Medicaid Information for Parents

The DCSD School Medicaid Reimbursement Program works in conjunction with your student’s school’s Special Education Team to claim funds through the State of Colorado’s School Health Services Program. Through the claiming efforts of the special education teams that provide care for your student, the School Medicaid Reimbursement Program generates funds that enhance health services throughout DCSD. Specifically, these funds provide:

  • Nursing support
  • Mental health and prevention programs
  • Emergency health funding for uninsured and underinsured students
  • Health-related supplies and equipment for schools
  • Medicaid/Child Health Plan Plus outreach support

You can help DCSD continue to provide these services by signing the one-time Consent to Release Information for School Medicaid Reimbursement.

There is often a question or concern of whether giving your consent to DCSD will limit your child’s Medicaid benefits. Granting the District permission to receive Medicaid funds in no way limits other Medicaid benefits for which your child is eligible through the community. Since we began our program in 1999, there have been no limits placed on any student’s Medicaid benefits due to granting this consent.

Please support this effort by returning the one-time consent form to:
DCSD Medicaid Reimbursement Program
620 Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104

or, scan and email to:

For more information, contact the Medicaid Reimbursement Program at 303-387-0263.

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