Medical Treatment in Colorado Springs

bankruptcy-attorney-colorado-springs-09Judges rely heavily on the opinions of your doctor. Good medical care is important to your claim, but can be difficult to obtain and afford in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. A good starting point is the Department of Human Services, (719) 636-0000, where you can find out if you qualify for the Colorado Indigent Care Program, as well as other resources such as Aid to the Needy and Disabled or food stamps. Peak Vista and Pueblo Community Health Centers have long wait periods, but can be a valuable resource for those needing medical care. If you are looking for low cost medical care and don’t know where to go, call my office and we may be able to provide you with other ideas. Also, you can try calling 2-1-1 to obtain more information on health care, housing and counseling.

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