Calhoun County Public Health Department’s (CCPHD) mission is to enhance our community's total well-being by promoting healthy lifestyles, protecting health, and preventing disease. We do this through our programs to prevent and control communicable diseases, programs that protect Calhoun County citizens and visitors from environmental hazards, and programs that directly link county residents to access to care. We conduct research to document the health status and health concerns of the population and partner with our community to develop strategies for improving overall health and well-being.
Community Public Health provides direct links for county residents to access health care and support through assessment, coordination of care, health education, and referral to appropriate community resources.
Environmental Public Health’s primary mission is to protect the public from adverse impacts of man-made, natural, biological, and chemical environmental factors
- CCPHD Clinical Services
- Maternal and Child Health Services
- Opioid Abuse Research and Response
- School Wellness Program
- Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
- Communicable Diseases
- Emergency Preparedness
- Food & Facilities (Inspections and Permitting)
- Inspections, Permits, and Licensing for
- Tick & Mosquito (Vector) Surveillance and Reporting
- Well & Septic