Stay Healthy at Home Using

Virtual Care

Healthcare Resources for Colorado

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Get care from the comfort and safety of your own home using your mobile phone, computer, or home phone.


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Which best describes you?

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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.



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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.

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NO Doctor - NO Insurance

If you do not have a doctor or health insurance, here are some resources 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.


  1. Colorado CovidLine 

A free hotline for COVID-19 screening and telehealth service for Coloradans who do not have health insurance.

Local: 720-902-9449

Toll-free: 1-855-963-3721



  1. 9 Health Neighbors 

You can call 303-698-4455 x2005 to leave a message with a 9Health Medical Neighbor and you will receive a call within 24 hours.



  1. Spark The Change - Mental Health Services

Connection with a mental health professional in your service area for free individual or group therapy sessions.

Call 1-844-380-6355


For additional free or low cost options you can review this list of Colorado services.

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Understanding Virtual Care

Virtual care, sometimes referred to as telehealth, is a great way to get the health care you need while still practicing social distancing by using your phone or computer. 


You might be surprised by the variety of care you can get through telehealth. A doctor will decide whether telehealth is appropriate for your health needs.