In observance of Memorial Day, County offices will be closed Monday, May 30. For online services, visit our web page.
You may now seek COVID-19 antiviral treatment if testing positive under the new federal Test to Treat program. The program allows you to get tested for COVID-19, get a prescription for treatment from a health care provider (if the test is positive and treatment is appropriate), and have your prescription filled – all at one location. You may also bring your own positive test result from an at-home test or another testing location to a Test to Treat location.
Colorado’s “One-Stop Test to Treat” sites in Douglas County are listed below.
If you have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19, you may also obtain a free COVID-19 test at select pharmacies across Colorado. View this PDF list of free pharmacy testing sites to find a site near you. Testing at these sites is free to all. Photo ID will be required to obtain a COVID-19 test through this program. Proof of insurance will be requested during registration but is not required.
These FREE large-scale sites provide drive-thru nasal swab testing for symptomatic or asymptomatic individuals. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. View before/after your test information in English and Spanish or view the various ways to get your results. For location updates including early closures or delays click here
Douglas County Justice Center
4000 Justice Way in Castle Rock
7 days a week from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.