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Want fast and easy access to your Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid Program) and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) benefits on the go? Download the PEAKHealth mobile app to find a doctor, get your Health First Colorado card, and more – right from your phone!
You must be a current Health First Colorado or CHP+ member to use the secure PEAKHealth app and must have an account on Colorado.gov/PEAK. Health First Colorado and CHP+ members can create a PEAK account anytime at Colorado.gov/PEAK. Download PEAKHealth for free from the Apple iTunes Store or Android/Google Play App Store.
Who is the app for?
The PEAKHealth app is for current Health First Colorado and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) clients. You must have a Colorado.gov/PEAK account or create one to sign in. PEAKHealth is not for people who want to apply for benefits.
What can I do in the app?
Where can I download the app?
PEAKHealth can be downloaded at the Apple iTunes Store or Android/Google Play App Store for free.
What devices does this app support?
Any phone that is running Android 4.2 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above and iOS 7 and above.
Why does my session expire?
For security reasons, your login session will expire after 15 minutes of inactivity.
Is my personal information safe?
Yes, this is a secure application. Please do not share your login and password information with anyone.
My Health First Colorado or CHP+ case is closed but I have a PEAK Account. Can I log in in to the PEAKHealth app and update my information?
No, you cannot update information on a closed case. We require at least one person in your household to have active Health First Colorado or CHP+ benefits to be able to update your household’s information through PEAKHealth. If your case is closed and you try to log in to the PEAKHealth app, you will see the following message: "No members of your household are receiving Health First Colorado or CHP+ benefits. Please go to Colorado PEAK for more information.”
If you have questions about your benefits, you can find out more on Colorado.gov/PEAK or contact your local County Human or Social Services Office.