ROCKY MOUNTAIN CARES MEDICAL CLINIC – Your partner for HIV treatment success

At the Rocky Mountain CARES Medical Clinic, we believe in patient-centered health care. We are committed to helping you reach your health care goals by providing advanced medical care for HIV and other general health conditions. Our clinical care staff are experts in HIV, and will work with you to customize a treatment plan that works for YOU!


Anal cancer screening is very important for people living with HIV because they have a much higher risk of developing anal cancer than people without HIV. Anal cancer is caused by a very common virus, called the HPV virus. This virus is so common that most people get it sometime in their life. You don’t have to have anal sex to be at risk for anal cancer. Screening for anal cancer starts with a simple, painless test called an anal Pap. If needed, a special follow-up exam called a high-resolution anoscopy (HRA) will be done and precancerous changes can be easily treated in the clinic. Rocky Mountain CARES offers anal Pap testing, HRA, and treatment of precancerous changes. Talk to your health-care provider today for more information or to schedule an appointment.


For people living with HIV, access to quality health care is important. However, the health care system, insurance and other benefit programs are complex and hard to navigate. On top of this, housing, basic needs, substance use and mental health can take priority over your health. Having a systems expert on your team is a key part of having the best outcomes.

When you enroll in the Rocky Mountain CARES case management system a social work case manager will become your partner in planning the best way for all of your needs to be met Your case manager will work together with you, your health care providers and others involved in your care so that you have a complete approach to meeting your needs.

PrEP – One pill taken once daily to prevent HIV.

PrEP is short for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. PrEP is one pill taken daily that helps prevent HIV. PrEP should always be used with other risk reduction tools such as condoms.

Rocky Mountain CARES’ Prevention Specialists can help you navigate the PrEP process at no cost to you. We can help answer PrEP questions, explore financial assistance options and schedule your PrEP medical care. Call or text 720-338-8728 to speak to a Prevention Specialist today.

PrEP might be right for you if:

• Your sex partner is HIV-positive.
• You have had a sexually transmitted infection in the last 12 months.
• You have multiple sexual partners.
• You are a man who has sex with other men (MSM).
• You are a transgender person, or have transgender sexual partners.
• You trade sex for money, drugs or to meet basic needs such as shelter or food.
• You are a woman who has sex with MSM.
• You inject drugs that are not prescribed by a clinician.

Call or text us to learn more about PrEP at 720-338-8728


Individual and group therapy, and wellness programming are available to address behavioral health issues.


Our food pantry is here for you. Good nutrition is important for good health. Food is medicine.


If you believe you are at risk for HIV, the most important action to take is to get tested. Knowing your status empowers you to make decisions to live a long healthy life.

Rocky Mountain CARES provide free rapid HIV testing by skilled professionals. The test is easy, and it only takes 20 minutes or less to know your results. It is also an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about HIV or other sexually-transmitted infections. Prevention Specialists at Rocky Mountain CARES provide free rapid HIV testing on location and via mobile testing.

Call or text 720-338-8728 to schedule a test today.


Rocky Mountain CARES offers a mobile Syringe Access Program in Denver County, called Lifepoint. Lifepoint provides people who use injection drugs (PWID) with sterile syringes, safe use equipment, syringe disposal, overdose prevention, harm reduction counseling/education, and linkage to other community substance use services.  Lifepoint services are mobile and we regularly travel to various locations within Denver County. We work closely with our harm reduction community partners in Colorado to expand access to these needed services for our community. We are also excited to partner with local businesses and community organizations to ensure that they are knowledgeable about resources for people who inject drugs, and that their communities are safe.


Please contact us at 720-385-6898 if you or your participants need our services.

MyChart is Now Available for RMC Patients!

You can take charge of yoru health care online, anytime. See medication information, request or cancel an appointment, ask for a refill or print your medical information.

Click here to access your MyChart account.