Colorado Springs, Colorado Medicaid


colorado medicaidIn Colorado Springs, as in the rest of the United States, efforts are underway to ensure those who qualify for public health insurance, like Colorado Springs Medicaid or Colorado Springs CHP, can get signed up and registered. 

Colorado Medicaid Programs

Since Colorado Medicaid enrollment is year-round, it is important for Colorado Springs residents to stay informed about the vital health benefits this program provides.  Thanks to Medicaid expansion, many more people now qualify for Medicaid.

Medicaid eligibility is determined by the information by the information included in your application. Several considerations are used to assess whether public health assistance is appropriate for you. Factors include the size of your family, your income, and your particular healthcare desires. Colorado Springs public health care officials do their best to ensure that each Colorado Springs resident gets enrolled in a healthcare plan that best meets their needs.  

As a result of the Colorado Health Care Affordability Act, the state of Colorado and the city of Colorado Springs expanded Medicaid coverage to include Medicaid buy-in programs for people with disabilities and adults without dependent children. These programs are all accessible through the same online application process. You need only fill out one request and a Colorado health care official will review your information, and inform you of ALL plans that you qualify for. 

If you think a public health insurance plan, like Colorado Springs Medicaid or Colorado Springs CHP, may be right for you or your family; there are several ways to apply for coverage. You can fill out and submit an application online by visiting Colorado Peak, an online service for Coloradans to screen and apply for medical, food, and cash assistance programs, or by visiting Connect for Health Colorado, Colorado’s Health Insurance Marketplace.  

You may also apply in person by visiting your local county office. If you need assistance understanding or filling out an application, you can visit a local application assistance site.  You can also apply by phone, although this process typically takes longer than the other three options. 

ApsenPointe proudly accepts patients covered under the variety of Medicaid plans offered in the region and can be applied to mental health counseling. To see if a public health insurance plan is right for you or your family, visit Colorado Peak or Connect for Health Colorado, or call us at 572-6100.