Health Department-Public Health Delta County
Health Department-Public Health Delta County2920 College Avenue
Escanaba, Michigan, 49829
Communicable Disease Services
Physician and self referrals are accepted for testing, treatment and/or reporting of sexually transmitted disease, tuberculosis, rabies, hepatitis and food poisoning.
Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS)
Assists individuals from birth to 21 years of age (regardless of income) who have a condition that may benefit from specialized care or the use of special equipment.
Early On Program
Early intervention and support for children ages birth to 36 months who have an established medical condition or developmental delay.
Family Planning Services
Counseling, Annual Exams, STD Testing, Pregnancy Testing and Contraceptive Services.
Hearing and Vision Screening
Services provided for preschool and kindergarten entrants.
Healthy Families UP
Free voluntary home visitation services program designed to help strengthen families.
Anonymous counseling and testing
Immunizations for children and adults are available, including flu and pneumococcal vaccines. Information on immunizations is available, including recommendations on foreign travel vaccines.
Provides blood lead testing, prevention education and referrals for eligible children.
Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR)
A state-of-the-art immunization record keeping system for all residents who receive immunizations anywhere in the State of Michigan.
MI Child/Healthy Kids
Health care coverage program for pregnant women and infants and children under 19 years of age.
Women, Infants & Children Program (WIC)
A special food and nutrition program that provides: Health screening, Nutrition education, Referral for health and social services and Free supplemental food.
Floride and Varnish Program (WIC)
Fluoride Varnish is a program that provides protective coating that is painted on the teeth to help prevent new cavities.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Navigation Program (BCCCNP)
Provides cancer screening to women age 21 and over
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention
U.P. Wide Smiles
Prevention offers a variety of services to youth and adults through collaboration with community prevention partners. Current Programs include:
Botvin's Lifeskills Training
Prime For Life (Alcohol Highway Safety Education)
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders Screening & Referral
Community Prevention Coalitions