SUPPORT GROUPS AND SERVICES

ASPENPOINTE

Call center: (719) 572-6100

460 County Rd 43A Bailey, CO 80421  and  295 5th St Fairplay, CO 80440

Website: www.aspenpointe.org

AspenPointe offers a full complement of support services to assist the individual in recovery through a comprehensive whole-person approach. Counseling services include (but are not limited to): Individual Counseling, Family/Couples Counseling, Psychiatric Assessment, Medication Management, and Consultation and Referral Services. AspenPointe is the designated Medicaid mental health provider for Park County with offices in Fairplay and Bailey. There are no additional fees for Medicaid clients. Flexible appointments and times are available.

 

BAILEY MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS (MOPS)

Platte Canyon Community Church

(303) 838-4409

4954 County Rd. 64/P.O. Box 147 Bailey, CO 80421

Website: www.mops.org (information on all MOPS groups and directions)

Ages Served: Pregnancy to age 6

Meetings: Every 1st & 3rd Thursday from 9:30-11:30 am, September through May

Description: Christian mothers outreach group including group discussions, informative speakers, crafts, refreshments and childcare.

 

CHILD CARE INNOVATIONS

As a contracted partner of Qualistar Colorado, Child Care Innovations operates a Child Care Resource and Referral Agency to locate licensed child care in your community, serving Park and seven additional counties.

1-877-338-2273

Websites: http:www.rrcc.edu/childcareinnovations

 Qualistar Colorado: www.qualistar.org - referrals, quality information and training calendar

 

CHILD FIND

Child find is a free community screening program for early identification of developmental delays for kids from birth to 5 years old. This includes speech/language skills, motor skills, cognitive and social-emotional development, and vision and hearing screenings.

Platte Canyon Coordinator: Marilyn Sturek (303) 679-7594

South Park Coordinator: Carla Scholl: (719) 836-4416

Lake George Coordinator: Patty Moore (719) 748-3911

 

COLORADO LEGAL SERVICES

(719) 539-4251

1604 H. Street, Suite 201 Salida, CO 81201

Contact: Jeanna Baitlon, Staff Attorney

 Colorado Legal Services provides legal assistance in civil cases to low income persons and members of vulnerable populations. Financial eligibility, except for senior citizens age 60 and over, is based on nationwide poverty guidelines. Services provided for free in civil matters  including family law, public benefits, housing, landlord-tenant problems, debt problems, Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security disability claims, and simple estate planning. Services are not available for criminal, traffic violations or fee-generating cases. Clients may call (719) 539-4251 for new case intake and the staff attorney is available for walk-in intake on the third Tuesday of the month from 9:00AM to 11:00AM at the Fairplay Library.

 

MOUNTAIN RESOURCE CENTER (MRC)

Phone: (303) 838-7552    Address:11030 Kitty Drive/ P.O. Box 425 Conifer, CO 80433

Website: www.mrcco.org

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm (Closed for lunch 1-2pm) Friday 9am-1pm

Mountain Resource Center is a community based nonprofit organization, providing essential health and human services to the mountain communities. Community Support Services provides family development and emergency assistance for rent/mortgage, food, clothing, utilities, case management, health coverage assistance, and disaster relief. The MRC Pediatric Health Clinic (open T & Th 9am-4pm) provides medical services and oral health care to uninsured and/or publicly insured youth ages birth-20. Other MRC services include a workforce center, food pantry, resale shop, parenting classes, parent/child classes with learning activities, domestic violence referrals, mental health referrals, and numerous volunteer opportunities.

 

PARENTS AS TEACHERS

Free child development program whose mission is to provide the information, support, and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life. PAT provides support from a child development expert at home or other location to be your child’s best first teacher.

South Park Coordinator: Carla Scholl 719-836-4416

Bailey Coordinator: Laurie Walowitz 303-838-7552 ext. 30

Website: www.parentsasteachers.org  www.parkparents.org - information on special events and community resources

 

PARK ALLIANCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN (PAYC)

Contact: Carla Scholl, President 719-836-4416    Address: P.O. Box 470 Alma, Co 80420

PAYC coordinates a group of parents and service providers whose mission is to better meet the needs of Park County’s young children and their families and to promote the creative utilization of existing resources and the development of additional resources. Areas of focus include health and fitness, coordinated screenings, parent support and education, and increased quality & availability of child care and early education.

