There are many health coverage and care resources for the underserved.

CCMU is committed to helping individuals and families access quality, timely, and affordable health care. Although we primarily focus on achieving these goals through policy development and community engagement, we are happy to serve as a resource for individuals when we are able. Below are links to other web sites that provide more comprehensive information for people looking for health services.

A Complete Health Care Resource & GuideA comprehensive guide for those who are uninsured or underinsured and seeking medical care and coverage.

Oral Health Care Providers – Most of these organizations offer dental care on a sliding fee scale based on your financial situation.

Mental Health Care Providers – There are hundreds of organizations offering some level of mental health care services across Colorado.

Safety Net Clinics – This map shows all the locations of safety net health care providers in Colorado.

School-Based Health Centers (PDF) – School-based health centers provide low-cost or no-cost care to children attending the school they are affiliated with.

Health insurance will help you get the care you need when someone in your family is sick or hurt. When compared to those without health insurance, people with health insurance are physically, mentally, and financially healthier. Uninsured individuals are more often diagnosed at a later disease stage and receive less treatment for their medical conditions compared to people with health insurance.

Colorado PEAK – The PEAK website allows Coloradans to quickly determine their eligibility for food, cash, and medical assistance.

Connect for Health Colorado – Colorado’s insurance marketplace is for individuals, families and small businesses looking to buy health insurance.

Medicaid – Colorado Medicaid is public health insurance for families, children, pregnant women, the disabled, and the elderly. Call 1-800-221-3943 with any questions.

Child Health Plan Plus – Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is a low-cost insurance option for children and pregnant women who earn too much for Medicaid, but cannot afford private health insurance.

Colorado Indigent Care Program – The Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP) is not actually health insurance, but it provides funding to clinics and hospitals so that medical services can be provided at a discount to low-income Colorado residents.

211 – a resource of United Way
Dial 211 to be connected to an operator that can help you find and access the social services you need.

Find a public program – a resource of the CO Department of Human Services
Searchable database of all public service programs by county, need, and agency.

Get assistance – a resource of the Social Security Administration
Medical and living assistance for seniors over 65 and those with disabilities.

Get help with prescriptions – a resource of the CO Department of Health Care Policy & Financing
A list of discount prescription drug cards and programs.

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