap) vaccinations are recommended for those returning into a burn area and begining the work of cleanup. Vaccinations are still available through either Costilla County Public Health (719-672-3332) or Alamosa County Public Health (719-589-6639).