IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the end of federal pandemic emergency measures, your Medicaid Enrollment needs to be completed by March 2023 in order to ensure you have no gaps in your health coverage.
- Update your contact information the the Health First Colorado app and in your PEAK account.
- Respond by the date in your letter.
- Sign your renewal packet.
- Turn in your documentation via the Health First Colorado app, by mail or online at co.gov/PEAK
- Call 1-800-221-3943 or your County Dept. of Human Services for help.
- Work with your CCH Case Manager if you need additional support.
Stout Street Health Center
2130 Stout Street
Denver, CO 80205
Monday: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
Tuesday: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
Wednesday: 11:00 am – 3:30 pm
Thursday: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
Friday: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm
Colorado Medical Assistance Program Customer Service Line
Denver County Human Services Office
Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing
Help with Medicaid Sign-up
Medicaid, currently known as Health First Colorado, is an insurance program for low-income individuals funded by the state and the federal government. Medicaid will pay for your doctor and dentist visits, emergency room care, medicine, preventive care such as health screenings and immunizations and other procedures and treatments, including care received outside of the Stout Street Health Center. We can help you enroll.
Medicaid/Health First Colorado services include:
- Primary and Specialty Health Care Visits
- Dental Services
- Health Care for Kids
- Hospital and Emergency Room Care
- Maternity, Prenatal, and Newborn Care
- Family Planning
- Behavioral Health and Outpatient Substance Use Treatment
- X-Rays and Blood Work
- Vision Exams
- Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
- Hospice Services
- Medical Transportation (Ambulance/Non-emergency)
- Limited Case Management
- Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
What to Bring
You do not need anything to apply, but you do need to know your social security number. It would be helpful to bring a social security card, Medicare card (if you have one), current paycheck stubs, and any termination letters from employment or prior services which you may have received in other states, as well as proof of citizenship status.
Am I Eligible?
The income threshold for Medicaid changes every year, based on changes to the Federal Poverty Limit. Use the income calculator here to determine if you are eligible for financial assistance.
Stout Street Health Center staff can also help you understand if you or your family members are eligible and assist you with the application process.
How to Apply
To apply you’ll need your social security number and proof of citizenship in the United States. If you have a job, you will need to provide employer’s information and income for everyone in the household (pay stubs or copies of paychecks preferred). You will complete an online application with the help of a Stout Street Health Center staff member. The application will take 20–25 minutes to complete. You will be informed whether you have been approved and what your next steps will be. If an online application cannot be completed, we will assist with a paper application, which will be faxed to Denver County upon completion.
Fees and Payments
The Stout Street Health Center and its satellite sites at West End Health Center and 48th Avenue Shelter Health Center accept Medicaid, Medicare, and provide care to the uninsured using a sliding fee payment scale.