Mission of Teller County Public Health - To prevent disease and to protect and promote the
health of Teller County, Colorado citizens by assuring quality preventative
health programs and services.
What is Public Health? It is monitoring the health status of the Teller County citizens
and forming community partnerships to identify and solve heath problems.
It is informing, educating and empowering the community to take control of its
health. As we advance into the new millennium, Teller County Public Health
looks forward to working with the community to address issues of teen pregnancy,
drug and alcohol use, and access to medical care. Our goal is to develop
policies and plans that support individual and community health.
Quick Contact Info
11115 West Highway 24, Unit 2-C in Divide, CO
* At the rear of the Venture Foods grocery store in Divide.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 928, Divide, CO 80814
8 am to 4:30 pm (Monday - Friday)
719-687-6416 Fax: 719-687-6501
Martha Hubbard, RN, BSN - Director
FREE Mammograms Through Teller County Public Health
The Women's Breast Health Project (WBHP) and Women's Wellness Connection (WWC) Colorado State Funded support programs at Teller County Public Health provide FREE mammograms for women who qualify. Women aged 40-64, and women under age 40 who are considered high risk:
*At least 12 months since last mammogram or have had an abnormal and need follow-up
*Meet family size and 2012 income guidelines *
Call Teller County Public Health (719)-687-6416 to see if you qualify and schedule an appointment.
*Click on "Read More" below to see income guidlines. (Guidelines subject to change,)
Household Size Annual Gross Income Monthly Gross Income
1 $27,925 $2,327
2 $37,825 $3,152
3 $47,725 $3,977
4 $57,625 $4,802
5 $67,525 $5,627
6 $77,425 $6,452
7 $87,325 $7,277
8 $97,225 $8,102
For families with more than 8 persons, add $9,900 annually or $825 monthly, for each additional person.
is seeing other people becoming more active and feeling better. It's just
wonderful. That is the reward of this program.
I find it helps so much with arthritis or any disabilities. I can tell the difference. Others see how active I am, at the
age of 90+, and they say, 'I want to be like you' and I say, 'Well, get up and MOVE! '" Mildred, Woodland Park, CO