People Living with HIV

Linkage to care (LTC) is an on-going process where professionals help people with a new HIV-positive diagnosis, or HIV-positive people currently out of care, navigate the early stages of treatment.
 
LTC coordinators
An LTC coordinator connects people with a new HIV-positive diagnosis or HIV-positive people currently not receiving care to the appropriate medical care that they need. LTC coordinators help them understand what their status means for themselves and others, and to commit to a lifestyle that enhances their health and protects that of others.
 
13123 East 16th Ave., Aurora, 80045
Contact | 720-777-8233
 
605 Bannock St, Denver, 80204
303-602-3700
 
3131 W 14th Ave, Denver, 80204
Contact | 303-953-5902
 
6260 E Colfax Ave, Denver, 80220
Contact | 303-837-0166
 
7735 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, 80003
Contact | 303-425-6624
 
1635 Aurora Ct, Aurora, 80045
Contact | 720-848-0191
 
1136 Alpine Avenue, Suite 205, Boulder, 80304
Contact | 303-938-3167
 
2118 14th St., Boulder, CO 80302
Email |​ 303-444-6121
 
1635 Blue Spruce Drive, Fort Collins, 80524
Contact | 970-494-2936
 
Northern Colorado Health Network
400 Remington St #100, Fort Collins, 80524
Contact | 970-484-4469
 
If you are an LTC coordinator and you or your agency would like to be added or removed from this listing, let us know.
 
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Case management programs help people living with HIV navigate the complicated world of service providers. Your case manager is your expert guide.

 

Case Managers

Your case manager is your guide to the care and services that you might need if you are living with HIV. When you are dealing with an emergency,your case manager can direct you to the service providers who can help you. Case managers have experience dealing with landlords, health care providers, insurance companies, and medication support programs. This makes them your best advocate for issues from housing to health care.

 

It Takes A Village

1475 Lima St., Aurora, CO 80010
Contact | 303-367-4747

 

Children’s Hospital Immunodeficiency Program (CHIP)
13123 East 16th Ave., Aurora, CO 80045
Email | 720-777-8233

 

Denver Office of HIV Resources
200 West. 14th Ave., Ste 300, Denver, 80204
Email|​ 720-865-5420

 

Empowerment Program
1600 York St., Suite 101, Denver, CO 80206
Contact | 303-320-1989

 

Mile High Behavioral Healthcare

4242 Delaware St., Denver, CO 80216
Contact | 303-825-8113

 

Rocky Mountain Cares

4545 East 9th Ave., Suite 120, Denver, CO 80220
Contact | 303-393-8050

 

Servicios de la Raza

3131 West 14th Ave., Denver, CO 80204
Contact | 303-458-5851

 

Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP)
Boulder Location
2118 14th St., Boulder, CO 80302

Contact|​303-444-6121

 

Longmont Location
515 Kimbark St #100, Longmont, CO 80501
Contact|​303-774-8827

 

Colorado Health Network
Counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties

 

Denver
6260 East Colfax Ave., Denver, CO
Contact|​303-837-1501

 

Northern Colorado Health Network
Counties:Larimer, Logan, Morgan, Philips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld, and Yuma

 

​Fort Collins
400 Remington St., Suite 100, Fort Collins, CO
Contact|​970-484-4469

 

Greeley Location
807 17th St., Greeley, CO 80631
Contact|​970-484-4469

 

Southern Colorado Health Network
Counties:Alamosa, Baca, Bent, Chaffee, Cheyenne, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, El Paso, Elbert, Fremont, Huerfano, Kiowa, Kit Carson, Las Animas, Mineral, Otero, Park, Prowers, Pueblo, Rio Grande, Saguache, and Teller

 

Colorado Springs
1301 South 8th St., Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Contact|​719-578-9092

 

Pueblo Location
807 North Greenwood St., Suite 200, Pueblo, CO 81003
Contact |​719-225-8682

 

Western Colorado Health Network
Counties:Archuleta, Delta, Eagle, Dolores, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Jackson, Lake, La Plata, Mesa, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, San Juan, San Miguel, and Summit

 

Grand Junction
2352 North 7th St., Suite A-1, Grand Junction, CO 81501
Contact|​970-243-2437

 

When you are feeling well and your living conditions are stable, your case manager will help you think through a plan to maintain your health and stability, to deal with emergencies, and to direct you to support services that you may need.

 

If you provide case management, and you or your agency would like to be added or removed from this listing, email our communications team.

 

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The Ryan White State Drug Assistance Program (SDAP) helps people pay for costly HIV medications. The program is open to Colorado residents living with HIV and has an income less than 500% of the Federal Poverty Level.

 

Qualifications
  • You are a Colorado resident.

  • You are a person living with HIV/AIDS verifiable at CDPHE or from a doctor or testing facility.

  • Your income is less than the 500% Federal Poverty Level.​

    • ​In 2019, the 500% FPL for a household of one is $62,450.

Coverage Guidelines
  • SDAP is the payer of last resort. The system only accepts those with no other options.

  • If you can receive assistance with Medicaid, you must verify that you have applied for that program. (You may receive temporary access to our uninsured program while this application is pending.)

  • If you can receive insurance through your employer, a COBRA policy, or Connect for Health Colorado, you'll need to be enrolled in Colorado SDAP’s Health Insurance Assistance Program (HIAP).

  • You'll receive assistance in paying the costs of enrolling in this insurance.

  • If you're eligible for Medicare, you'll also need to join SDAP’s "Bridging the Gap Colorado" plan for help with the costs of prescription premiums and related co-payments.

  • If you have Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid program), the Supplemental Wrap-Around Program (SWAP) can help cover the copays on your SDAP formulary medicine.

  • If you can't access any other insurance, you'll be enrolled in the HIV Medication Assistance Program (HMAP).

Renewals
  • All members of Colorado SDAP must renew their eligibility for the program every six months.

  • This recertification is due on the last day of your birth month and the last day of the month six months from then.

  • Please submit your recertification documents on time to avoid delays in getting your prescription drugs or the loss of insurance. SDAP can't pay for premiums for people whose eligibility has expired.

Apply or renew for SDAP online
Fill out a paper application
Additional documents for application or renewal
Medications

A list of medications that are commonly used for people living with HIV.

SDAP meetings

The SDAP Review Committee open their monthly meeting to the public, allowing your input on the policies, practices, and formulary of Colorado SDAP.

For more information on the meetings, call 303-692-2783.