Stay Healthy at Home Using
Healthcare Resources for Colorado
What is Virtual Care?
Virtual care, also known as telehealth, is a great way to get the health care you need by using your phone, tablet, or computer. Telehealth can be used for a variety of health needs, and a doctor will decide whether it is right for your situation.
Using telehealth can save you time and money traveling to the doctor's office, and sometimes can get you in to see a doctor faster than in person. Get quality care from the comfort, convenience, and safety of your own home.
Which best describes you?
YES, I have a doctor
If you have a doctor, please contact them first. Most doctors offer virtual or telehealth ‘visits’ on the phone or by internet.
YES, I have insurance - NO doctor
Your health insurance company can help connect you to care without leaving your home — this visit is often called telehealth or virtual care.
- Tip: Search your app store to see if your insurance company has a mobile app.
Have a question about your insurance works?
- Contact the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), Division of Insurance's Consumer Services Team:
- Call 303-894-7490 / 800-930-3745, or email them at DORA_Insurance@state.co.us
Need to file a complaint against your insurer?
- Visit DORA's Division of Insurance's website: https://doi.colorado.gov/for-consumers/file-a-complaint
NO Doctor - NO Insurance
If you do not have a doctor or health insurance, check out the resources below for doctors, nurses, and mental health professionals that can help you on the phone, tablet, or computer. Many of these services are offered for free or at low cost.
For those without insurance, a Virtual Urgent Care visit with UCHealth is $49, where you can see a local health care provider on your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://www.uchealth.org/services/virtual-urgent-care/
Connection with a mental health professional in your service area for free individual or group therapy sessions.
Call 1-844-380-6355 or visit their website: https://www.sparkthechangecolorado.org/mental-health#Client%20Services
Are you a provider or organization who offers low cost or free telehealth services, and want to be listed here? Let us know by emailing email@example.com.
Do you need internet or devices?
- The Affordable Connectivity Program offers discounts on internet and laptops, tablets, and desktop computers for eligible households. Eligible households can get:
- Up to a $30/month discount on your internet service
- Up to a $75/month discount if your household is on qualifying Tribal lands
- A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50)
- A low cost service plan that may be fully covered to a $50/month discount on your broadband service and associated equipment rentals
Visit the Affordable Connectivity Program website to see if you qualify and to sign up for the program: https://www.affordableconnectivity.gov/
- PCs for People is a non-profit organization that provides affordable computers and low-cost internet to eligible individuals. Visit their website to see if you qualify: https://www.pcsforpeople.org/eligibility/
- Help improve broadband for your community by taking the Colorado Broadband Office's Broadband Survey - this survey provides data on the Colorado Broadband Map, which is used to make decisions about state broadband grant funding. https://gis.colorado.gov/speedtest/