Teller County Public Health and Environment

11115 West Highway 24, Unit 2-C in Divide, CO
(Behind Venture Foods grocery store in Divide)
Office Hours:
8 am to 4:30 pm (Monday - Friday)
Phone:  719-687-6416     Fax: 719-687-6501
Email: Jacqueline Revello - Interim Director

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Environmental Health Department
The Environmental Health Department is primarily responsible for administering the Individual Sewage Disposal Systems (ISDS) program and the Consumer Food Service Protection program. The Department is also involved in regulating air quality, water quality, solid waste and various other environmental health concerns.

Health Navigation Team
A Health Navigator can help a client help themselves to achieve the best possible healthcare outcome. The Navigator takes into account the health and well-being of the whole person including physical and emotional health. We can help teach you how to be your own best advocate. Remember, the person with the most power over your health is you.
• Identify what questions to ask your doctor
• How to keep records to assist in your care
• Communicating with your pharmacist

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy food and other services free of charge to Colorado families who qualify. WIC is administered by the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Residents of Teller County and Southern Park County obtain services through Teller County Public Health.

Services Provided and Public Health Info:
   • Adult Health Info
   • Board of Health Meeting Schedule
   • Children's Health, Medicaid/CHP+
   • Family Planning
   • Food Service Program
Community Assessment TCPH Community Assessment
For more information contact Jacqueline Revello, RN, MA at
719-687-6416 or email

  • American Cancer Society
  • Colorado Air Quality
  • Consumer Products and Recalls
  • Divide Health Clinic-Peak Vista
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Medicaid/CHP+ Providers
  • Pikes Peak Regional Hospital
  • Quit Smoking and Breathe Easier
     • Quit Smoking Community Website
  • Teller County Doctors
  • 100 Reasons to be Abstinent
  • 101 Ways to Say NO to Sex

                      Race for the Cure   Colorado Quitline

Diseases - Zoonotic disease, what's that?  Zika Virus, West Nile Virus, Hantavirus, Plague, Rabies, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever -
the list goes on and on.  To learn more, check out:

    • Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
         • Zika Virus Info
         • West Nile Virus Info
         • Hantavirus Info
         • Plague Info
         • Rabies Info
         • Rocky Mtn. Spotted Fever Info
    • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment


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