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Colorado Community Health Alliance (CCHA) helps Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) members get the physical and behavioral health care they need to get and stay healthy. We offer services to members who have a primary care provider in Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, El Paso, Gilpin, Park, Teller and Jefferson counties.

As a CCHA member, you have a primary care provider (PCP) – a provider who knows the most information about you and your health. If you need help finding a provider who sees members enrolled in Health First Colorado, we can help! Go to our find a provider page to start your search.

Health First Colorado members can change their PCP using any of the three options below through Health First Colorado Enrollment.

  1. Online.
  2. By phone at 303-839-2120 Outside of Denver, call 1-888-367-6557 (State Relay 711). Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm
  3. In-person at Health First Colorado Enrollment office in Glendale, Colorado. Call to find out more about in-person enrollment help

CCHA Member Support Services can help you change your PCP or find a new PCP. Contact Member Support Services for help.

Medication management consists of monitoring your medication regimen to guarantee that you are taking the correct dosage of medication at the prescribed times. It can also protect you from harmful drug interactions and dangerous side effects. If you take multiple medications for various chronic illnesses, injuries, psychological disorders or diseases, it is important that you effectively manage your medication intake.

Your primary care provider can help you set up a proper regimen. If you would like additional help managing your medications, CCHA care coordinators can help. Contact Member Support Services.

You can also call the Health First Colorado Nurse Advice Line for free medical information and advice in English and Spanish. Call 1-800-283-3221 (TTY 711) anytime 24/7. Learn about the Health First Colorado Nurse Advice Line.

If you need the information on this page in another format, please contact CCHA Member Support Services.

The information will be provided in paper form free of charge within 5 business days.

We can connect you to language services or help you find a provider with ADA accommodations.

If you are having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest hospital-based ER.

If you are having a mental health or substance use crisis, call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255.