As a member of Community Care, you become part of a team that works together to provide you with the right care, at the right time, and in the right place. From resources to provider networks, the benefits of being a member are at your fingertips.
Primary Care Medical Provider
- Annual physical
- Immunizations and vaccines
- Routine screenings
- Well Child visit
Behavioral Health Services
- includes mental health and substance abuse
- For children, preventive (like cleanings and fluoride) and restorative (like fillings and crowns).
- For adults, preventive and diagnostic services and minor restorative services. And starting July 1, 2014: Root canals, crowns, and partial dentures.
Emergency Care (including ambulance)
- For adults, hearing exams when there is an existing related medical condition
- For children, hearing exams and other hearing services
Home Health Care
Maternity & Newborn Care and Family Planning
Nursing Home Services
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Services
Podiatry Services (for foot issues)
- For adults, exams and eyeglasses after surgery
- For children, regular exams and eyeglasses
You may also qualify for habilitative services. If you have questions about your benefits, ask your PCMP or call Customer Service at 719-314-2560.
Who is a member of Community Care?
Most Medicaid members will find out about their enrollment in a Regional Care Collaborative Organization (RCCO) like Community Care when they receive a notification letter from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing. If you received such a letter and live in Elbert, El Paso, Park or Teller County, this website will help you understand the RCCO program and the benefits associated with your membership in Community Care—the RCCO for your area.
How to become a member of Community Care:
If you are enrolled in Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program), you can become a Community Care member. Get information on Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) and how to enroll by calling our Service Center at 1-866-938-5091.
We can answer all of your questions and get you set up. The process is simple, but you will need to answer a series of questions, so be sure you call from a place where you have reception and can complete the call. Having any relevant medical information (i.e., names of prescriptions, etc.) on hand is beneficial, but not necessary.