In the Spotlight...
News & Events
  • Beacon Health Options announces March 2016 Peer Specialist Training.
    • Registration forms are available here.
  • Are you involved in the criminal justice system? If so, based on your income, you may be able to get health insurance through Medicaid to see a doctor, cover your drug or alcohol treatment or go to a dentist!
  • Help for People Recovering from a suicide attempt SAMHSA just released a booklet to help people who have attempted suicide take their first steps toward healing and recovery. The booklet, titled A Journey Toward Health and Hope: Your Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt, can be downloaded or purchased from the SAMHSA website.
  • Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Problems – To get care for a Substance Use Disordervisit our SUD page.
  • Statewide Mental Health Crisis Line Colorado’s statewide mental health crisis hotline is taking calls. They are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at 844-493-TALK (8255). To learn more, visit their website.
  • CHP Performance Improvement Advisory Committee (PIAC)
    - Please click on the link below to find out more about the new CHP Committee. PIAC Information
  • CHP's Recovery Forum
    Learn how you can become involved in committees, decision making and training.
  • How does the recent election impact Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid program)? Our goal is to keep you updated on any changes to Health First Colorado related to the recent election. Please click on the link, ACA FAQ's, for the latest information
Mountains Horse on a country lane Happy family Colorado Springs city skyline Pikes Peak Antelope Children
En Español

Colorado Health Partnerships

Welcome to the Colorado Health Partnerships website.  We invite you to explore this site to discover the many ways that Colorado Health Partnerships can serve you.  Whether you are a Medicaid Member,  a family member served by Colorado Health Partnerships or  a provider, you can find useful information with the click of a mouse:
Services: Find out more about the services that Colorado Health Partnerships provides thru the Colorado Medicaid Community Mental Health Services Program and its contract with Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing.

About: Learn more about Colorado Health Partnerships and what the Partnership means for you!

Contacts: Get connected to Colorado Health Partnerships.  Get answers to your questions and responses to your concerns through the website or our toll free number!

In the Spotlight: Stay informed about Colorado mental health news and upcoming educational events offered by Colorado Health Partnerships.

Members and Families: Get information and resources regarding Mental Health treatment, as well as information regarding members' rights and responsibilities under Medicaid regulations.

Providers:  Get information on Colorado Health Partnerships’ benefits and requirements for Providers.

You can call Colorado Health Partnerships at the following toll-free numbers:

Providers: 800-804-5040 or 719-538-1430
Members: 800-804-5008