 

 

PARK COUNTY SENIOR COALITION

Phone: (719) 836-4295    Address: 825 Clark St. / P.O. Box 309 Fairplay, CO 80440

Contact: Bobbi Gore, Executive Director     Email: scofpc@parkco.us

Website: parkcoseniors.org

The Senior Coalition helps seniors aged 60+ to live at home and in the county for as long as possible. Primary programs include transportation, meal delivery, homemaker, and handyman

services.  Information and referral services are also offered as well as coordinating some financial assistance available with other organizations

 

PEACEWORKS, INC. (Mountain Peace Shelter and Mountain Peace Boutique programs)

Phone: Hotline:(303) 838-8181   Office: (303)838-7176   Boutique: (303)-816-2448

Address: P.O. Box 836 Bailey, CO 80421

Contact: Janet Shown, Interim Executive Director

Website:  www.mountainpeace.org     Email:  info@mountainpeace.org

Emergency domestic violence shelter/ 24 hour hotline serves Park, Mountain Jeff Co, and the surrounding mountain areas. Community education, empowerment center, Energy Outreach Funds and other limited financial help available for community residents. Referral resources are available for medical, dental, optical, mental health and transportation assistance. Safe pets program available for shelter residents.

 

THE RESOURCE EXCHANGE

Early Intervention Colorado – Park County Office

Phone: (303) 816-0011   Address: 57393 Hwy 285/ P.O. Box 1069 Bailey, CO 80421

Website: www.tre.org     Email: info@tre.org

Contact: Hope Flansburg

Early intervention provides supports and services to children birth through two years of age that have a delay in one or more areas of development. Families are given guidance and support to help promote their child’s development during their everyday routines. The program is provided at no cost to families.

Family Support Services

Phone: (303) 816-0605   

Address: 59865 Hwy. 285 Bailey, CO 80421 / P.O. Box 856 Woodland Park CO 80866

Website: www.tre.org     Email:info@tre.org

Contact: Dan Embry

The Family Support Services Program serves individuals with developmental disabilities, ages 3 and up residing in the home. Services include advocacy, funding, community resources, and helping families understand the state resources available (Children’s Extensive Services, Supported Living Services, and Comprehensive Services).

 

 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN RURAL HEALTH

Phone: (719) 836-2169

Address: 525 Hathaway St. / PO Box 1600, Fairplay, CO 80440

Website: www.rmrh.org    Email: info@rmrh.org

Community Medical Assistance Program assists people in Park County to receive healthcare in cooperation with Fairplay’s South Park Medical Group. Discounted healthcare with a sliding scale fee up to 70% off is available to Park County residents who meet income eligibility requirements.

 

CLOTHING ASSISTANCE

 

CLOTHES CLOSET CROW HILL BIBLE CHURCH

Phone: (303) 838-2259 Address: 63555 US Hwy 285 Bailey, CO 80421

Hours: second and fourth Saturdays of each month, 10am-12pm

Gently used clothing offered free to all. Call office for more info or donation drop off.

 

FOOD ASSISTANCE

 

FAIRPLAY ADVENTIST COMMUNITY SERVICES

Phone: (719) 837-2254  Contact: Cheryl Carle

Address: 801 Costello Ave. Fairplay, CO 80440

Hours: 9am-12pm on the Monday following the second Friday of the month

Government commodities and other foods; income and eligibility requirements.

 

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH FOOD BANK

Phone: (303) 838-4130

Address: 1033 Rim Rock Rd. Bailey, CO 80421

Hours: 9am-11am, second Saturday of the month

Government commodities and other foods for Park County and Jeffco residents

 
TOTES OF HOPE BACKPACK FOOD PROGRAM
Free- Any child birth to 18 year can stop by the Boys & Girls Club of South Park and pick up a
tote full of pantry type foods every Friday at The South Park Boys And Girls Club  360 9th Street.
Call: 719-836-9019

 

HARRIS PARK BIBLE CHURCH

Phone: (303) 838-1869

Address: 2257 Shelton Rd. Bailey, CO 80421

Hours: Thursdays, Winter 3:30pm-5:30pm  Summer 4pm-6pm

Food bank serves Park County residents & others, no income requirements, minimal paperwork.

 

LITTLE CHAPEL FOOD PANTRY

Phone: (719) 322-7610

Address: 69 County Road 5 Divide, CO 80814

Hours: 4:30-6:30pm on the second and fourth Monday of the month

Pre-packed food boxes, Park County residents welcome, registration card required but no income requirements, Commodities program provides additional food for low-income seniors aged 60+

Website: www.littlechapelfoodpantry.org   Email:foodpantry@jklint.com

 

SOUTH PARK FOOD BANK

Contact: Mary Kanack 719-836-3781

Address: 530 Front St. Fairplay, CO 80440 (entrance in rear of building)

Hours: 10am-12pm 2nd Saturday of the month

Wide variety of wholesome food provided to residents of South Park area; no income requirements but I.D. required to show residency.

