Child Care Licensing
Child care licensing is required to protect the health, safety, and welfare of children receiving care away from their parents and home.
The Health Department offers classes to improve the ability to obtain and understand the health information needed to make health decisions.
Healthy Start Home Visitor Program
Home visitors are mothers that have been trained to help other mothers with their concerns and who work with public health nurses who can make home visits as needed.
Immunizations & TB Skin Tests
The Health Department is focused on providing immunizations for infants, children, and adults to help ensure their health and the overall health of our community.
Learn about communicable diseases, which are diseases that spread from person to person.
Maternal & Infant Program
The Maternal and Infant Program provides supplementary nursing, social work, and nutrition services to residents who are pregnant or with infants less than a year old.
Physical Assessments - KAN Be Healthy
KAN Be Healthy (KBH) is a Medicaid program for children, teenagers, and young adults.
Reproductive Health Services
The Health Department provides reproductive health services including well women exams, STD screening, and pregnancy testing.
The Health Department has yearly contracts for screenings and assistance at area schools, including hearing, vision, and immunization reviews on-site by nurses.
Tuberculosis (TB) Control Clinic
Our Tuberculosis (TB) Control Clinic works with patients in Butler County who have tuberculosis and tuberculosis infection.
Women, Infants & Children Program
Women, Infants, and Children is a supplemental nutrition program that provides supplemental foods and nutrition education along with breastfeeding support and referrals to other area agencies to those who qualify.
Early Detection Works
Early detection of breast and cervical cancer can save your life.