Health Services Division (formerly Public Health Division)
The Division of Health Services (formerly known as the Division of Public Health) works in cooperation with a variety of local, state, and federal agencies to improve the well-being of St. Charles County residents each year. From generating vital records, such as passports or birth and death certificates, to treating or preventing illness and injury in everyone from unborn babies to older adults, the department staff addresses a wide range of public health issues.
In St. Charles County, the Division of Health Services encompasses several programs:
Vital Records distributes certified birth or death certificates for Missouri residents or for those who were born or who died within the state. Staff also assists citizens in obtaining U.S. passports.
Immunization Clinics are offered for children and adults.
WIC is a nutrition education and supplemental food service for women, infants and children.
Sexually Transmitted Disease testing, treatment and prevention education are offered for all residents.
We handle communicable disease reporting and investigation.
We put on health education programming for children and adults.
We do public health preparedness and bio-terrorism planning and response.
For more information on the programs and services provided by the Division of Health Services, please call 636-949-7400.