Board of Health
The Clinton County Board of Health promotes and prevents disease by:
- Conducting research, planning and evaluating as a basis for initiating and revising programs and policies.
- Assuring compliance with public health laws through regulation and enforcement.
- Administering state and federal statutory requirements and programs through direct and contracted services.
- Promoting and supporting health and well-being through education and consultation.
Clinton County Board of Health Statement Regarding Title X Changes
December 6, 2018 - The Clinton County Board of Health supports comprehensive sexual health education for youth and adults. The Board opposes any decrease in contraceptive education funding. Statistics show comprehensive sexual health education reduces unwanted pregnancies.
Clinton County Board of Health Statement Regarding Opioid and Narcotic Drug Use
March 11, 2016 - The Clinton County Board of Health recognizes that Clinton County suffers greatly from opioid and narcotic drug use and the Board recognizes that these problems are tied to underlying mental health issues. The Board supports member agencies in finding solutions to these underlying problems. The Clinton County Board of Health encourages the adoption of best practices and adherence to CDC recommendations regarding opioid prescribing (including but not limited to access to naloxone and appropriate chronic pain management).
Board of Health
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226 11th St.
DeWitt, IA 52742
563-659-8148 | Environmental Services
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563-659-2616 | Environmental Services (Fax)
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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.