 

WOMEN, INFANT AND CHILDREN (WIC)

Phone: (303) 816-5974

Fairplay Public Health Office 825 Clark St. Fairplay, CO 80440

Bailey Public Health Office 59865 Hwy 285 Bailey, CO 80421

Park County Public Health’s Women, Infant, and Children’s Program is a nutrition education and free food program. WIC provides breastfeeding education, health referrals, and supplemental food for pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women as well as infants and children. Many working families qualify for WIC. Income requirements are higher than many other government programs. Call for more information and appointments.

 

 

Depression is a common illness that can be devastating if untreated. People who suffer from depression often turn to alcohol or drugs to feel better but end up developing another dangerous condition instead. Health care professionals can treat both depression and substance use disorders together to aid in recovery.

 

 

https://www.drugrehab.com/co-occurring-disorder/depression/

 

https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/pregnancy/

 

 

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AND LIBRARIES

PARK COUNTY LIBRARIES

Park County libraries provide services including Virtual Workforce Centers, business machines and internet access, book clubs, children’s story hours, summer reading programs, community information, tax forms, and volunteer opportunities.

Website:  parkcounty.colibraries.org

Bailey Branch

Phone: (303) 838-5539     Fax: (303) 838-2351     Email: baileylib@parkco.us

Address: 350 Bulldogger Road Bailey, CO 80421

Hours: M, T, TH, F 10am-5pm, Wed 11am-6pm, Sat, 10am-4pm

Fairplay Branch

Phone: (719) 836-4297     Fax: (719) 836-0863    Email: fairplaylib@ parkco.us

Address: 418 Main St / P.O. Box 592 Fairplay, CO 80440

Hours: Mon – Sat 11am – 5pm

Lake George Branch

Phone: (719) 748-3812 Fax: (719) 748-3812     Email: lakegeorgelib@parkco.us

Address: 37900 Hwy 24 Lake George, CO 80827

Hours: M-TH 12pm-4:30pm, Sat 10am-2pm

Guffey Branch

Phone: (719) 689-9280    Fax: (719) 689-9280    Email: guffeylib@parkco.us

Address: 1625 B Park County road 102 / P.O. Box 33 Guffey, CO 80820

Hours: T, W, TH 1pm- 5pm, Sat 10am-2pm

 

MARGE E. HUDAK SWIMMING POOL (at Platte Canyon High School)

Phone: (303)679-7457

Address: 57393 Hwy 285 Bailey, CO 80421

Contact: Zak Weitl, Pool Manager

Website: www.plattecanyonpool.org

Program includes open swim, lap swim, aquacise, swim lessons, summer swim team, lifeguard training, parent –tot water exploration, gym & swim sessions and special classes such as Scuba, Snorkeling, Kayak, and Stroke Development Clinics.  Pool is handicap accessible. The pool, adjoining gym, and party room are all available for private rental.

 

 

SOUTH PARK RECREATION CENTER

Phone: (719) 836-0747     Fax: (719) 836-0710

Address: 1190 Bullet Rd. / P.O. Box 1075 Fairplay, CO 80440

Hours: M-F 6am -8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 12-6

Website: www.southparkrec.org

South Park Recreation Center offers cardiovascular equipment, circuit weight area, swimming pool, skatepark, BMX track, meeting rooms and pool party room. Programs include fitness classes for adults, swimming lessons, and soccer and basketball for youth. Child care is available for members while they use the facilities and programs from M-Th 8:30am -1pm;  reserve child care in advance, no drop-ins. Monthly, quarterly, or annual memberships are available or purchase punch passes or daily pass.

 

YOUTH GROUPS

 

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF SOUTH PARK

Phone:

(719) 836-9019 (Fairplay)

303-838-7666 ext 1408 (for Bailey summer camp)

Address: 360 9th St. / P.O. Box 2167 Fairplay, CO 80440

Hours: After school, Fridays 8am-5pm, and some school in-service days.

           Summer camp M-F 8am-5:30pm

Website: www.bgcsp.com

Boys & Girls Club serves youth ages 6-18, specializing in character, leadership development, education, health and life skills. Program includes Fitness and Art. Summer Camp programs are available in Fairplay and Bailey.

