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Preventative Services

We strive to offer services in support of our Board priorities and our agency mission of fostering, protecting and improving the health of our residents and our community. Appointments are available for most preventative services.

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Community Services

Our staff focuses on preventing chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke and others, and offers technical assistance, coordination of services, programming, policy development and more to ensure that our community is healthy and well.

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Environmental Services

Our Environmental Health Division consists of a staff of dedicated and professional people who work every day to assure the citizens of the Health District have a safe and healthy environment where they can live, work and play.

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Get a free Naloxone overdose emergency kit through our mail order option or by simply walking into our Delaware office.
Click here to place a mail order: surveymonkey.com/r/freenarcan
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Get a free Naloxone overdose emergency kit through our mail order option or by simply walking into our Delaware office.
Click here to place a mail order: surveymonkey.com/r/freenarcan

Join us for a day packed with prizes, top-notch vendors, delicious food, and raffle prizes you won't want to miss! Whether you're expecting or already a parent, we've got everything to help you and your little one thrive. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less

Join us for a day packed with prizes, top-notch vendors, delicious food, and raffle prizes you wont want to miss! Whether youre expecting or already a parent, weve got everything to help you and your little one thrive. See you there!

You have a school supply checklist, but do you have your kiddo's vaccine checklist? Make sure they're protected this coming school year by scheduling any of their needed vaccinations! Call us at (740) 203-2040 or visit DelawareHealth.org!

Or come see us on July 25 and July 26 where we'll be providing vaccinations at the Willis Education Center for the annual Supplies for Scholars event.
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You have a school supply checklist, but do you have your kiddos vaccine checklist? Make sure theyre protected this coming school year by scheduling any of their needed vaccinations! Call us at (740) 203-2040 or visit DelawareHealth.org!

Or come see us on July 25 and July 26 where well be providing vaccinations at the Willis Education Center for the annual Supplies for Scholars event.

Our clinic will be closed all day on Monday, July 15 and until 2pm Tuesday-Friday for clinical staff training. Walk-ins will be welcome July 16-19 after 2pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Our clinic will be closed all day on Monday, July 15 and until 2pm Tuesday-Friday for clinical staff training. Walk-ins will be welcome July 16-19 after 2pm.

Thank you, Delaware County Emergency Management for putting together a great Public Safety Day at Recreation Unlimited for their campers! A.J. says it was definitely worth the wind and occasional downpour!Delaware Public Health District showed off their new mobile unit and a fuzzy friend who appreciated the cool breeze, though we're not sure if 30mph wind gusts are still classified as a "breeze!" ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you, Delaware County Emergency Management for putting together a great Public Safety Day at Recreation Unlimited for their campers! A.J. says it was definitely worth the wind and occasional downpour!

Fentanyl was involved in 80% of Ohio's unintentional drug overdose deaths in 2021. Fentanyl is nearly impossible to detect because you won’t be able to see it, smell it, or taste it. The only way to know if there is fentanyl present is to test drugs with fentanyl test strips.

We're offering BTNX® fentanyl test strips for free in partnership with Mental Health and Addiction Services and Ohio Pharmacy Services. They're 98% accurate in detecting fentanyl. To obtain fentanyl test strips simply walk into our office or call 740-368-1700. Delawarehealth.org/naloxone.
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Fentanyl was involved in 80% of Ohios unintentional drug overdose deaths in 2021. Fentanyl is nearly impossible to detect because you won’t be able to see it, smell it, or taste it. The only way to know if there is fentanyl present is to test drugs with fentanyl test strips.

Were offering BTNX® fentanyl test strips for free in partnership with Mental Health and Addiction Services and Ohio Pharmacy Services. Theyre 98% accurate in detecting fentanyl. To obtain fentanyl test strips simply walk into our office or call 740-368-1700. Delawarehealth.org/naloxone.
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