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Why Should Coloradans be Aware of Ticks?

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Community Partners help provide the resources we need year round to help others through our education, prevention, awareness, and advocacy programs, as well as patient support groups!

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Colorado Tick Talks

Provide your outdoor employees, education groups and students with a Colorado Tick Talk! Learn how to protect yourself from tick-borne disease!

Citizen Science

Want to participate in furthering our knowledge of ticks and the diseases they may carry? Participate in the many research programs for tick and disease surveillance!

one little bite

COTBDAA President, Monica White shares her personal story of chronic Lyme disease, determination, and resilience.

Outdoor Activity Tick Prevention Choices

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!

AWARENESS

Know your risk and learn the signs and symptoms of disease no matter where you live, work, play or travel.

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CLOTHING & GEAR

Dress for prevention. Wear permethrin treated clothing and treat your boots and gear too!

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REPELLENTS

Use EPA approved repellents on skin. Talk to your veterinarian about tick prevention for pets.

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TICK CHECK

Check for ticks frequently when spending time in the outdoors, and when you return to your vehicle or home. Check your pets too!