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The Clinton County Health District (CCHD)

CCHD started in 1919 with the passing of the Hughes Act and Griswold Amendment that served as the foundation for public health districts to reach over 25k people in Ohio. In the 100 years before the COVID pandemic, 25 years of life expectancy was added for peoples living in the US. The CDC accredits this increase in longevity to: vaccinations, improved motor vehicle safety, safer workplaces, control of infectious diseases, decline in death because of cardiovascular illness, food safety, improvement in maternal and childhood health, family planning, fluoridation of drinking water, and reductions in tobacco use. CCHD, led by the Clinton County Board of Health, strives to improve the health of Clinton County residents by preventing disease, protecting health, and promoting public health within the community. 

What does the CC Health District do?

The CC Health District strives to improve Clinton County by preventing disease, promoting health, and protecting the environment. This includes everything from administering birth certificates, keeping your favorite places to eat clean, and giving immunizations. 

What services do you offer?

  1. Administrative: Writing grants, paying bills, and maintaining the budget for the CCHD, issuing birth certificates, front line to the community during health emergencies.

  2. Environmental: Restaurant inspecting, testing public water, making sure schools and campgrounds are safe, checking new water and sewer lines, following up on animal bites as rabies prevention.

  3. Nursing: Giving flu shots and vaccines, keeping track of illness in the county, drug prevention education.

  4. WIC: Providing healthy food, nutrition, and breastfeeding advice to pregnant members of the community and children in the WIC program. 

What criteria does someone need to meet to utilize CCHD? 

CCHD is open to the general public. Some services are limited to Clinton County residents only and may have income eligibility requirements, like WIC, Car Seats, etc.).

What kind of Health Education do you provide to the public?

CCHD offers education programing and promotion to a variety of topics such as: blood pressure, breastfeeding, car seat safety, CPR/First Aid, diabetes prevention, food safety, environmental, grief recovery, lead poisoning prevention, WIC Nutrition Education, as well as hosting the CC Community Baby Shower.

Address: 111 S. Nelson Ave. Wilmington, OH 45177

Phone Number: (937) 382-3829

Hours: M-F 7:30am to 4pm



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