Medicaid renewals require updated information

Published on June 29, 2022

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The Weld County Department of Human Services Assistance Payments Division would like to remind residents who are currently enrolled in Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid program) and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) to make sure all contact information is up to date in order to receive important information about coverage and continue receiving benefits.

“It is imperative that current contact information is up to date so that residents can stay in the know about their Health First Colorado or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) health coverage. Otherwise, if a person receiving coverage cannot be reached, they risk losing that coverage if paperwork is not properly filled out and contact info is not current,” explained Andie Garnand, Assistance Payments Division Head.  

Residents who have moved in the past three years or have changed contact information recently need to be sure all information is up to date. Health First Colorado and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) require a phone number, email and mailing address.

Information can be updated in one of these ways:

  • Visit Colorado.gov/PEAK. If you don’t have a PEAK account, you can create one at Colorado.gov/PEAK.
  • Use the Health First Colorado app on your phone. This free app is for Health First Colorado and CHP+ members. Download it for free in the Google Play or Apple App stores.
  • CHP+ members can call 800-359-1991 (State Relay: 711). Help is available in multiple languages.
  • Contact Weld County Assistance Payments Division at (970) 400-6012.

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