Grand County Human Services has moved to 129 E. Byers Ave.
Please visit us at our new building.
Attention Health First Colorado (Medicaid) Members:
Under the federal Public Health Emergency (PHE) order for COVID-19 issued by U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar at the start of the pandemic, Medicaid members enrolled during the PHE cannot be dropped off, even if their income goes above the guidelines, unless they move out of state or withdraw from the program.
The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing estimates that by December 2021, over 500,000 individuals across all of Colorado’s 64 counties will be locked-in to coverage.
Not all locked-in individuals will/should lose coverage at the end of the PHE. To determine if locked-in members could keep their Health First Colorado benefits after the PHE, they need to contact Grand County Human Services as soon as possible to complete an eligibility review and provide supporting documentation.
Are you a locked-in individual?
If you are a locked-in individual, you would have received the following letter:
DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY ENDS.
Contact us today: 970-725-3331.
East Troublesome Fire Assistance for Affected Families
Grand County has activated the Colorado Works Emergency Disaster Program to help families affected by the fire. Eligibility:
- Family’s annual income must be below $75,000
- Family assistance unit must contain a dependent child (18 and under)
- Family must present a real need for services directly relating to East Troublesome Fire
- Family members must prove lawful presence
- If you believe you meet the above criteria, please submit a Colorado Works application to Grand County Human Services. We can mail or email you an application or you can visit this website to apply online. Please let us know you are applying for the Colorado Works Emergency Disaster program to better assist you.
About Grand County Human Services
The Grand County Department of Human Services works to enhance the capacity of families to care for themselves and to protect vulnerable populations. We strive to treat our clients with respect and dignity while assisting them with services in a timely, efficient, fair and consistent manner.
Grand County Human Services provides the following to the citizens of Grand and Jackson Counties
- Child Support Services
- Child and Adult Protection Services
- Child Care Assistance
- Eligibility Determination for Benefits Programs including but not limited to: Health First Colorado (Medicaid), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps), and Colorado Works (TANF)
To report suspected abuse or neglect, please call 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437)
To anonymously report suspected benefits (e.g. Food Assistance, Medicaid) fraud, please go to The Fraud Referral Form
Grand County Fraud Referral Form
Please use this form to submit a fraud referral to the Grand County Economic Security Assistance Unit. You may elect to remain anonymous if you choose. However, it will help the department conduct a more thorough investigation if they are able to contact you for additional information during the course of the investigation. Thank you.