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Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided with Naloxone)

Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided with Naloxone) is an opioid overdose education and naloxone distribution (OEND) program. Its purpose is to save lives by providing Naloxone to individuals and families of those who are at-risk for opioid overdose. Cuyahoga County’s Project DAWN was launched on March 1,

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

Plumbing

  The Cuyahoga County Board of Health Plumbing Program oversees plumbing work conducted in communities that currently choose not to exercise enforcement authority for plumbing. This program requires the inspection of plumbing, the registration of contractors and the issuance of permits through

Food Business – Frequently Asked Questions

What must I do to open a new restaurant or food retail store? Submit two sets of floor plans to CCBH with a completed plan review application and payment Contact your local building department for proper permits and inspections for plumbing, electrical, fire, etc. Schedule a pre-licensing inspection

Opioid Use and Misuse

  Overview of Local Drug Related Deaths The leading cause of injury-related death in Ohio continues to be accidental drug overdose Heroin and Fentanyl are two of the main factors in the increase in fatal overdoses Ohio has experienced nearly an 800% rise in fatalities since 2000 The

Mandatory Food Safety Education Training

Important Announcement: In response to our current focus on COVID-19 response and to help ensure the health of our customers, CCBH has temporarily suspended all food safety education training through the month of August. ServSafe and the National Restaurant Association are committed to supporting

Prevent Premature Fatherhood Program

For More Information Contact: Prevent Premature Fatherhood The Prevent Premature Fatherhood program provides group facilitation to teen males ages 12-19 to improve outcomes related to teen fatherhood. Young men know less than young women about the risk of pregnancy, STD/HIV and birth control methods. Thanks

TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION

  CCBH has administered Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs since 1997. In partnership with school districts and community-based agencies, we focus on providing comprehensive, evidence-based sexual health education to youth throughout Cuyahoga County. 216Teens is

Prevent Premature Fatherhood (PPF) Program

                   
The Prevent Premature Fatherhood (PPF) program provides group facilitation to youth, ages 12-19. Discussion topics focus on not becoming a parent before being ready. Thanks to funding from the Cuyahoga County Fatherhood Initiative,

Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP)

Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) for Foster Care and Adjudicated Youth The Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH) is the District 2 provider for Ohio PREP. This program is funded by the Ohio Department of Youth Services. CCBH partners with OhioGuidestone and Canton City Public Health

Public Records Policy

Adopted June 27, 2007 In order to facilitate prompt compliance with the Ohio Public Records Act (Ohio Revised Code 149.43), all persons seeking to inspect or obtain copies of Board records are expected to comply with the policy. This policy does not apply to the use of records for official Board business

Prevention and Wellness

Prevention & Wellness provides population and community based services in Cuyahoga County and Northeastern Ohio. Our programs and services aim to improve health status and eliminate differences in health outcomes of people who live, work and play in our communities. Staff includes nurses, social

Performance Management

  In order to demonstrate our commitment to accountability, CCBH established a comprehensive performance management system described here for our elected officials, communities, funders and public health partners. We recognize that the landscape of public health is quickly changing.  To that

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