Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Warns of Extortion Scam
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Ohio Heartland Community Action 2018-2019 Winter Crisis Program
Ohio Heartland Community Action Commission is announcing the 2018-2019 WINTER CRISIS PROGRAM (WCP). The Winter Crisis Program (HEAP) is a heating assistance program that may provide a one-time payment toward a utility and/or bulk fuel service for those meeting the program eligibility requirements. The program begins November 1, 2018, and runs through March 31, 2019. Appointments can be made by calling the automated appointment line at 1-866-861-6421. OHCAC has a morning WALK-IN policy. The policy is as follows: (1) electric or gas customers must be in a shut off situation (2) bulk fuel, wood, coal or heating oil customers must have less than 25% of the fuel source on hand. Walk-In customers will be served daily in the mornings, meeting the 2019WCP guidelines with all required documentation. Please be prepared to wait for assistance. Click here for more information regarding the program.
This program ensures the community does not experience disease as a result of poorly treated water or sewage. Through visits and inspections sanitarians ensure the proper functioning of equipment.
Immunizations are an important part of your child’s health. Schedule your back-to-school vaccines today with the immunization clinic. Ask a public health nurse about what vaccines your child needs
Environmental Health staff inspect food service operations that provide food to the public. MCHD is the food protection services for the county and responsible for inspection and licensing of all food facilities.
Now open every Wednesday. The clinic can provide annual exams, confidential STI testing, pregnancy testing, prescription birth control, condoms, education and other needed resources.
Birth and Death certificated can be obtained through the Health District. Please bring all necessary items to the health district with you along with $26 for the processing fee.
Are you aware of the health status of your local community? Community partners have worked hard to improve the quality of life for Morrow County residents, click here for details.
Flu Activity in Ohio Widespread; New Weekly Flu-Associated Hospitalizations Trending Well Above Five-Year Average
ODH issued a media advisory in mid-December noting that the geographic spread of flu activity in Ohio for the 2017-18 flu season had been elevated to “widespread,” the highest level. During last year’s flu season, flu activity in Ohio wasn’t classified as widespread...
Throughout the past two decades, Ohio’s performance on population health outcomes has declined relative to other states. To help reverse this trend, the state is aligning Ohio’s capacity to improve population health and address disparities in health outcomes. To...
Monthly Awareness Calendar - November
- American Diabetes Month
- Bladder Health Month
- COPD Awareness Month
- Diabetic Eye Disease Month
- Lung Cancer Awareness Month
- National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month
- National Family Caregivers Month
- National Healthy Skin Month
- National Hospice and Palliative Care Month
- Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
- 9 National Diabetes Heart Connection Day
- 13 – 19 U.S. Antibiotic Awareness Week
- 16 Great American Smokeout
- 17 International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day
- 20 – 26 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Awareness Week
- 22 National Family Health History Day
Morrow County Health District
619 West Marion Rd, Suite B
Mount Gilead, OH 43338
Monday – Thursday 7:15am – 5:00pm Friday 8:00am-12:00pm
Open During Lunch
After Hours Calls: 419-947-1545 ext. 306