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awareness for parents and community

Parenting and sti awareness

Sexually transmitted infections have increased among youth in the basin steadily over the years. The age group currently mostly affected by STI’s today are between the ages of 15 and 24. In today’s world, it is imperative that parents teach children regarding the dangers and potential risks associated with sexual activity.

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How we can help

 TriCounty Health gives HPV vaccines to anyone from ages 9-45. HPV is one of the most common STIs and is dangerous because it can cause cancers later in life. 

We offer testing for anone who needs it, as well as treatment. Cash or insurance is accepted for testing. 

We also offer free condoms. Condoms are the best way, second to abstonance, to prevent STIs. 

All appointments and results for testing is confidential. 

TriCounty Health Department is also available to answer any questions. 

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Vernal (435) 247-1177

133 South 500 East, Vernal, UT, 84078

Environmental Health Hours:

Monday – Friday 7:30-5:30



TUES-FRI 7:30-5:30

Roosevelt office closed noon-1pm

Roosevelt (435) 722-6300

409 South 200 east, roosevelt, ut, 84066