Tools to Help You Live Your Best Life

We believe good health care means caring for all of the things that contribute to your overall physical and emotional well-being. As a local, nonprofit organization, we’re dedicated to the health of our community, and we’re here to provide tools and assistance to help you meet your health goals.

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MyDHMP Member Portal

MyDHMP is your go-to resource for managing your health insurance plan anytime, anyplace.

Access benefit information, download member materials (including ID cards), communicate with health plan staff, check claim status and more — all right from your desktop, tablet or smartphone.

The Member Portal User Guide can walk you through the steps to create your portal account. 

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How to Get Care

Getting care when you need it can be confusing. It's important to understand the types of care available to you and what you need to do to see a provider. Take steps now to establish care and make sure you have a provider in place for those moments when you might need health care.

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Take the myStrength Wellness Quiz!

Don't have a myStrength account yet? No problem! Sign up now for free. myStrength is an evidence-based, self-management tool for all Denver Health Medical Plan members to help manage emotional well-being and motivation.

Wellness Quiz

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Denver Health MyChart

If you get your care at a Denver Health facility, MyChart will make it easy for you to schedule or cancel appointments, communicate with your Denver Health providers and access details of past and upcoming appointments. Access MyChart on your computer or smartphone.

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Access to Health Care Information

Having access to the internet is important for your health care needs. You can use the internet to access information about health and stay in touch with your health care providers.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Lifeline Program is designed to help low-income individuals get access to information.

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Help With Basic Needs

Denver Health recognizes that health care does not end with a patient's visit to a provider, clinic or hospital. A lack of access to quality food, housing, jobs and transportation can be associated with worse health outcomes. The Denver Health FindHelp website, connects our community with free or reduced-cost support for basic needs. Learn more about these community resources.

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