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Adolescent Programming
Looking for something fun and free to do with your family?

Animals can easily spread communicable diseases, risking the health of community members. Learn more about what OCHD does to keep the county safe.

Communicable Disease
OCHD works to prevent communicable diseases in the county. Learn more about the work that OCHD does and what you can do to keep yourself safe.

Dental Health
Learn more about resources to help maintain your dental health.

Emergency Preparedness
Public health preparedness means putting in place programs to respond quickly and effectively to threats endangering the health of the public. Learn more about OCHD’s work and what you can do to be prepared.

Environmental Health
Learn more about how and where to obtain a well water test kit or radon test kits, and to view our environmental health fees. You can also find environmental health information on lead, radon, private well water, and DNR Transient Non-Community wells (TNC).

Food/Lodging Inspections & Licensing
Pay your annual fees or view past restaurant inspection reports. You can also find information on licensed facilities including restaurants, retail food, lodging, swimming pools, youth camps, body art, campgrounds, and temporary events.

Health Hazards
OCHD enforces state laws and local ordinances to protect the community from hazardous environmental conditions. Find out more about what a health hazard is and what information we can provide.

Get information on vaccines and what we offer.

OCHD provides the annual flu shot at our department and at clinics throughout the community. Find out more about this year’s flu and community clinic information.

Injury Prevention
OCHD has several programs in place to ensure children are using appropriate car safety seats, infants have a safe sleep environment, and other preventable injuries do not occur. Learn more about these programs.

Reproductive Health Clinic
Find high quality and confidential health care to meet your reproductive needs (birth control methods, sexually transmitted disease screening, pap & pelvic exams, or pregnancy testing) and to find ways to get coverage for these services.

WIC is a program for women, infants, and children under 5 that provides healthy food, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and healthcare referrals. Learn more about the WIC program and our local office.

Women’s Health
Women face a unique set of health issues from pregnancy to certain types of cancer. Learn more about some of the programs that OCHD offers including postpartum follow up, prenatal care coordination, and well woman cancer screenings.