 

GIRL SCOUTS

Phone: 303-778-8774, 1-877-404-5708

inquiry@gscolorado.org  (to locate a troop)

Website: www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org

Youth program whose goal is to develop leadership skills in girls aged 5-18 through hands-on, girl-led activities as they participate in local troops, camps, travel, or virtual on-line groups. Opportunity to discover girl’s personal best, connect with others, locally & globally and take action to make the world a better place. Program highlights include badges and awards, camps, crafts, community service, and friendship.

 

BOY SCOUTS

Boy Scout Troop 238 meets at Platte Canyon Community Church in Bailey on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at 7pm. Ages: 12-18 years old.

Contact: Scoutmaster, Paul Puseman, 303-816-6705.

 

4-H

Phone: (719) 836-4296

Address: Park County Fairgrounds, Fairplay, CO 80440

Contact: Deborah Lester  Email: Deborah.Lester@colostate.edu

Website: www.parkcofair.com

Park County 4H serves youth ages 5-18 and works in conjunction with the Colorado State University Extension Service. 4H offers projects to enrich skills, meetings to encourage social development and participation within society, camps, conferences, trips and exchange programs.

 

 

PARK COUNTY GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Web Site: www.parkco.us

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

Fairplay Office: (719) 836-4139      825 Clark St. / P.O. Box 968 Fairplay, CO 80440

Bailey Office:     (303) 816-5939      59865 Hwy 285 / P.O. Box 1193 Bailey, CO 80421

Hours: Monday – Thursday 7am-6pm (closed for lunch 12-1pm)   

(303) 816-5939 To report child abuse/neglect or adult abuse; after hours, please contact Park County Communications (719) 836-4121.  For emergencies, call 911.

Human Services provides multiple services to all age groups from prenatal to senior citizens. The department’s focus is primarily on vulnerable and “at-risk” clients such as low–income families, children in need of protection, the aged, and the disabled.

Food Assistance Food Stamps or Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP)

Food assistance is available for low income eligible individuals and families

Colorado Works/TANF serves low-income families with children and pregnant women by providing income assistance and supportive services to enable participants to find and retain employment and to provide for their families.

Family Medical Assistance for eligible low-income residents including children and families.

Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) offers health and dental care for uninsured Colorado children to age 18 and health care for pregnant women, whose family earnings do not qualify them for Medicaid.

Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) provides day care financial assistance to families who qualify.

 Child Support Services include paternity testing, enforcement of support, legal services for child support orders and location of and strengthening support from non-custodial parents. 

Child Welfare Program focuses on protecting children from abuse and neglect and assisting parents in improving their parenting skills and preserving family unity.

Adult Protection Services Program exists to protect at-risk adults from abuse, neglect, self-neglect, and exploitation through the provision of services. At-risk adults in Colorado will live safely in the least restrictive environment with dignity and independence.

Low-Income Energy Assistance (LEAP) provides assistance with part of winter heating costs for qualified families and prevention of utility shut-offs. Apply from November 1st through April 30th at county offices or call (866) 432-8435.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Fairplay Office: (719)836-4161     825 Clark St. / P.O. Box 846 Fairplay, CO 80440

Bailey Office:     (303) 816-5970    59865 Hwy 285 Bailey, CO 80421

Hours: Monday - Thursday 7am-6pm   

Park County Public Health provides pregnancy testing, breastfeeding education, communicable disease surveillance and control, free or low-cost immunizations for uninsured individuals and those who have Medicaid or CHP+, and emergency preparedness services. A Healthy Communities outreach worker provides assistance in finding doctors and other resources for children who are Medicaid and CHP+ eligible.  Assistance is provided with enrolling in the Nurse-Family Partnership Program, an educational program for first time parents.

Women, Infant, and Children’s Program (WIC) information is listed under food assistance.

 

Child find Evaluations

Early Childhood Developmental ScreeningS

 

Description: Children from birth to five years of age living in the Platte Canyon or Park County School District are eligible to have a developmental screening and/or evaluation. This includes speech/language skills, motor skills, cognitive and social emotional development, vision and hearing screening. Child Find is a free community screening service offered through the school districts. Therapy services are available at no cost to those who qualify.

