Community Resources

Your community has countless resources available to help you get access health care, health coverage, and healthy living. We’ve compiled a list of resources to get you started, but it is by no means comprehensive. If you have a resource you’d like to share, see the submission guidelines at the right to add it today!

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Get Health Care:

  • Aurora Mental Health Center (AMHC)
    Treats those affected by mental illness. The Medical Mobile Van Partnership does on-site screenings and basic health care on the first Saturday of each month from 1-3pm at various Aurora Colfax Corridor sites.
  • Metro Crisis Services (888-885-1222)
    Professional help by phone, 24/7, for any mental health or substance abuse problem including suicide.
  • Metropolitan Community Provider Network Teen Clinic (303-762-6540)
    Offers confidential services for ages 11-19, including free pregnancy testing, low cost exams, STD testing and treatment, birth control, and emergency contraception.
  • Peak Wellness (303-363-3018)
    Provides low-income, uninsured and under-insured women ages 40-64 with screening and referrals.
  • Colorado Indigent Care Program
    Provides discounted medical care to Colorado residents who meet eligibility requirements.

Get Health Coverage:

  • Medicaid (800-221-3943)
    Colorado Medicaid is public health insurance for families, children, pregnant women, persons who are blind or persons with disabilities and the elderly.
  • Child Health Plan Plus (800-359-1991)
    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.
  • GettingUSCovered (877-397-1109)
    Established by the Affordable Care Act for people who have a condition that prevents them from getting health insurance.  It is not a low-income plan, but members pay the same rate a person without a health condition would pay for individual insurance.
  • Colorado PEAK
    Colorado’s new PEAK website allows Coloradans to determine their eligibility for health coverage and other social services quickly and easily.

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