Cripple Creek has many local resources that are helpful to residents. To really enhance the services and programs we have to offer, we work with many other organizations in the county to provide more assistance to the residents of the community.
Find the Teller County Resources below. Click on a tab to get more information about each service or program and how you can get in touch or donate to the cause.
The Teller County Department of Human Services main office is located in Woodland Park, Colorado. They believe everyone in the community plays a role in keeping all children safe. They provide resources and assistance that work hard to make sure children never face abuse and neglect.
Engage with families and individuals in our communities so they are safe, stable and self-empowered.
Collaborate with families, individuals and community partners to assist with basic needs, ensure safety, and promote quality of life.
Location: 800 Research Dr., Suite 100, Woodland Park, CO
Mailing Address: PO Box 7245 Woodland Park, CO 80863-7245
Office Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm / Monday-Friday (except Holidays)
Fax: 719-686-5544 and 719-686-5545
Child Abuse and Neglect + Adult Protection HOTLINE – 719-686-5550
Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline – 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437)
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.
Statement of Inclusion:
Teller County Public Health and Environment values and welcomes people of all ages; ethnicities; genders; gender identities/expressions and sexual orientations; languages spoken; nationalities and cultures; physical, mental, and developmental abilities; races; religions; and socio-economic, insurance, and immigration status.
What is Public Health?
Teller County Public Health is a department within the Teller County Government that exists to promote our Vision of “Healthy Mountain Living” in our community. 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.
Our goals include:
• Identifying the needs of individuals, families and the community in order to collaborate, develop and design programs to address public health needs
• Providing resources, referrals and health education for prevention of disease through multiple strategies
• Assuring quality and fiscal responsibility in all programs and services
Teller County Public Health is funded by tax dollars and individual state and private grants we apply for based on community assessment data and state legislation (exp. tobacco tax dollars) and fees for services and donations by individuals and businesses (exp. pharmacy fund that is a joint initiative with Community Partnership of Teller County). Teller County Public Health also accepts donations to enable continuation of our many programs.
Our governing board is the Teller County Board of Health (aka: the County Commissioners).
Phone Number: 719-689-3584, ext 118
Hours of Operation: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm / Monday – Friday