Kandiyohi County Health and Human Services

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Public Health provides a broad range of services to individuals,
families and communities to promote and protect
the health of those who live and work in Kandiyohi County

Floods: Protecting Your Health

A few simple precautions can help you avoid possible health risks during a flood.
Resources for home and business clean-up are available at
Minnesota Department of Health Flood website

Families and Children
Parents and children's health, pregnancy and birth, parenting education, life skills
Expectant Parent Classes

WIC Nutritional Program

Women, Infant and Children Nutritional Supplemental Food Program


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Contact Us

Report a Public Health Emergency


Partner Resources

Minnesota Department of Health

Centers for Disease Control

Report:
Public Health Emergencies
(MDH Link)
Natural or manmade emergencies
 
MDH Link
Minnesota Foodborne Illness Hotline  
Report an infectious disease

Limited English Proficiency
(LEP) Call: 1-888-883-8831

 ECHO (Emergency and Community Health Outreach)

Immunizations and Disease Prevention and Control
Refugee Health
Clinic schedules, fact sheets, seasonal flu. Diseases and conditions, tuberculosis, unwanted prescription disposal

Environmental Health
Food, Beverage and Lodging food related licensing, Indoor air and drinking water quality, healthy homes.
Free Radon Kits Available

 Senior Services and People with Disabilities

Emergency Preparedness
Individual/Family preparedness, emergency response programs

Health Promotion
Nutrition, lifestyles, and physical activity

Local Health Data
Statistics and data on local public health, agency and local reports, links to additional data




























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