Health and Wellness Resources
Having a medical home is important for you and your family as it helps to ensure proper health care and health education to keep your family safe and healthy. Learn more about how you can partner with your medical provider through a medical home approach. Learn more about medical homes HERE.
The distinction between Medicaid and CHP+ benefits and services isn't always clear. Family Health Coordinators are available statewide to help Colorado Medicaid and CHP+ families obtain coverage and access to coordinated health care services.
For more information about this program contact Jeff Helm, , 303-866-2267
Regional Care Collaborative Organizations are a part of the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC). A Regional Care Coordination Organization connects Medicaid clients to providers and also helps clients find community and social services in their area. Medicaid clients are assigned to Regional Care Coordination Organization based on where they live.
Colorado Child Health Access Program (CCHAP), Care Coordination
The Colorado Children’s Healthcare Access Program is devoted to advancing health equity and improving outcomes by promoting comprehensive, cost-effective, coordinated, quality health care for all children in Colorado. Care Coordination is a collaborative process that links children and families to services and resources in a coordinated manner to maximize the potential of children and provide them optimal health care.
For more information, send a secure email to Anita Rich, CCHAP Director of Community Outreach.
Early Intervention & Development
Broomfield Developmental Screening Sites
Every school district or Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) has professionals who are trained to evaluate children in a variety of areas, including cognitive functioning, physical functioning, hearing and vision, speech and language and social and emotional development. This service is referred to as Child Find, and evaluations are conducted at no cost to parents.
For more information contact the Colorado Department of Education (303-866-6124) or Heidi McCaslin, State Child Find Coordinator for 3 to 5 year olds (303-866-6667 or email@example.com) ,
The Early Intervention Colorado Program (EIColorado) is a Federal program offered to the community through Imagine! that guarantees that children birth to three, and their families, have access to services under Part C of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Part C is the part of the law that addresses those children ages birth to three. If a family has any reservations about their child's development, this program offers them a free multidisciplinary evaluation and if the evaluation confirms the child qualifies, other services are available as well.
Child Psychiatric Services
Mental Health Partners has locations in Boulder, Broomfield and Longmont and provides comprehensive psychiatric services to county residents regardless of their ability to pay. Mental Health Partners offers bilingual/bicultural services, has an in-house pharmacy, and provides 24 hour emergency psychiatric services as well as outpatient offices for infants, children, adolescents, adults, and families. Many programs and services are available including school-based programs, substance abuse treatment, rape crisis counseling, advocacy, and education.
Colorado Psychiatry Center, PC office of Ron Morley MD, serves children, adolescents and young adults in Denver and the Front Range. Comprehensive evaluation and treatment are provided for mood disorders, ADHD, rage, psychotic disorders, anxiety disorders, and mild autism.
Adult Mental Health
In the event of a Mental Health Crisis: Call 911.
Colorado Crisis Services: 1844-493-TALK (8255)
If you don’t know where to begin getting mental health, substance use or emotional help for yourself or someone you know—start here. Confidential and immediate support, 24/7/365.
Suicide Hotline: 800.273.TALK (8255)
Other Healthcare Resources