Boulder County Healthy Kids and Adults is a program to improve the community’s health by linking all eligible children, adults, families and pregnant women in Boulder County to available benefits and health coverage options. Our mission is to ensure that every resident in Boulder County has health insurance coverage and access to health care.
Healthy Kids and Adults
What Boulder County Healthy Kids and Adults can do for you!
- Enroll eligible pregnant women, adults, children, and families into Medicaid programs
- Obtain documents needed to apply for CHP+ and Medicaid
- Complete annual CHP+ and Medicaid renewals
- Assist in applying for SNAP
- Access other local agencies for services
- Access preventive health-care services for their children
- Link families to Connect for Health Colorado
Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is low-cost health insurance for Colorado’s uninsured children and pregnant women. CHP+ is public health insurance for children and pregnant women who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid, but cannot afford private health insurance. Colorado Medicaid is public health insurance for families, children, pregnant women, adults, persons who are blind or persons with disabilities and the elderly for Colorado residents.
When you apply, you apply for both Medicaid and CHP+. The program you qualify for depends upon family size, income and the age of the applicant.
Already applied? See, “Your Guide to Colorado Medicaid and CHP+” in English or Español, for information about next steps, what’s covered, how to get care, and much more.
What Services are covered by Medicaid and CHP+
- Doctor Visits
- Hospital Care
- Vision Services
- Dental Care
- Mental Health
- Other Health Services
For more information about the Affordable Care Act and Connect for Health Colorado, please visit the Health Insurance Assistance page.
Did you know?
Many uninsured children, pregnant women and adults may qualify for free or low cost health insurance coverage. In order to qualify an applicant must:
- Be a Colorado resident
- Be a U.S. citizen, national or have legal permanent residency
- Meet income guidelines (listed below)
|Family Size||Monthly Income|
*A pregnant woman counts as two people.
What Services are Covered?
CHP+ and Medicaid are comprehensive health insurance programs and provide coverage for a wide range of services including:
- Doctor visits
- Hospital care
- Vision services
- Dental care
- Mental health care
- Other health services
For information about children’s Medicaid benefits see Healthy Communities.
What is the cost?
Medicaid is free to eligible enrollees. CHP+ may have a premium of $75 a year for 1 child and $105 a year for 2 or more children. If you are assessed a family premium for CHP+ and need help paying please call Healthy Kids and Adults 720-722-1454/720-515-1454.
What should I bring for my appointment?
- Picture ID and/or school ID if age 16 or older
- Passport or birth certificate
- Proof of income – pay stub or letter from employer
- Proof of legal residency if non-citizen
- Social security number
If you need help obtaining these documents someone with Healthy Kids and Adults can assist you.
How to Apply
You can apply at any of our offices from Monday-Friday 8:00am-3:00pm.
Print the application solicitud or pick up a copy at one of our offices. Fax, mail, email or deliver it in-person to one of our offices.
515 Coffman in Longmont
3460 Broadway in Boulder
Email the application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply online at Colorado PEAK
Healthy Kids and Adults has partnered with a number of community-based organizations that can help you apply for Medicaid and CHP+. To find a location closer to home, please call us and we will be happy to connect you!
We also have enrollment specialists in the Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts. If you would like to meet with someone at your child’s school, please contact:
Boulder Valley School District
Website: Boulder Valley School District
St. Vrain Valley School District
Website: St. Vrain Valley School District
Additional public sites for application assistance in Boulder County are:
If you are not sure if you qualify, call for a phone screening today!
Boulder County Healthy Kids and Adults: 720-722-1454, 720-515-1454