Economic Security –
Six-year extension for CHP+
Congress has approved a six-year funding extension for Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+). The program covers more than 75,000 children in Colorado. Program members will receive notification once the bill becomes law.
Our public assistance programs include:
All eligible individuals will receive information and assistance for available resources.
Colorado citizens can use an online application to screen for eligibility, apply for benefits, submit household changes and check the status of their benefits on the state’s PEAK website. The website features a streamlined application process for faster eligibility determination and the opportunity to print insurance cards online before receiving them in the mail.
To apply for assistance in person, pick up an application from either our Glenwood Springs office or our Rifle office, call to make other arrangements to obtain an application. You can print a paper application for public assistance located on the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing website.
Walk-in interviews are available Monday through Friday from 9 am – 3 pm in our offices in Glenwood Springs, 108 8th Street, Suite 300, and Rifle, 195 West 14th Street.
To provide services and support and to assist in obtaining and maintaining an improved quality of life for eligible residents.
All eligible individuals will receive information and assistance from available resources.