The General Assembly website offers a ton of useful information about the work we do for you every day. Follow legislation, learn about Colorado’s 65 Representatives and 35 Senators, learn more about the budget, or learn about the nonpartisan agencies that hold it all together.
Here are some other helpful links:
This service provides a direct link to non-emergency help for people seeking health and human services. It is both a database of nonprofits and a referral system to services like transportation, food banks, healthcare clinics and shelters. Calls are free and confidential.
The Child Health Plan Plus provides health insurance coverage for low-income children (18 years of age and younger) and pregnant women (19 years of age and older) to Colorado residents.
The Colorado Foreclosure Hotline connects homeowners in some state of delinquency or foreclosure with local housing counseling agencies for free assistance.
The Colorado Child Care Assistance Program provides financial assistance to low-income families that are working, searching for employment or are in training, and families that are enrolled in the Colorado Works Program and need child care services to support their efforts toward self-sufficiency. The CCCAP is administered through county departments of social services.
A clearinghouse of information on state services sorted by agency, by need, or even by county. Services include Medicaid and Medicare, food and childcare assistance, welfare, alcohol and drug abuse, foster care, housing, and many others.
- Suspect child abuse or neglect? Call 1-844-CO-4-KIDS
- Need helping dealing with a mental health crisis? Call 1-844-493-TALK
A wealth of information on how to file a claim, eligibility requirements, the appeal process and more.
LEAP helps low income individuals and families pay their utility bills.
Self-help legal information for civil matters, where to find no or low-cost legal help, court information, and more. There are other offices statewide.
The Colorado State Food Stamps Program assists low-income individuals and families by helping them purchase food. Applicants should contact their county department of human services.
Colorado Workforce is a job placement web site built specifically to place people with employers throughout the state of Colorado. Colorado Workforce offers job listings, computer and internet access, career counseling and training, and more. There are workforce centers all across the state.
This site provides a guide for Colorado consumers on how to choose insurance that is right for you.