Provides protective services to children and adults, income maintenance, medical and food assistance to eligible individuals and families, and self-sufficiency services to assistance recipients.
Pueblo County Department of Human Services assists individuals and families in improving their quality of life as they strive to reach their self-defined potential.
- Child Welfare, including protective services, foster care, adoption and adolescent services
- Adult, including protective services, financial assistance, and options for long-term care
- Basic cash assistance for eligible individuals and families, including food and medical assistance
- Employment and become self-sufficient
- Child Support services
Colorado Benefit Management System (PEAK)
The Peak website (PEAK) is allowing clients to perform an eligibility screen as well as check when their benefits will be placed into production. http://colorado.gov/PEAK
Paper applications for medical and/or financial assistance may be printed using the links located on the right side of the page.
Colorado Medicaid recently changed its name to Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program)
While the name and look have changed, member eligiblity, benefits, and choice providers will remain the same. Visit HealthFirstColorado.com for more information.
Connect for Health Colorado
The Colorado Department
of Human Services
The Colorado Department of Human Services launched the state’s first ever statewide mental health crisis hotline, 1-844-493-TALK (8255). The line is staffed with trained professionals and peer counselors 24/7, providing counseling and referral sources to Coloradans experiencing a mental health crisis. Please see attachment for more information regarding this PSA and links.
To view the USDA Non-discrimination Statement, please click https://www.fns.usda.gov/usda-nondiscrimination-statement