Services

Services


Health Care Navigation and Assistance

Cropped Connect for Health LogoACC helps uninsured individuals access low-cost health services through Connect for Health Colorado, an online marketplace where individuals, families and small employers can shop, compare, and purchase health insurance plans. Our Certified Health Coverage Guides (CHCG) provide in-person insurance enrollment assistance at no cost. In addition, CHCGs help individuals apply for federal financial assistance to reduce the cost of health insurance.

Call ACC to set up an appointment with one of our CHCGs. Or, set-up an online appointment with ACC or one of its partner agencies.

Please bring the following to your appointment:

  • Address
  • Social security numbers for all applicants
  • Birthdates for all applicants
  • Immigration documents (if applicable)
  • Projected household income for the year (may require verification with W-2/pay stubs)
  • Health insurance information (if currently covered)
  • Information about employer-sponsored health insurance coverage, including employee contribution amount (if applicable)
  • Medicaid denial number (if applicable)

 


Food Stamp Application Assistance

391px-Supplemental_Nutrition_Assistance_Program_logo.svgACC helps individuals apply for food stamps using PEAK, Colorado’s public assistance portal.

Please bring the following to your appointment:

  • Proof of citizenship of residency
  • Social security numbers
  • Proof of income
  • Rent/mortgage payment statements
  • Bank statements
  • Information about vehicles owned

 


Community Resources and Referrals

communityACC provides referrals to affordable community resources, and staff members can offer guidance as to how to effectively access these resources. We give referrals for a variety of programs and services, including:

  • Food banks
  • Clothing banks
  • Legal services
  • Wellness and nutrition classes
  • Rent assistance
  • Utility assistance

Note: ACC does not directly provide the above services.

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    When I read comments I’m always amazed by how many people admit (admit!) they have no idea what they’re talking about and then go on to make recommendations, suppositions, or write long rambling analyses based on nothing more than a pure guess.

  2. Say what temperature is better and why. Maybe say where you get your information. Is it based on your experience, the recommendations of the Chocolate Storage Association, or just your own wild guess? Make a point.
    At that temperature, the chocolate will go bad.” Really, all you’ve said is “You’re wrong.” You need to say *why* the temperature is wrong.

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