Family Voices Colorado understands both the private and public the health care and disability systems from both a family experience and professional perspective. Whether you need help identifying resources or programs, moving beyond red tape through an appeal or grievance process, or accessing additional funding sources to pay for needed therapies, procedures, or equipment, we can provide the information and navigation you need to get answers to your questions. We work with families, health care providers, professionals and community systems to make sure children with special health care needs have access to the care and the support they need to live life to the fullest.
Call us today if you need help navigating public or private health insurance, primary care or medical specialists, HCBS (Home and Community Based Service) Waivers early intervention, school-based services, Community Centered Boards, guardianship issues, transition from pediatric to adult health care services, or other related systems: 303-877-1747
We offer training for families, professionals and others on a range of topics, including:
- Medicaid 101
- (HCBS) Home and Community Based Service Waivers -Children & Adults
- Private & Public Insurance Appeals
- Medical Home Model of Care
- Family Engagement
- Navigating Systems of Care
- Training can also be customized to suit the needs of the group or
Call us today if your agency, medical practice, family support group, professional association, or other organization would like to schedule training: 303-877-1747
Family Voices Colorado speaks on behalf of children and youth with special health care needs, their families, and the professionals who work with them at the policy level. Family Voices CO listens to families and understands the challenges they experience. We track trends and identify barriers in systems, then we create systems level change.
We gather family stories to share with state legislators and other decision-makers about how proposed laws or regulations are likely to affect the young people and families we serve, and we collaborate with other advocacy organizations to inform and mobilize the public. We regularly partner with the ARCs, Colorado Center on Law and Policy, Colorado Consumer Health Initiative, Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved, Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition, Community Centered Boards, Covering Kids & Families, and liaisons at the Departments of Health Care Policy and Financing and Public Health and Colorado Department of health and Environment, to work for policy changes that to improve systems and services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs.