Home assessment assistance, school education program and outreach
Lead Testing Services
Information on how to request and obtain lead testing services for children six and under
Smoking Cessation Services
Sign-up for "Freedom from Smoking" courses. This course uses programming developed by the American Lung Association.
Departments and Agencies
Environmental Health protects people from environmental hazards and disease through effective and efficient prevention and treatment efforts.
The Health Department is responsible for the health and safety of the community.
Children's Environmental Health
Lead poisoning prevention and asthma care and control resources
City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan
View, download, and provide feedback on the City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan
HIV/AIDS Care, Education, Planning, TB Control, Surveillance, and Intervention Services
Health Reports and Data
Health Improvement Plan, Health Assessment, STD's, Child Abuse and more health related reports.
Ready In 3 - Actions You Can Take Now
Things you can do immediately to prepare for any type of disaster.
What is Public Health?
Why public health is important.
Women, Children and Adolescent Health
Bureau of Women, Children, and Adolescent Health
Asthma Friendly St. Louis
Asthma Friendly St. Louis is a community program designed to help school-aged children and teens manage their asthma.
Emergency Preparations for Individuals with Functional Needs & Seniors
Ready in # information for Individuals with Functional Needs.
LeadSafe St. Louis
Lead Safe St. Louis is a City of St. Louis ten year initiative to reduce lead exposure. It provides testing services and education.
Smoke Free St. Louis Kids
Smoke Free St. Louis Kids is working to identify parents, pregnant women, and family members whose smoking in the home puts children at risk.
Online Applications and Forms
Health Department Contacts
Provides main Health Department Contact information and email form
Laws, Bills, and Policies
Mayor Slay Appoints Melba Moore Acting Health Director as Pam Walker Retires from City Government
Over the eight years that Pam Walker has served as Mayor Francis Slay's Health Director, alongside Health Commissioner Melba Moore, the leading indicators of health have improved across the board in the City of St. Louis:
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