In Phase 1B of the state vaccination program, there are many local medical providers who are offering vaccines to those 65 years of age and older and also those with specific medical conditions as defined above.
The list of providers include federally-qualified health centers, hospitals and pharmacies
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) continue to recommend a 14-day quarantine period as the best option for anyone exposed to COVID-19.
Th 14-day period is especially preferred for people in these situations:
Living in, working at, or visiting
Fever of greater than 100.4 F° and lower respiratory tract issues such as cough and shortness of breath.
Other symptoms may include body aches, chills, diarrhea, fatigue, nausea and loss of smell and/or taste.
Check yourself for symptoms
You can answer a brief series of
Our agency is now serving the Phase 1A group by offering vaccines to those who are eligible.
Due to the large number of people in our county who qualify as eligible for Phase 1A, we do not know how long
it will take us to complete Phase 1A.
This page provides school personnel with resources and answers to questions about reporting cases of COVID-19.
CCBH Decision Tree
We have developed a decision tree to help school staff when dealing with COVID-19 in the school environment.
Please contact us with any questions.
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
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
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Due to COVID-19, our clinic has a limited appointment schedule.
Drive-thru immunization services are available at our main clinic parking lot located at 5550 Venture Drive in Parma.
Information about drive-up teen immunization clinics – 216.201.2077
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
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
Our 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.
The duties of this committee were expanded in
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
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
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