 

For more information on early intervention services: http://www.eicolorado.org/

 

For all of Park County Call: Birth-3 at: 303-816-0011

Platte Canyon Re-1 (Bailey) Call: Marilyn Sturek Birth-5 at:  303-679-7594

Park County Re-2 (Fairplay) Call: Carla School Birth-5 at: 719-836-4416

Lake George Charter School Call:  Patty Moore Birth-5 at:  719-748-3911

 

 

 

 

South Park Early Childhood Services

 

 719-836-4416

Parents As Teachers  Free support from a child development expert in child’s home or other location.  Parents are their child’s best fist teacher!

Preschool Classes  Free or low cost half day sessions for children 2 ½  -5 years of age. 

Screenings and Assessments  Free checkup of your child’s speech, learning, movement and social/emotional skills.

Developmental Support  Free therapies if your child’s assessment indicates a need.

Infant Toddler Playgroup  Free weekly group for children birth to age three and a caregiver.  Projects, snacks and story.

Parent Workshops  Free monthly events for patents of children 0-5. Typically dinner and childcare are provided.  Topics of interest to parents of very young children.

Toy Lending Library  Free toys, books, early math and reading materials for families to check out and take home.

Parent/Provider Resource Library  Hundreds of books, videos and resources for families or service providers to borrow.  Topics vary from positive discipline, nutrition for kids, teaching your child at home, to helping siblings adjust and many more.

Parents As Teachers

Parents As Teachers- Padres como Maestros


South Park Contact: Carla Scholl: 719-836-4416

Bailey Contact:  Mary Alice Cohen: 303-838-7552
http://www.parentsasteachers.org/
Please visit the Parents As Teachers page on this website, click here

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Summit County Early Childhood Options



Early Childhood Options

Opciones para la niñez temprano de Summit County
Contact Information:

http://www.earlychildhoodoptions.org/
 
970-513-1170 x307
Lucinda@earlychildhoodoptions.org

This site is a great resource for families with children being cared for in the Summit County area.

The Vision of Early Childhood Options

A community that supports the early learning and development of all young children.

The Mission of Early Childhood Options

To promote a collaborative system that improves the quality, affordability and availability of early childhood programs in Summit County.

Early Childhood Options Programs
  • Child Care Resource & Referral--connecting great kids with great care

  • Summit County Head Start Partnership

  • The R.E.A.L. (Reading Early, Always Learning) Project--early literacy initiative

  • RightStart Partner--working with Summit County government to support early care and education

  • Quality Matters--supporting quality in early care & learning

  • Champion for Children--advocating for our youngest citizens

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South Park Events-Primarily Hartsel, Jefferson, Como, Alma & Fairplay

www.southparkevents.com

If you see information that needs to be updated or you know of organizations that are not

listed, please email me and it will be added or corrected.  Thank you, Natalie Hermansen nfairplay@aol.com

Local Health Services

Aspen Park Pediatrics

25797 Conifer Rd. Suite B110 Conifer, CO 80433

Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:30a.m. - 5p.m. Doctors on call 24 hours/day, 7 days/week

Description: Board certified in pediatric emergency medicine and general pediatrics.

Website: http://aspenparkpediatrics.com

Call: 303-838-3355

 


CHP+ Child Health Plan Plus

1-800-359-1991

Park County Public Health 719-836-4161/303-816-5970

Mountain Resource Center 303-838-7552

Website: http://www.chpplus.org/

Ages Served: Pregnant women and children birth-18

Hours offered: Mon-Thurs 8ap-5pm

Description: Provides insurance to Colorado's uninsured children under 18 whose family meets income guidelines as well as uninsured, pregnant women who meet income guidelines.

 


CONIFER MEDICAL CENTER

26659 Pleasant Park Rd Conifer, CO 80433

Family medicine, preventative, minor injuries, surgery, gynegology, pediatrics, psychiatry, dermatology, geriatrics, sports medicine.

Website: http://www.conifermedical.com

Call: 303-674-0605


conifer mountain family medicine10791 Kitty Dr., Conifer, CO 80433

 

Description: Family Medicine is a specialty that provides comprehensive healthcare for every member of the family.

Call: 303- 838-4686


Evergreen-Conifer Pediatrics

26719 Pleasant Park Rd. suite #120 Conifer, Colorado 80433, and 30960 Stagecoach Blvd. PO Box 2530 Evergreen, Colorado 80439

Hours: Mon - Fri, 8am-5pm

Description: Primary Care Pediatrics group practice, and as such, is here to help children get healthy and stay healthy, regardless of social status, race, and sex, religious belief, sexual orientation, or what kind of parents they have. Personal preferences, biases, or prejudices shall not interfere with this goal.

