The St. Clair County Health Department provides many programs and services for individuals, families, and the community. For more detailed information about our programs and services.
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The St. Clair County Health Department assures the accessibility of appropriate, and quality personal, public, and environmental health services to St. Clair County residents and their families.

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The Teen Health Center (THC) provides friendly, adolescent-focused services for client’s ages 10 – 21.

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St. Clair County WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor

St. Clair County WIC has initiated the Breastfeeding Peer Counselor program. The role of the Breastfeeding Peer Counselor is to help mothers and mothers-to-be with common breastfeeding issues and questions in order to enhance the mother-baby breastfeeding experience. WIC Peer Counselors have an important role in educating and supporting WIC mothers and may share their own personal breastfeeding experience for support and encouragement. Peer Counselors provide services through different communication channels such as classes, support groups, one-on-one counseling sessions and phone calls. Liz Foley is St. Clair County WIC’s Peer Counselor who is also an exclusively breastfeeding working mom with a handsome healthy son. Liz can help breastfeeding moms through their breastfeeding journey and enhance their breastfeeding success. For help with any breastfeeding issues or concerns, please contact Liz at the numbers listed below:

Office Phone: (810) 987-5300 Ext. 1469
Cell (810) 434-2383

Healthiest Nation 2030 Public Health Week 2015

National Public Health Week is April 6-12. This year’s theme involves the public health community rallying around the goal of making the U.S. the Healthiest Nation in One Generation — by 2030.
Follow us on and as we highlight daily themes and raise awareness of public health.


Measles Outbreak- Vaccination is Key

From January 1 to February 20, 2015, 154 people from 17 states and Washington DC were reported to have measles. Measles starts with fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, and sore throat. It’s followed by a rash that spreads over the body. Measles virus is a highly contagious virus and spreads through the air through coughing and sneezing. Make sure you and your child are protected with measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine (MMR). Measles can be prevented with the MMR vaccine. One dose of MMR vaccine is about 93% effective at preventing measles if exposed to the virus, and two doses are about 97% effective. Click on the links below for more information:
For MMR or other vaccine questions call (810)987-5300.



Reportable Disease Updates

The St. Clair County Health Department posts reportable updates on a quarterly basis to identify and communicate issues, trends in the community and emerging communicable diseases that impact our community. Visit here for the latest edition.



Beat the Flu! It’s Not too Late to Vaccinate!

Health officials are reporting that flu activity in Michigan is down to “Local” activity. St. Clair County Health Department continues to see flu cases and most of these are of the “B” strain which is a good match for the 2014-2015 flu season. It is still important to get your flu vaccine if you have done so yet! Being vaccinated helps with those cases of flu we are still seeing locally. The best prevention anyone 6 months of age and older has against the flu is to get vaccinated every year. Vaccinations are available by appointment at our Main Office and Teen Health Center. For information, contact our Preventive Health & Immunizations at (810) 987-5729 or Teen Health Center at (810) 987-1311. Visit here for additional flu resources.



Ebola Virus Disease

The 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history, affecting multiple countries in West Africa. Although the risk of an Ebola outbreak in the United States is very low, federal, state, and local partners are preparing and taking precautions to prevent this from happening. Visit here for Ebola guidance documents and resources for the community, first responders, healthcare providers, and laboratories.

Ebola Fact Sheet
For more information on the 2014 West Africa Ebola Epidemic, click here.

SCCHD has many services available aimed at improving the health of the community.  We strive to make these services and/or programs affordable to everyone ad are committed to reducing barriers to access whenever possible.  However, fees may apply to many programs, please check that service directly for any applicable costs.