- Where can I get a Covid-19 or Omicron Vaccination?
- Update: Starting January 1, 2023, Coloradans who need help making an appointment by phone to get a COVID-19 vaccine or need vaccine information should use Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) free COVID-19 vaccine hotline at 1-800-232-0233. CDC’s hotline provides help in English, Spanish, and many other languages.
- Coloradans can also call the state’s COHELP call line for information about COVID-19 vaccines: (303) 389-1687 or (877) 462-2911. Live agents are available to answer questions and provide information about vaccines in the state. COHELP cannot directly schedule vaccine appointments.
- CDPHE’s website continues to offer information about vaccines, including where to find a vaccine appointment.
- Live assistance on Colorado’s COVID-19 vaccine hotline (1-877-CO VAX CO) will end December 31, 2022, and a recorded message will direct callers to CDC’s vaccine hotline or covid19.colorado.gov for assistance.
- COVID Vaccine Information, including finding a provider
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding COVID-19 Vaccinations
- Children and Teens
- Vaccination Hotline – 1-877-268-2926
- Guidance for Pregnant Women
- Find out where the Mobile Vaccination Clinics are
- Information on Covid-19 testing and how to find a testing site
- Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL)
- Find local vaccination locations
- Get assistance with making vaccination appointments
- Get help with local services such as transportation
- Call 888-677-1199 Monday-Friday from 7a.m. to 6 p.m. (Mountain) or email DIAL@n4a.org
- Free At Home Tests –
- Free Masks
- The Pandemic’s Impact on Children: COVID Vaccinations & Mental Health
- How to enroll to become a DCD COVID Vaccinations Program
- Medicaid Coding Telehealth Exception Services 03-01-2021
- Medicaid Coding for Telehealth Services Revised 06-22-2020
- Temporary Permission for Telehealth as a Mode of Delivery
- NEW Temporary Telehealth Services
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