Website: http://www.evergreenpeds.yourmd.com

Evergreen:303-674-6671

Conifer: 303-838-7337


 

Mountain Resource Center health clinic Center

11030 Kitty Dr. mailing: P.O. Box 425 Conifer, CO 80433

Ages served: Birth – 20 yrs

Hours: Tue & Thurs 9am to 4pm

Description: Provide quality health care and dental care for uninsured and publicly insured youth. Website: www.mountainresourcecenter.org Email: info@mrcco.org

Call: 303-838-7552

 


Platte Canyon Family Medical Clinic

460 CR 43, Suite 2, Bailey, CO 80421

Ages served: All ages.

Hours: Wed & Fri - 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Description: Full-service family practice medical clinic offering well woman care, minor trauma care, treatment of illnesses both acute and chronic, well child care and immunizations. Family counseling and health education available. Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, & CHP+.

Website: http://www.mcpn.com

Certified nurse practitioner: 303-838-1166

For appointment: 303-360-6276


Park County Public Health Services

59865 Hwy 285 Bailey, CO 80421

Website: http://www.parkco.us Email: pcpublichealth@parkco.us

· Immunizations - Vaccination is a simple and effective method of preventing diseases. Routine childhood immunizations that prevent a variety of contagious diseases are offered at Park County Public Health for free or low cost. Adult immunizations are available for a fee. Park County Public Health offers vaccinations at scheduled clinics and by appointment. Call the Bailey office for clinic schedules or to make an appointment.

Website: http://www.vaccineinformation.org

Call: 303-816-5970

· Pregnancy testing - Park County Public Health provides free pregnancy tests. Information remains confidential. Call Bailey office for an appointment.

Call:303-816-5970

· Breastfeeding Education - Both babies and mothers gain many benefits from breastfeeding. Park County Public Health employees a certified Breastfeeding Educator. Website: http://www.cdc.gov/breastfeeding

Call: 303-816-5974

· Flu-Shots-Seasonal - Park County Public Health offers seasonal flu shots to residents for a fee. Clinics are held at various locations throughout the flu season or you can call for an appointment.

Website: http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/keyfacts.htm and www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/flushot.htm

To schedule an appointment for a flu shot (October-April):

Call: 303-816-5970

· Health Care Program for Children with Special Needs - Health Care Program for Children with Special Needs (HCP) is a resource for families, health care providers and communities. It is a federal and state funded medical assistance program. It is the goal of HCP to improve the health, development and well being of Colorado’s children with special health care needs. HCP serves children from birth to 21 years of age who have or are at risk for serious physical, behavioral or emotional conditions.

Website: http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/ps/hcp

Call: 303-838-7653

· Early & Periodic Screening, Diagnosis & Treatment (EPSDT) - Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Service is Medicaid’s comprehensive and preventive child health program for individuals age 20 and under. EPSDT emphasizes preventative care and complete early treatments. The mission of Colorado’s EPSDT Outreach and Case management program is to guide families with children eligible for Medicaid to value, access and use appropriate health care services that lead to their health and well being. Website: http://www.hrsa.gov/epsdt

Call: 303-838-7653

· Need health insurance for your kids? CHP+ P.O. Box 929, Denver, CO 80201

Colorado Health Plan Plus (CHP+) provides insurance to Colorado’s uninsured children under 18 whose family meets income guidelines. For info and to download forms visit: http://www.cchp.org/

Call: 303-816-5930 or 1-800-359-1991

 


 

Depression is a common illness that can be devastating if untreated. People who suffer from depression often turn to alcohol or drugs to feel better but end up developing another dangerous condition instead. Health care professionals can treat both depression and substance use disorders together to aid in recovery.

 

 

https://www.drugrehab.com/co-occurring-disorder/depression/

 

https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/pregnancy/

 

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN POISON CENTER

303-739-1123


ROCKY MOUNTAIN RURAL HEALTH

525 Hathaway St.

P.O. Box 1600

Fairplay, CO 80440

Description: Community Medical Assistance Program (sliding scale medical care)

Community Health Education Outreach.

719-836-2169

 


SOUTH PARK MEDICAL GROUP

525 Hathaway St.

P.O. Box 760

Fairplay, CO 80440

719-836-1900

Katherine Fitting, MD, FACP


TIMBERLINE CLINIC

 

Fairplay, CO 80440

719-836-3455

Katie Young, CFNP


For guidelines for best protecting child passengers visit:

 

http://www.carseatscolorado.com/

 

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