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Long-Term Services & Supports

As of July 1, 2020 Colorado Access will no longer be the Single Entry Point for Region 3 Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, and Elbert counties. The new Single Entry Point agency will be Rocky Mountain Human Services. We are working with Rocky Mountain Human Services so that this transition is easy for you. If you have questions, please visit their website or call 844-790-RMHS (7647)

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Get the Care You Need

Do you have a disability or chronic illness? Do you also need help with your daily activities? With our long-term care program, we can help you get services you need. These services range from at-home care to skilled nursing care. Our goal is to help you live a more independent life.

Man in wheelchair having lunch with friend
Home healthcare nurse with elderly female patient

What We Offer

If you have Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) and need long-term services and supports, we can help. We offer many services. This includes support, planning, and care coordination services. We want to help you live an independent life. A care coordinator can help connect you to the right resources. They will help you understand your options so you can live independently in the community you choose.

Long-Term Services & Supports Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I need long-term care services?

If you need help with your daily activities because of a disability or a chronic illness, you may benefit from long-term services and supports. You may call us to apply.

What is long term services and supports?

Long Term Services and Supports is a Colorado network of organizations that helps people of any age who have a chronic illness or are limited and cannot care for themselves for long periods of time. These services can be both medical and non-medical. They can be provided at home, in the community, in an assisted living facility or in a nursing care facility. We are Colorado’s largest Single Entry Point (SEP) agency for people who need long-term assistance through Medicaid.