health nurses are available for information and referral, home visits, health
teaching, communicable disease follow-up, and senior services.
here for more information
Health Disability Prevention Program (CHDP)
well child check-ups for children who meet the income eligible guidelines. Call
the staff at CHDP
Children's Services Program (CCS)
Children's Services (CCS) arranges and pays for medical care, equipment, and rehabilitation
needs for children with handicapping conditions who are eligible for the program.
Lead Poisoning Prevention Program
clinics are available at the Health Department to screen children for elevated
blood lead levels. Elevated blood lead levels have been associated with growth
and development problems in children under six years of age.
the full range of childhood vaccinations.
Immunization record is required
clinics are on a walk-in basis
per child, $10.00 per family or Medi-Cal
& Travel Immunization Services
Routine adult immunizations
Recommended immunizations for travel
First Thursday of every month.
Call: (559) 584-1401
mission of the Tobacco Control Program is to provide comprehensive tobacco education
to the people of Kings County. The Tobacco Control Program works with key opinion
leaders in their respective communities on three priority areas:
Reduce the effects of secondhand smoke and support
users to give up their
Reduce minor's commercial and social access to tobacco
Counter pro-tobacco influences in the community
Healthier Kings Adult
Coalition is comprised of professionals and volunteers who commit time and effort
to support tobacco free Kings County communities. Interested individuals may contact
Oralia Vallejo at: firstname.lastname@example.org for a meeting schedule.
Understanding CA's New Smokefree Housing Law - November 2011
Passenger Safety Education Program
Kings County Department of Public Health conducts child passenger safety classes
for parents, grandparents and other caretakers. The two-hour sessions are offered
in English and Spanish at the department's Health Centers throughout the county.
Additionally classes are offered at various community agencies such as Head Start,
Migrant Parents' meetings and the Cyesis Program.
of the class are that every participant:
- Has an understanding of the California Child Passenger Safety laws
- Has installed
a child passenger safety seat correctly
- Understands the importance of maintaining
the child properly restrained.
classes require appointments. Please call for dates, times and locations at: (559) 582-3211 ext 2689 or toll-free at 1-800-649-5399
Click on each location for clinic schedule & information
Campus Dr., Hanford, CA 93230
Skyline Ave., Avenal, CA 93204