Are you pregnant? If you are expecting a baby, it is important
to get medical care (called prenatal care) during your pregnancy. Pregnant women who get prenatal care have healthier babies. As a Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) member, you can get access to free medical care to help keep you and your baby healthy. When you find out you are pregnant let us know so we can help you get the services you need. Also tell us when your baby is born so we can help make sure your baby gets enrolled in Health First Colorado, too. Log in to your account at Colorado.gov/PEAK
or through the PEAKHealth mobile app. Call or visit your county’s human or social
services department. Call the Health First Colorado Member Contact Center at 1-800-221-3943, State Relay: 711 For pregnant women, medical care is free before your baby is born and 60 days after birth. You do not have to pay co-payments for doctor visits or prescriptions. Your coverage includes: Prenatal care including doctor visits, blood work and ultrasounds throughout your pregnancy, as recommended by your doctor. Prenatal vitamins. Delivery and hospital maternity care. Depression screening and treatment. Access to special support programs such as the Nurse Home Visitor Program, if you qualify. Future family planning. Breast pumps, when medically necessary, and more. Your baby will have Health First Colorado
(Colorado’s Medicaid Program) coverage and free medical care for a full year after they
are born. Call Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) at 1-800-221-3943, State Relay: 711 or visit HealthFirstColorado.com to learn
more about coverage and additional resources.