Community Health is now open to the public. Office visitors must remain masked, vaccinated or not. Thank you for helping us maintain a safe work environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) provides essential programs and services to help protect and improve the health of our community. We are always working to make Jefferson County a safer and healthier place to live, work and play.
Programs & Services
Jefferson County Public Health offers programs and services for:
On May 2, the Jefferson County Commissioners signed a proclamation to hereby proclaim May 6-12, 2022 as NURSES WEEK in Jefferson County and ask all residents of this community join us in honoring our HEALTHCARE HEROES, the registered nurses, and show our appreciation not just during this week, but at every opportunity throughout the year.
- Breast and Cervical Health Program: Free women's health screening exams including mammogram for women age 40 to 65, who are financially eligible is offered.
- Children and Youth With Special Healthcare Needs: CYSHCN helps support families with resources and linkages to community services including family support, care coordination, and health information.
- Communicable Disease: Consultation, investigation, and tracking of a communicable disease is provided. Tuberculosis (TB) screening and monitoring is offered with testing available on Tuesdays from 1 to 4 p.m.
- Family Planning Clinic: Annual exams, birth control methods, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception, education, and referrals are available.
- Foot Care Program: Services provided at senior centers for those age 60 and older who need foot-care; and for individuals of any age with diabetes or handicapping conditions.
- Immunizations: Routine immunizations for children and adults is offered. Walk-in clinics are on Tuesday and Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. There are sliding scale fees. Services for children are not denied due to inability to pay. International travel vaccines are available by appointment only. Please call for an appointment 1 month before departure.
- Public Health Nurse Services: Education and support for pregnant women and parenting families, childbirth education classes, newborn follow-up and home visitations, breastfeeding consultation, and support group are available.
- Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic: Confidential diagnosis, treatment, preventive education, partner notification, and referrals are offered.
- Substance Abuse Prevention: Education and coordination of alcohol and drug prevention programs for youth in the county are available.
- Syringe Exchange Program: Anonymous and confidential walk-in services to exchange used syringes for new, safer injection supplies; health care referrals, HIV counseling and testing, and hepatitis screening is available.
- Tobacco Prevention and Control: Community education and information on smoking cessation and prevention programs are provided.
- Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Supplemental Food Program: Nutrition education and food vouchers for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and children under 5 years of age who financially qualify are available.
JCPH is committed to protecting your personal health information. Protected health information (PHI) includes information that we have created or received regarding your health, your health care, and payment for your health care. Read our Notice of Privacy Practices (PDF).
Jefferson County Free Prescription Drug Card
This free prescription drug card program is being produced to help all Americans cut their prescription drug costs. Simply download your free prescription drug card and receive savings of up to 75% at more than 56,000 national, regional, and local pharmacies. Start saving today!
Jefferson County Endorses NACO Prescription Drug Card
Visit the National Association of Counties (NACO) RX website to obtain your prescription discount card. Present your discount card at a participating retail pharmacy along with your prescriptions(s), and save an average of 24 percent on your prescription drugs.
Proper Disposal of Prescription Drugs
For information on how to properly dispose of prescription drugs, view the Department of Ecology Guidelines or visit our Prescription Drug Disposal Flier (PDF).