HOTLINES

AIDS 
1-800-342-2437

Alternatives to Family Violence 
303-289-4441

Child Abuse 
1-800-422-4453

Cocaine 
1-800-262-2463

Drugs 
800-662-4357

STD 
800-227-8922

Suicide 
303-869-1999

The Living Bank (organ donors) 
800-528-2971

Lung Line Information Service 
800-222-5864

Lupus Foundation 
800-558-0121

Medicare Telephone Hotline 
800-638-6833

Medic Alert Foundation 
800-432-5378

National Adoption Center
800-862-3678​

Disease Control/Environmental Epidemiology 
303-692-2700

Immunization
303-692-2650

Handicapped Children's Program 
303-692-2370

Health Statistics 
303-692-2200

Laboratory 
303-691-4700

Sexually Transmitted Diseases 
303-692-2680

Vital Records 
303-756-4464 

Department of Regulatory Agencies 
303-894-7855

Division of Developmental Disabilities 
303-762-4555

Division of Insurance 
303-894-7499

Insurance Commissioner 
303-894-7499

Division of Workers' Compensation 
303-575-8700

Drug Enforcement Agency 
303-784-6300

Occupational Safety & Health Administration 
303-843-4500 

MTC (Medical TeleCommunications)
www.medteleco.com 

303-761-6594

Doctors Care
www.drscare.org 

303-730-1313

Ask-A-Nurse 
303-777-6877

Colorado Foundation for Medical Care (CFMC)
www.cfmc.org 

303-695-3362


Colorado Personalized Education Program for Physicians (CPEP)
www.cpepdoc.org 

303-750-7150

Colorado Physicians Health Program (CPHP)
www.cphp.org 

303-860-0122

COPIC
www.callcopic.com 

720-858-6000

Medical Resources

Helpful phone numbers in the South Metro Denver area  2019 Colorado Hospital Guide - www.co-hospitals.com

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Doc2Doc Wellbeing Consulting

 Doc2Doc Wellbeing Consulting was launched on March 30, 2023. This program provides all Colorado physicians and medical students three free, confidential, pre-clinical peer wellbeing consultation sessions. Call 720-810-9131 and schedule a follow-up visit or video/phone call from a physician trained in psychiatry. More information.