The ACC program is one of the health plans offered by Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program). This program was created to increase access to quality health care and services that will help improve your overall well-being. You have a whole team that works together to guide you through the health care system. They also make sure you get connected to the right services for your unique needs. This includes physical, dental, and behavioral health care, as well as resources such as food, housing, transportation, and child care.
You Get the Regular Health First Colorado Benefit Package
You Choose a Primary Care Provider as Your Medical Home Where You’ll Get Most of Your Care
You are Assigned to CCHA for Extra Care Coordination Services
If you are interested in changing to the ACC program, contact Health First Colorado Enrollment (formerly HealthColorado). They will provide you with information about all your health plan options and guide you through the selection process.
As an ACC member, you are part of a team that helps make sure you are connected with the medical care and resources you need for your health and well-being. This team includes you, your family members or caregivers, your primary care provider, and CCHA Health Partners. Follow the steps below to get started.
If you live in one of these counties, you are automatically a member of region 6, Colorado Community Health Alliance (CCHA): Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Gilpin or Jefferson. CCHA services are included with your Health First Colorado ACC benefits, so there is no extra cost to you. If you live in a different part of Colorado, view this list to find out which care coordination organization serves your area.
The Health First Colorado Member Handbook provides information about covered health care benefits and services. This includes physical health, vision, prescription, dental and behavioral health. You can also view videos that explain these benefits.
With the Health First Colorado ACC program, you need to pick a primary care provider (PCP). This is who you will go to for most of your medical care. They will help connect you to any specialty services you may need. You can change your PCP at any time.