The Health Care Program for Children with Special Needs (HCP) is a community resource for families and health care providers in Weld County. HCP serves children from birth to age 21 that have, or are at risk for, serious physical, behavioral, or emotional conditions. HCP promotes the Medical Home Approach and provides information, referrals, support, and care coordination services to children with special health care needs and their families. The HCP program has offices throughout Colorado and works in a partnership with families, community agencies and health care providers. The Weld HCP team includes: registered nurse care coordinators, a social worker, and an office technician.
Weld County HCP services are provided at no cost to the clients and there are no financial or diagnostic criteria necessary to receive assistance. It is important to note that HCP is not an insurance plan and is unable to pay for services.
HCP staff work with children with special health care needs and their families in an effort to connect them with medical, mental, oral health, psychosocial, early intervention, education, and family support resources in Weld County.
Weld County HCP helps you find:
- Medical Care/Medical Home
- Specialty Care
- Funding Resources for health care
- Community Resources
- Support Groups
There are no financial or diagnostic criteria, any child with a special health care need may receive services.