The Family Healthline is a statewide information and referral service to help pregnant women and children from newborn to age 19 access health care providers and health-related services. Call 303-692-2229. En español available; other languages can be arranged.
BenefitsCheckUp Helps people over 55 find funding programs for which they may be eligible. From the National Council on Aging.
Denver Health Community Voices Call 303-436-4071 and ask for a Community Voices enrollment specialist to assist you in determining eligibility for health programs. En español.
Free Telephone Consultations
Denver Health Nurse Line 303-739-1211 Free medical advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Denver Residents and patients of Denver Health Medical Center only.
Call The Children's Hospital ParentSmart Health Line at 720-777-0123 to speak with a nurse or get help finding a children's physician. Or go to the Parent Advice Line to access recorded information on over 275 children's health topics.
State of Colorado Division of Insurance Consumer information and support on all kinds of insurance, including Medicare, Long Term Care, HMOs, prescription drug benefits, and more. Call 303-894-7490 in the Denver-Metro area and 1-800-930-3745 from other parts of the state.
The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence List of Colorado crisis hotlines. Or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY). Also National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline at 1-866-331-9474.
National Hopeline Network Available 24 hours a day at 1-800-784-2433. Callers will be connected to the certified crisis center nearest to them. There are also links to many resources on dealing with depression and preventing suicide.
9 Health Fair Free and low cost health screenings and referrals throughout Colorado.
Primary Health Care Searchable nationwide directory to clinics offering medical, obstetrical, gynecological, dental, mental health, substance abuse and more. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics Clinics for children and youth regardless of ability to pay, including services for homeless teens. Three locations and two mobile clinics.
Caritas Community Clinic 2005 Franklin Street, Midtown II, Suite 390 Denver, CO 80218 303-318-2250. Medical and surgical care on a sliding-fee basis. No patient is denied service due to the inability to pay. A service of Exempla St. Joseph Hospital.
Clínica Tepeyac 5075 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80216 303-458-5302. Basic medical services and preventive health education for uninsured, but primarily serving Latino residents of Metro Denver. Funded by grants and donations.
High Street Primary Care Center 1801 High Street, 2nd Floor Denver, CO 80218 303-869-2160. Medical care for adolescents, adults and seniors. Variety of insurance plans accepted. Program for the uninsured.
Inner City Health Center 3405 Downing Street Denver, CO 80205 Private, non-profit,volunteer-based health care facility providing adult medical, pediatric, prenatal and dental care as well as spiritual counseling to low-income and medically uninsured families on a sliding fee scale. To find out about how to become a new patient, call 303-296-1767.
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