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Information about Zika Virus - Información Sobre el Virus del Zika
| Welcome to the Public Health Division
Napa County Public Health serves the people of Napa County by:
- Protecting health
- Working to prevent disease, premature death and disability
- Promoting healthy lifestyles
- Supporting families in the work of raising whole and healthy children
- Responding to disasters, outbreaks and epidemics.
A listing of programs and services for women and children available through the many Public Health programs
Our public health clinics offer a variety of public health services including immunizations reproductive health care, and ongoing treatment and medical care
Information about controlling, reporting and preventing communicable diseases
Information about Napa County EMS Agency; including: EMCC agendas and meeting minutes, the Ambulance Franchise - RFP, local certification / accreditation and much more.
There are a number of AIDS and HIV Services within the County available to assist with the challenges faced by those living with HIV. Whether you are looking for housing assistance or a medical provider, we can help you with your specific needs
In this section you will find information on seasonal influenza, including what you and your family need to know to limit the spread of flu
Information on how to apply for and receive a Medical Marijuana Identification Card
Free prescription drug discount cards that offer a substantial savings off the retail price of commonly prescribed drugs
Information for the community and health providers in preparing and responding to health related emergencies
Information about Napa’s no-cost collection location for sharps ONLY
Information and application instructions for obtaining Birth Certificates , Death Certificates, Burial Permits and Medical Marijuana Identification Cards
Provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, checks for nutritious foods, and referrals to health services for eligible women, infant, and children.