Public Assistance Programs
Food Assistance (SNAP)
Food Assistance provides supplemental assistance to help low-income individuals and families purchase food. Benefits are based on household composition, income, and resources of all household members.
Health First Colorado (Colorado Medicaid)
Health First Colorado provides health insurance for low-income families, children, and pregnant women who meet state and federal eligibility requirements.
Aid to the Needy Disabled (AND)
AND provides cash assistance to disabled individuals who are waiting for their social security supplemental income (SSI) approval. AND benefits will need to be repaid when the individual begins to receive SSI benefits. This program is for individuals ages 18-59.
Old Age Pension (OAP)
OAP provides monthly cash assistance to low-income adults aged 60 years or older. This program has income and resource limits.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) is a cash assistance program for households with children or pregnant women. This program provides cash benefits to families in need with a few exceptions. Applicants must participate in work activities and are required to participate with child support services.
LEAP is designed to help low-income households with their primary winter home heating costs. This program operates from November 1 through April 30 each year. LEAP is not intended to pay the entire cost of home heating. For information please call LEAP at 866-432-8435. *Note: Applications are available at Human Services Office and processed offsite.
Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP)
CCCAP provides financial assistance for childcare at licensed child care facilities or with qualified providers. Parents or caretakers must be in an approved activity such as employment, job search, or training. *Note: CCCAP currently has a waitlist. Please feel free to apply to the waitlist.
Long Term Care (LTC)
This program provides assistance with medical services for eligible individuals residing in a Nursing Facility as well as Home and Community Based Services. Individuals under age 65 must meet Social Security or state approved disability criteria. This program also has income and resource limits.
- Application for Public Assistance
- Aplicacion para Assistencia Publica
- Medicaid Application
- Aplicacion para Medicaid
- CCCAP Wait List Application English
- CCCAP Wait List Application Spanish
- CSBG Application
- OTHS Scholarship Application
- Self-Employment Ledger
- Verification of Employment
- NEMT Reimbursement Form
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation(NEMT)
NEMT is a program that can provide reimbursement for approved expenses associated with health care for participants of Health First Colorado(Medicaid). The NEMT form above in the forms section must be completed and dropped off at the office with vehicle registration, vehicle insurance, and a valid Colorado driver's license.
Services are also available in Oak Creek and Hayden on a walk in basis.
Oak Creek Drop In Office is open every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 9:30am-12:00pm and 12:30-2:30pm. Office location is 227 Dodge Ave.
Hayden Drop In Office is open every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 8:30am-12:00pm and 12:30-3:00pm. Office Location is 118 S Walnut Ave. Unit B.
To apply please visit our office at 135 6th Street Steamboat Springs or apply online at https://coloradopeak.secure.force.com/
or complete the downloadable forms available on site.
For questions or concerns please contact our Food Med Unit by: