Working with Our Partners to Improve the Health and Safety of Hamilton County
Since 2001, public health agencies around the world have been preparing for threats such as natural disasters, terrorist attacks and pandemics. At Hamilton County Public Health, we have been working to increase our capacity to respond to emergencies by strengthening old partnerships and creating new ones.
Partnerships with the community and other public health and emergency response agencies in the tri-state area, have made our region and our county safer, healthier and better prepared to respond to emergencies, as well as the day-to-day public health challenges of an urban county.
For disaster preparedness info from CDC, go here.
For information regarding Emergency Preparedness activities in your community you may contact:
|Norwood Health Dept.
2059 Sherman Ave.
Norwood, Ohio 45212
Phone: (513) 458-4600
|Springdale Health Dept.
11700 Springfield Pike
Springdale, Ohio 45246
Phone: (513) 346-5725
Cincinnati Health Department
- American Red Cross
- CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response
- Citizen Corps
- Current Threats
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- How should you prepare?
- Ohio Responds
- Pet Preparedness
- Prevent & Prepare
- Public Health Emergency Response
- Ready America
- Tri-state Medical Reserve Corp
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security