Improving the health of our communities through education, health promotion and disease & injury prevention.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Norovirus 2017
Public Health Complaints
To submit a complaint regarding public health issues, please complete the following form and return to our office. All complaints must be submitted in writing.
Kick start a healthy habit and consume more fruits and vegetables as June is National Fruit and Vegetable Month.
June is also Healthy Homes Month. Promote a healthy home and family by eliminating unhealthy habits like smoking and vaping.
Upcoming Immunization Clinics
Fall 2019 flu immunization clinics will be scheduled in your area soon. Check back later for dates.
Our public health nurse will be administering vaccinations in your community on the following days. Student consent forms will be sent to your home or will be available at your school. Adults in need of immunizations are also welcome to participate. To be better prepared to serve you, please contact our office if you have a specific vaccination need.
Do you want to quit using tobacco products but don't know where to start? Yes! The Montana Quit Line does provide help for Chewers as well as other tobacco users! And it's free for Montana residents!Click the Quit Line link and get the support you need for success. Montana Quit Line
DipfreeTXT - "Dip" (Chew, Smokeless) Cessation for Youth from the SmokefreeTeen.gov site.
MyLastDip - Web-based Smokeless Cessation site
KilltheCan.org - A resource to quit dip and chewing tobacco.
Kill the Can Alternative Dip Reviews - Using nicotine free dip/chew can provide an assist with other quitting interventions. This website, run by a support group for smokeless quitters, provides a wide range of information about alternative chew products.
To view upcoming Central Montana Health District events and important updates, you can now visit our Facebook page. CMHD Facebook
Clean Indoor Air Act
The Montana legislature passed the Clean Indoor Air Act (CIAA), one of the most important public health policies in state history, in 2005.
The law requires all enclosed public places and workplaces, including work vehicles, or vehicles that serve as a place of work, and vehicles accessible to the public, such as taxis and buses to be smokefree; and it requires businesses to prominently place smokefree signs on all public entrances. The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has adopted these rules.
To submit a complaint of violation of the Clean Indoor Air Act, please follow the link below and complete the online form.