The article discusses the mission of the Coles County Health Department, which is to provide quality health services through prevention, education, health promotion, and protection. The article goes on to discuss how the department focuses on these categories in order to achieve their mission statement. The next paragraph begins with a description of the 2018 Annual Report and explains that it has been successful in reaching many people in their community.

The article discusses the mission of the Coles County Health Department, which is to provide quality health services through prevention, education, health promotion, and protection. The article goes on to discuss how the department focuses on these categories in order to achieve their mission statement. The next paragraph begins with a description of the 2018 Annual Report and explains that it has been successful in reaching many people in their community.

 

History of the Coles County Health Department

The Coles County Health Department (CCHD) was founded in 1908 and is the oldest health department in Illinois. The CCHD’s mission is to improve the health of the people of Coles County by providing quality, accessible health services through education and prevention. The CCHD strives to be a model of customer service and excellence in public health.

The CCHD is made up of a Board of Commissioners, a professional staff, and volunteers who provide health services to residents in Coles County. The department operates eight clinics, two public health laboratories, and a youth center. In addition, the CCHD provides educational programs on topics such as diet, physical activity, and healthy living. The CCHD also works to prevent diseases by promoting healthy lifestyles and encouragements for immunization.

What is the Coles County Health Department?

The Coles County Health Department is a public health department that was founded in 1876. The department is responsible for the promotion, protection and improvement of the health and well-being of the people in Coles County.
The main goals of the Coles County Health Department are to prevent disease, improve public health education and to promote healthy lifestyles. The department also oversees the operation of a mental health facility, a juvenile detention center and a nursing home.
The Coles County Health Department is made up of a staff of approximately 130 employees, including 70 full-time professionals.
The department is headquartered in downtown California and has six branch offices located throughout the county.

Services that are provided by the health department

The Coles County  Department provides a variety of services to the residents of Coles County. These services include education, disease prevention, and health care. The  department also offers resources for residents to stay healthy, such as information about nutrition and exercise.
The department also maintains a variety of resources, including access to free or low-cost health care, vaccines, and other health-related programs.

The Coles County  Department is dedicated to providing quality services that will help protect  of its residents. Some of the services that the department provides are disease prevention,  education, and access to free or low-cost healthcare. The department also maintains a number of resources, including access to free or low-cost vaccines and other health-related programs.

Why did the health department start this program

The Coles County  Department (CCHD) started this program in response to increasing rates of obesity. Obesity is a serious problem in our community and across the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of adults are obese, and rates are rising. The effects of obesity are wide-ranging and can include heart disease, type II diabetes, some forms of cancer, mental problems, and joint pain.

The CCHD believes that we can all work together to prevent obesity by promoting healthy eating and physical activity habits in our community. To do this, we’ve started the Coles County Healthy Lifestyle Program (CCHP).
The CCHP is a community-wide effort to promote healthy eating and physical activity habits among residents of Coles County. We hope that the CCHP will help people make healthier choices and reduce their risk of developing obesity-related  problems.

Conclusion

The Coles County  Department exists to protect the safety of our residents. We work to prevent disease, promote healthy living, and provide education on a variety of the topics. Our department is committed to providing quality services at an affordable price, while maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations. We appreciate your support as we work to make Coles County a healthier place for everyone to live.