Colorado Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)
Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is a low-cost health insurance program for uninsured Colorado children ages 18 and under whose families earn or own too much to qualify for Medicaid but cannot afford private insurance. CHP+ encourages preventive and ear...
What is Colorado Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)?
The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provides health coverage to nearly eight million children and families with incomes too high to qualify for Medicaid, but can't afford private coverage.
In some states, CHIP covers parents and pregnant women. Each state offers CHIP coverage, and works closely with its state Medicaid program. Please note: These programs may be called by different names in your state.
Some benefits covered through CHIP, include:
- Routine check-ups
- Doctor visits
- Dental and vision care
- Inpatient and outpatient hospital care
- Laboratory and X-ray services
- Emergency services
CHIP serves uninsured children up to age 18 and pregnant women age 19 and over with incomes too high to qualify them for Medicaid.
In general for this benefit program, the child must be a U.S. national, citizen, legal alien or permanent resident, and have low income.
The child must also be a resident of Colorado.
In order to qualify, you must have an annual household income (before taxes) that is below the following amounts:
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What is the application process for Colorado Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+)?
To apply online, please visit the Colorado PEAK online application portal.
For additional application information, visit the How Do I Apply page. You will be able to download an application form directly from the site.
You may also find out if you qualify through the Marketplace application.