Public Health

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The Mono County Health Department provides public and environmental health services that support the health and safety of Mono County residents and visitors.

Please click on one of our programs to the left for more information, and some highlights are listed below.

NEW! Check out the updated Mono County Community Resource Guide!       

If you are interested in receiving important health information via email such as MonoGrams, flu clinic schedules and community events, please sign up for Public Health Updates on the left side of this page.

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Epidemia de sobredosis de opioides en el Eastern Sierra - Agosto 2019


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Flu shot clinic

Flu vaccine is now recommended for everyone over the age of six months. Mono County Health Department has not received their vaccine for 2019-2020 flu season.  Please contact your medical provider or local pharmacy for this vaccine.

Naloxone (also known by the brand name Narcan) is a medication that can be used to help someone who is experiencing an opioid overdose.  It is a nasal spray that can quickly be given by a community member, has few known side effects, and no potential for abuse.

  Please attend any workshops pertinent to you or your organization’s work, and ideas of how you and your organization can help improve health in each of these areas.  This is a collaborative process, and we will all need to work together to drive change in these areas. We look forward to seeing you at one or more of the workshops!



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This registry website allows residents with access and functional needs an opportunity to provide information to emergency response agencies so those agencies can better serve them in a disaster or other emergencies.

The information collected here will not be available to the public.  It will only be shared with emergency response agencies to improve their ability to serve.

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Be Hantavirus Aware on the Eastside

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