Connection to Coverage helps individuals apply for Medicaid and subsidized insurance plans through Connect for Health Colorado’s online marketplace. Doctors Care Certified Health Coverage Guides provide free, one-on-one assistance to help individuals understand their insurance options and applying for Medicaid, tax-credits for private plans, or obtain other financial assistance in getting coverage. Doctors Care is a Connect for Health Colorado Enrollment Center and a Certified Medicaid Application Assistance Site.

Open Enrollment
November 1, 2021 – January 15, 2022

Open Enrollment Information – Spanish and English



Schedule a Virtual Appointment Today!

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OR Start the process on your own: Details here. 

Member Eligibility Determination for Monthly Child Tax Credit Payments

A recent expansion of the Child Tax Credit (CTC) and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 allows Colorado families to receive up to $300.00 a month for every child ages 0 – 5 and $250.00 a month for every child ages 6 – 17 living in their household. Families who filed taxes in 2020 may already be receiving these checks or direct deposits.

The child tax credits do not count as income for eligibility for Health First Colorado, Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) and other public assistance programs.

Preparing for your appointment:

Please come prepared for your appointment. Being prepared helps the appointments go more quickly and smoothly.

Appointment slots are limited. Please call if you need to cancel or reschedule so we can help another person.

New clients, you must complete Intake Paperwork before your appointment. Check your email for a packet from IntakeQ.

View a list of what to have at your appointment.

Browse your plan options before your appointment.


How do I get help figuring out the best option for me?

Doctors Care’s certified Health Coverage Guides can help walk you through it! Schedule a FREE virtual appointment with Doctors Care.

What should I do if I am making less money?

Your insurance premium could be reduced OR you may qualify for Medicaid. You should update your PEAK or Connect for Health Colorado account. Doctors Care health coverage guides can help.

I lost my health insurance, how do I make sure I’m covered? 
  • You now have 60 days to enroll in health insurance under a Life Change Event.
  • Depending on your situation, you may qualify for Medicaid OR a plan on Connect for Health Colorado.
  • If you had insurance with your job you may be able to keep the same plan through Cobra, though it will be more expensive.
Where do I go to apply if I want to apply on my own?
When do I need to make changes to my account?

It is important to keep all your information up to date in PEAK or Connect for Health Colorado whenever there is a change. There may be tax consequences at the end of the year if you do not keep your account up to date. You might even save money on your premium with some life changes.

  • You will need to update your account if any of these life changes happen:
    • Got married/divorced
    • Had a child
    • Changed or lost your job
    • Change or loss in income
    • Moved
    • Death in your household
    • And More
I got a letter from Medicaid asking me to re-determine. What does that mean?

Every year you must re-determine. This is the process of updating your account to see if you still qualify for Medicaid. To stay on Medicaid you must complete this process. If you got a redetermination letter, please respond immediately.

What is the Public Health Emergency?

Due to COVID-19, a Public Health Emergency (PHE) is in place. During the PHE, people will stay on Medicaid even if they are over income. When the PHE ends, those who are no longer eligible for Medicaid will have a 60 day special enrollment period to buy new coverage.

PHE is likely to extend through the end of 2021. If you have questions about your eligibility, please contact a Doctors Care Health Coverage Guide at 720-458-6185.

What is Public Charge? Should I be worried about it?
In immigration, public charge describes a person who might rely on the government for financial, housing, or food assistance, or for health care.
If the government decides that a person is a “public charge,” their application to enter the US, or to get a green card, may be denied.
Public charge does not apply to US citizens or individuals applying for:
  • Temporary Protected Status
  • U or T Visas
  • Asylum
  • Refugee Status
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
  • Individuals renewing a green card or applying for citizenship
For more information, click here. For Spanish, click here. Visit the Coalition for Immigrant Health’s website for additional resources.
What if I have a question that is not answered here?

Doctors Care’s Health Coverage Guides are happy to answer any questions you may have. Call 720-458-6185.


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Connect for Health Colorado™ is an online marketplace where individuals, families and small businesses in Colorado can shop, compare and purchase health insurance. Learn more about Connect for Health Colorado. Doctors Care is a certified enrollment center.