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Health & Human Services
The Mission of the Alpine County Health and Human Services Department is to promote the dignity and well-being of children, families and adults through public health and human service programs.

Public Health Services
Public Health Services deals with the health and well being of the citizens of Alpine County. Their services include:
     • Health Care Clinic with a licensed physician      • Tobacco Education
     • Education on the prevention of communicable diseases      • Immunization
     • HIV and STD prevention education      • Well Child Exams

Social Services
Social Services
 deals with programs for certain populations in need or at risk in Alpine county, including such areas as:
New opportunities for health care coverage are coming.  Please go to the Social Services home page for more information.

Environmental Health Services

Environmental Health Services deals with the health and well being of our environment. Their services include:
  •  Water monitoring
  • Food and restaurant permits
  •  Well permits
  •  Swimming pool construction

Alpine County Career Center
Alpine Career Center One-Stop Career Center offers comprehensive employment services to job seekers of all ages and abilities.  The Center also provides a wide variety of options to businesses and entrepreneurs.

Public Health Emergency Preparedness
Our Emergency Preparedness staff are a comprehensive and organized group that focus on analysis, planning, decision-making, and the assignment of available resources to prepare for, respond to, and recover from potential disasters, hazards, and emergencies, whether man-made or natural.

Alpine County Health & Wellness Coalition
Alpine County Health & Wellness Coalition aims to build strong community partnerships promoting healthy living through outreach, advocacy and education.

Health & Human Services
75 Diamond Valley Road
Markleeville, CA 96120
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Ph: 530-694-2235
Fx: 530-694-2252

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

24 Hour Reporting Hotline:

Child Abuse Reporting Form