Services and Information

  • Child Lead Testing Services
    Information on how to request and obtain lead testing services for children six and under
  • City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan
    View, download, and provide feedback on the City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan
  • Communicable Disease
    HIV/AIDS Care, Education, Planning, TB Control, Surveillance, and Intervention Services
  • Cooling Sites in the St. Louis Area
    Cooling Sites offer the general public air-conditioned relief and cool water during the hottest part of the day.
  • Discussion of Missouri’s Good Samaritan law
    Missouri’s Good Samaritan law discussion with St. Louis Metropolitan Police Chief, Col. John W. Hayden Jr.
  • Functional Needs Registry
    The Functional Needs Registry is a database containing information about individuals residing in the City of St. Louis who may require assistance in the event of an emergency.
  • Health and Human Services Immunization Information
    Vaccines.gov is your one-stop shop for information about vaccines and immunizations. Read easy-to-understand immunization and vaccination schedules, get info on diseases that vaccinations prevent, and have your vaccine questions answered.
  • Information on Zika Virus
    Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Ready In 3 - Actions You Can Take Now
    Things you can do immediately to prepare for any type of disaster.
  • Request a Home Asthma Assessment for Children
    How to request a home assessment for schools, education programs
  • STL Live: Back-to-School Vaccinations
    Candace Da Silva, Health Services Manager I for the Department of Health, and Surilla Shaw, the School Nurse Coordinator for St. Louis Public Schools discuss the need for childhood immunizations as students prepare to return to school.
  • STL Live: Fighting the Flu
    Shanese Bolden, a Public Health nurse, and Yvette Ineza, an epidemiologist for the City of St. Louis Department of Health discuss ways you can protect yourself and your loved ones from influenza.
  • STL Live: HIV programs and World AIDS Day Observance
    Whitney Anderson and Jon Murphy, Public Health Program Representatives for the City of St. Louis Department of Health, discuss programs to educate the community about HIV and events taking place on November 30, 2018, in observance of World AIDS Day.
  • STL Live: Measles
    Dr. Fredrick L. Echols, the City of St. Louis Director of Health discusses the measles outbreaks occurring in different areas of the United States and how it is preventable through a vaccine.
  • STL Live: Pool Safety
    Anthony Elliott and Jacqueline Trotman, Environmental Health Officers with the Department of Health, discuss pool safety.
  • STL Live: Public Health in the City of St. Louis
    Dr. Fredrick L. Echols, the City of St. Louis Director of Health, discusses the Department of Health's role and plans to continue to protect the public's health.
  • STL Live: STD Awareness Month
    Natalie Torres, Program Manager, and Darne Guest, Public Health Program Specialist, discuss the importance of getting yourself tested for sexual transmitted diseases, including HIV. The Department of Health offers free testing four days a week at it's Health Stop testing and referral center.
  • Sign Up for Smoking Cessation Training Courses
    Opportunity to sign up for the "Freedom from Smoking" course developed by the American Lung Association.
  • Vaccination Information
    The following is a list of locations for those seeking vaccinations in the City of St. Louis. Please contact clinics directly regarding pricing questions. If you are seeking vaccination records, please call (314) 657-1447.
  • Women, Children and Adolescent Health
    Asthma, Lead Testing, Smoking Cessation, School Health and other family health programming

Laws, Bills, and Policies

Plans and Reports

  • Asthma Friendly St. Louis
    Asthma Friendly St. Louis is a community program designed to help school-aged children and teens manage their asthma.
  • Casa de Salud
    Casa de Salud is the premier healthcare resource for the foreign born community of metropolitan St. Louis, and part of the infrastructure that welcomes people of all origins to our region.
  • 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.
  • PoolSafely
    Pool Safely is a national public education campaign that works with partners around the country to reduce child drownings and entrapments in swimming pools.
  • 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.
  • St. Louis Effort For AIDS
    Education on the prevention of HIV/AIDS and comprehensive support services to those affected by the disease.
  • Vaccines.gov
    Vaccines.gov is your one-stop shop for information about vaccines and immunizations. Read easy-to-understand immunization and vaccination schedules, get info on diseases that vaccinations prevent, and have your vaccine questions answered.

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