You have a right to health choices
Do you have health insurance?
Yes, I have Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program)
Find care such as a doctor, dentist or mental health and/or substance use treatment.
Yes, I have a private health insurance plan
Please contact your health plan and they can help you find a doctor.
Review the graphic below for more information.
Click on each blue number to be linked to contact information.
Contact your local county department of human services to schedule an appointment.
Contact one of your local Health Coverage Guides to schedule an appointment.
Colorado has five regional organizations. If you are on Health First Colorado (Medicaid), your regional organization can also help you understand and manage your physical and behavioral health benefits, help connect you to providers, and connect you with resources for needs such as transportation, food assistance or other social services. Your regional organization is listed on your enrollment letter from Health First Colorado Enrollment. You can also find out your regional organization by calling Health First Colorado Enrollment at 303-839-2120, 1-888-367-6557 (outside of Denver), Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; State Relay: 711 for callers with hearing or speech disabilities.
The regional organizations for Health First Colorado are arranged by county.
You can also find out your regional organization by calling Health First Colorado Enrollment at 303-839-2120, 1-888-367-6557 (outside of Denver), Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; State Relay: 711 for callers with hearing or speech disabilities.
DentaQuest provides dental plan services to Health First Colorado (Medicaid) consumers.
Need Health Insurance? Gather These Items
So, you’re interested in learning more about getting health insurance. That’s great! There are a few things you need to have in place before you can begin. Listed below is what you need to get started.
1. Social Security Number or Legal Permanent Resident Documentation
- You will need to know your Social Security number. If you know your number, but don’t have your card, that’s okay.
- If you have any children or are planning to claim anyone as a dependent on your taxes and are planning to sign them up for health insurance too, you will need their Social Security numbers too.
- If you are not a natural born U.S. citizen, you still may be able to get health insurance depending on your immigration status and how long you have lived in the U.S. You will need to show some form of ID or documentation to show that you are a Legal Permanent Resident of the U.S. Be sure to have those papers with you when you go to apply for health insurance.
2. Employer and Income Information
- This means the most recent pay stubs or copies of paychecks that you may have from your job.
- If you are not working and have no income, then don’t worry about this.
3. Colorado State ID or Colorado Driver’s License
- You will need to show some form of ID that contains a picture, your full name and your date of birth.
- If you don’t have a Colorado State ID or Colorado Driver’s License, you might be able to use another picture ID (Department of Corrections, student ID, military ID, etc.).
4. Living Expenses
- You may be asked how much you spend on housing and other living expenses, so be sure to keep track of how much you spend on living expenses (rent, electricity, day care, etc.)
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