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COVID-19 FAQ: Case Investigation

  As a part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we interview people who are identified as having a case of COVID-19. Our job is to speak with you and determine where you have been and who has come in contact with you. We do this because we want to protect your health as well as the health

COVID-19 Community Testing

  Community Testing In partnership with MetroHealth and other community and faith-based organizations, CCBH is bringing COVID-19 testing to local neighborhoods. Advance registration is required and there is a limit on the number of people who can be tested at each site. Testing times vary by

COVID-19 School Guidance

    Frequently Asked Questions This FAQ document is current as of July 26, 2020. We will provide updates as they become available. Click here to see the current FAQ   CDC

COVID-19: Reopening a Food Operation

What You Need to Know Before You Reopen If you have a question after reviewing these documents, please call 216.201.2000 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.   The Building


Cuyahoga County Board of Health                                                                 COVID-19 Overview Data does not include the city of Cleveland     Weekly updates about local COVID-19 activity July                          June 

Clinic Services

At our Parma clinic, we offer many low-cost services to help you and your family stay healthy and protected from illness. Adult and Child Vaccines Flu Shots HIV, Lead, and Tuberculosis Testing Sexual Health Services Travel Clinic   Please call 216.201.2041 for more information or to make an


The Cuyahoga County Board of Health offers free and low-cost clinic services. Our Services Include Child and Adult Vaccine Clinics Sexual Health Services Flu Clinic HIV, Lead, and

Sexual Health Services

We offer education and low to no-cost sexual health services that can help you stay safe and healthy. We welcome both women and men to our clinic. Teens 13 years of age and older may be seen without a parent or guardian. You will meet with one of our nurses in a private setting and all of your information

Children With Medical Handicaps (CMH)

  Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH) helps pay for medical costs associated with caring for children with special needs. It may cover costs not paid by Medicaid or private health insurance. It can lessen your out of pocket costs. We provide services for children living in all cities in Cuyahoga

Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention Program (BCCP)

My Body Matters is a campaign for the Breast and Cervical Cancer Project Northeast Ohio region, promoting free services to eligible women. Are you between 21 and 65 years of age? Are you without health insurance? Do

Child Care (Residential)

For Additional Information Call At this time, any  licensing or inspection of child care, pre-school and school-aged child care facilities is conducted by either the

Creating Healthy Communities

  The Creating Healthy Communities (CHC) Program was created to lower the leading causes of death in our communities. Since many diseases are linked to living habits such as poor diet, low activity levels, and smoking, the CHC program is designed to create system and policy changes that promote

Contract Review Committee

The CCBH Contract Review Committee (CRC) was initially established for the purpose of requesting quotes, reviewing and approving quotes, and awarding contracts for the lead hazard control services under the Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control grants. In April of 2016, the duties of this committee

Cancer Surveillance

Cancer is a general term often used to describe a group of separate diseases such as breast cancer, colon cancer, and lung cancer. Cancer is more common than people realize as 1 out of 2 males and 1 out of 3 females will develop cancer at some point in their lifetime. Each year, CCBH keeps track of

Child Fatality Review

  The program reviews the causes of death of children less than 18 years old who lived in Cuyahoga County. A group of doctors, nurses, social workers, police, mental health experts and the medical examiner meets every month. They look at facts about the child and the death. The group looks for