The mission of Okanogan County Public Health is to promote health, prevent conditions of disease and/or disability, and to protect the health of the residents of Okanogan County.
Hours of Operation are: Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.
**OCPH is conducting field inspections and processing septic permits**
Public Health Nurse Job Description
The Okanogan County Public Health Board of Health meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 1:30 at Okanogan County Public Health office, 1234 S. 2nd Ave., Okanogan.
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**NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR BIRTH & DEATH CERTIFICATES**
Starting January 1st, 2021 the requirements to receive a certificate will require new order form(s), fees, and additional documentation in order to obtain a certificate. Please click on the birth & death certificate information tab for more information.
Please check out our new web site for all things COVID-19
- Click Here To See The Governor's Guidelines For Safe Start WA
- ** Stop The Spread Of Germs **
- Click Here For: Supporting Your Health With Nutrition
Prescription Drug Disposal Sites Available
Did you know that Okanogan County has three permanent disposal sites:
- Omak Police Department (available 24/7)
- Twisp Police Department (available 24/7)
- Oroville Police Department (available 24/7)
Since the County's first Prescription Drug Take Back Day in September 2010, we have disposed of hundreds of pounds of prescription drugs, and contributed to a nearly 70% decrease in 10th grade students reporting using prescription drugs to get high!
Help us keep kids safe but disposing of medicine safely and properly!
- EMERGENCY/FIRE INFORMATION
- Immunization updates for children: The Links are: start school or attend child care
- DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION STRATEGIES IN OKANOGAN COUNTY
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Current Issues and Community Concerns
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