Children's Hospital Colorado

Pediatric HIV Resources for Healthcare Professionals

For those living with, affected by, or at-risk for HIV, we provide compassionate care through a range of services and clinics. Our family-centered approach not only improves the health and quality of life for those living with HIV, but for those around them as well.

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The Children’s Hospital Immunodeficiency Program (CHIP) explores every avenue possible to bring quality care to those living with or affected by HIV. With a focus on infants, children, teens, young adults and pregnant women, we welcome referrals and references from every source, whether it’s a primary care provider, a community organization or a family member.

Referrals for pediatric HIV care

Make a referral

To make a referral, call us at 720-777-8233.

For adoptive families with questions about the program, adoption-specific services, insurance and more, call us at 720-777-2587.

For people affected by HIV ages 13 to 25, you can refer them to our Linkage to Care program. Anyone, including medical providers, community-based organizations and individuals, can refer to our program by calling 720-355-6195.

Learn about the information a referring provider should provide.

HIV care training

Several organizations in Colorado offer training for HIV care.

The Colorado AIDS Education and Training Center helps meet the needs of Colorado’s healthcare providers by offering information about HIV infection and AIDS. They strive to improve the quality of life for patients living with HIV or AIDS through the provision of high-quality professional education and training.

This training will:

  • Provide timely updates for HIV treatment and care
  • Share information about Colorado HIV programs and resources
  • Serve as a resource for health education in Colorado
  • Providing individualized clinical education experiences

The Denver STD/HIV Prevention Training Center provides training in the clinical diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections and in evidence-based behavioral interventions. They also offer programs that are designed to improve agency capacity and increase the quality of services delivered in community settings.