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Environmental Health

Environmental health promotes health and quality of life by preventing or controlling those diseases or deaths that result from interactions between people and the places they live, work and play. Our programs employ several strategies to prevent health hazards including education, surveillance, routine inspections, sampling, posting, and enforcement where necessary.

For environmental health questions, contact the Bureau-Marshall-Putnam County Health Department at 815-872-5091 or e-mail Environmental Health directly. 


Disease Prevention

Preventing Communicable Diseases

Infectious Disease Reporting


Rabies Prevention

Tuberculosis Screening & Prevention

Flu Prevention & Clinics

Family Health

WIC Program

Family Case Management

Breastfeeding Support

Breast & Cervical Cancer

Lead Poisoning Prevention

Low Cost Blood Testing

Environmental Health

Food Program

Water Program

Sewage Program

West Nile Virus

Tanning & Body Art

Environmental Health Forms

Environmental Health Fees


Health Education


Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health

NCI Cares

BCHD Mental Health Services

PCHD Mental Health Services

MCHD Mental Health Services

Mental Health Resources


Emergency Preparedness

Prepare Your Family For An Emergency

Medical Reserve Corps

Bureau-Putnam Emergency Planning Community Partners