Do you want to learn how to take care of your septic system? How your system works? How to spot a failure? Come join us next Tuesday, March 21st at 6:00 pm for a FREE workshop that will answer all of these questions and more! Complete a survey at the end to receive a $200 coupon for reimbursement on a professional septic pumping!
A new joint report from National Association of Counties (NACo) and the National League of Cities (NLC) examines how cities and counties can strengthen collaboration with each other and state, federal, private-sector, and non-profit partners to tackle the opioid crisis.
Wondering what syringe exchanges or syringe services are? This video from LA gives some insight from law enforcement and program view. This is an example of one program following best practices.
The mission of the Monroe County Health Department is to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Monroe County.
Leading and partnering to create a healthier and safer Monroe County Community.
Monroe County ranks 11th in Health Factors and 25th in Health Outcomes (out of 92 counties in Indiana) according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's County Health Rankings.
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Birth or Death Certificates,
please call (812) 349-2542.
Food Establishment Permits, Inspections and Complaints,
please call (812) 349-2896, (812) 349-2837 or (812) 349-2739.
Septic or Campground Permits, Inspections and Complaints,
please call (812) 349-2834 or (812) 349-2073.
Swimming Pools, Lead, Radon, Animal Bites, Mosquito Monitoring and Other Environmental Issues,
please call (812) 349-2882 or (812) 349-2072.
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