To help with social distancing efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, we are suspending our food handler card and pool school classes until further notice. Employees without cards will not be required to get one before classes resume. We are working on an on-line food handler course to fill the need, but it is not yet in place. Pool school will be rescheduled. We will announce when classes resume.For more information click here.
Adult and childhood immunization, blood pressure screenings, TB screening and treatment, pregnancy test and counseling, STD testing, treatment, and counseling, Sooner Care enrollment assistance, and newborn and child screenings
Supplemental food program for pregnant, breast feeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to five years of age.
Provides a variety of immunizations to infants, children and adults.
Provides clinical & counseling services for women and men of child bearing age.
To provide leadership in oral disease prevention, anticipate needs, and mobilize efforts that will help protect and promote good oral health for Oklahoma citizens.
Children First, Oklahoma's Nurse-Family Partnership is a voluntary family support program that offers home-based services to mothers expecting their first child. Upon enrollment, a public health nurse works with the mother in order to increase her chances of delivering a healthy baby. In addition, the nurse will educate the mother about child safety and child development. The nurse can also connect the mother to needed services in her community such as childcare, housing and job/educational programs.
Birth Partners of Cleveland County
The childbirth education classes deliver helpful information and knowledge for any birth setting, including hospitals and birth centers. Doulas are now available to the Cleveland County community through the Birth Partners program.
These programs provide support and training to children birth to age 13, their parents and caregivers to provide a safety net to children and families who do not qualify for those services but are at risk for behavioral, developmental or communication delays.
Program provides services for children 0-36 months with disabilities and developmental delays.
Inspection of food establishment, swimming pools, hotels and motels, and investigation of health related complaints, food borne outbreaks and reportable diseases, and potential rabies exposure.
Preparation and training for potential Pandemic Flu Planning, Mass Immunization Prophylaxis Strategy (MIPS).
Community Health Efforts
Cleveland County Health Improvement Plan, Cleveland County Health Assessment, and Caring 4 Tomorrow Workgroup information.
Provides Information and resources related to school and community health, prevention programs, and health publications.
CCHD Public Health Internship Program
Information and description of the application process for public health internships at the Cleveland County Health Department.