Health Education & Planning


Health Education and Planning staff encourage and assist with initiatives to improve the health status of residents by providing leadership in changing policies, environment, and individual barriers to reducing the risk for health problems.


Health education information and programs offered include:

  • blood pressure
  • breast health
  • childbirth
  • communicable diseases
  • exercise
  • family planning
  • hand hygiene
  • healthy lifestyles
  • influenza
  • nutrition
  • overall wellness
  • preconceptual health
  • public health services
  • safety
  • teen pregnancy prevention
  • tobacco free living


  • Community health data, assessment, and planning
  • Diabetes Awareness Program 
  • HIV/Syphilis/Hepatitis C testing outreach program
  • Teen Time classes through Family Planning program
  • Community health and wellness events (i.e. health fairs)