Childrens Health

Self Help Legal Info

  • Children's Basic Health Plan (CHP+)

    Health insurance coverage for children 18 years and younger from low-income families . This program also offers health care options for uninsured pregnant women. Content Detail

    Child Health Plan Plus
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  • Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP)

    This program provides services on a sliding scale depending on the patient's resources and income. It also provides partial reimbursement to providers for offering medical care to eligible underinsured residents. Read More

    Colorado Legal Services
  • Find a Community Health Center in Your Area

    This website will give you a listing of community health centers in your area. Content Detail

    Colorado Community Health Network
  • School-Based Health Centers

    Lists counties and the school-based health care offices located in each county, their addresses, phone numbers and more. Content Detail

    Colorado Association for School Based Health Care
  • Denver Health Medical Center

    Provides access to quality preventive, acute, and chronic health care for all the citizens of Denver regardless of their ability to pay. Here you will find the hospital's address and phone number, along with a website address where you can get more information. Content Detail

  • Health coverage for your special needs child

    When your child has special health care needs, the Medicaid program may offer the coverage that you need to keep your child healthy and active. Content Detail

    National Health Law Program -
  • Health insurance for college students

    Check out these tips for taking care of your child's health insurance needs if you have a son or daughter who is getting ready to leave for college. Content Detail

    National Health Law Program -
  • Hilltop - Adult and Children's Resources

    Hilltop's Domestic Violence (DV) Services offers comprehensive prevention information and intervention services to women and their families in Delta, Montrose, Ouray, and Mesa counties. Employment services are also available. It also offers help to victims of brain injuries. The Children's services include in-home parenting support and education as well as ensuring healthy women and children by providing access to quality health care insurance. Read More

  • How does a person know if he/she qualifies for Medicaid?

    If you are pregnant now or have children born after September 30, 1983, you may qualify for Medicaid. Content Detail

    Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
  • Paying the hospital bill after having a baby

    Information on a law which requires health insurance companies to cover hospital stays of a certain length after child birth. Content Detail

    U.S. Department of Labor
  • The Children's Hospital

    The Children's Hospital is improving the health of children by providing high quality, coordinated programs of patient care, education, research and advocacy. Here you will find the hospital's address and phone number, along with a website address where you can get more information. Read More

  • University of Colorado Hospital

    University of Colorado Hospital is dedicated to serving the people of Colorado and the nation. Here you will find the hospital's address and phone number, along with a website address where you can get more information. Read More

  • Children's Mental Health: Resource List

    Links to resources about medications, special needs, school, behavior, depression, coping skills for children and adolescents. Content Detail

    Mental Health America
  • Child Welfare and Mental Health

    Creating a level playing field for all children is a mission that CDF cannot accomplish alone. We often work with or refer people to many other organizations nationwide who are working to improve the lives of children. A list of some of them is on this site. Content Detail

    Children's Defense Fund
  • Choosing a Mental Health Professional for Your Child

    This website has information you can use to help you decide if your child needs mental healthcare and if so, where you can find help. Content Detail