What is
Care Coordination?

Care coordination means that all of your providers work with each other. This team of providers could be your primary care physician, behavioral health provider, or your social worker. They want to make sure you get the treatment you need to stay healthy. Your care coordinator can help you find local resources like food, clothing, utility help, transportation, and more. They can also talk to the people involved with you and your family, like your child’s school, or the Department of Human Services.

How can they help?

Health Solutions care coordinators are an extension of your health care team and can help you navigate the health care system and connect you with medical and non-medical services. They can help you:

  • Understand Health First Colorado benefits
  • Find a primary care doctor, behavioral health provider or specialist
  • Coordinate physical and behavioral health, dental, vision, home health, and long-term care needs
  • Connect with community resources
  • Enroll in programs to help manage chronic conditions, like diabetes
Care coordination is a free program for Health First Colorado (Medicaid) members.
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Most frequent questions and answers​

Care Coordination services are free for all Health First Colorado (Medicaid) members.


Your Care Coordinator can work with you to:

  • Understand your health plan benefits and create your health and wellness goals
  • Find your way around the health care system
  • Help get an appointment with your PCP, behavioral health provider, or a specialist
  • Bring together services with dental, home health, and long-term care providers
  • Connect you with social services you may need, such as transportation, food, clothing, and more

Call us at 719-545-2746 and let us know you’re interested in getting a Care Coordinator.

You can call us 24/7 at 719-545-2746 or e-mail the Care Coordination team.

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