The Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing administers Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+). These programs help more than 1.3 million Coloradans stay healthy.

Learn more about Health First Colorado:

Health First Colorado is free or low-cost health insurance for Colorado low-income families. Health First Colorado covers health services including well-child checkups and physicals, immunizations (shots), medications, vision care and visits to the emergency room along with other medically necessary services. For more information about Health First Colorado and what services are covered, click here.

Learn more about CHP+:

CHP+ is Colorado's free or low-cost health and dental insurance program for uninsured Colorado children ages 18 and under whose families earn too much to qualify for Health First Colorado but cannot afford private health insurance. CHP+ covers many health services for children including well-child check ups and physicals, immunizations (shots), medications, vision care and visits to the emergency room. CHP+ also offers benefits to pregnant women through the CHP+ Prenatal Care Program. For more information about CHP+ and what services are covered, click here.

Eligibility:

To learn more about eligibility and income requirements for each of these programs, click here.

Apply Today!

To apply and learn more about eligibility and enrollment for Health First Colorado and CHP+, visit colorado.gov/peak and click on medical assistance or call the Health First Colorado assistance line at 1-800-221-3943 (State Relay: 711).

Click here to learn more about Health First Colorado with Kaiser Permanente.

 

 

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