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The Monterey County Health Department is organized into seven bureaus
Provides Budget and Finance, Human Resources, Planning/Evaluation/Policy, Information Technology, and Facilities functions in addition to oversight of the six other Bureaus.
Links County residents who have mental health and addictive disorders to a continuum of behavioral health interventions such as inpatient hospitalization, crisis interventions, recovery programs, prevention services, supportive housing, wellness centers, and outpatient services
Operates seven FQHC look-alike clinics providing comprehensive primary medical care, health promotion education and disease prevention services regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.
Works with partners to provide medical care to pre-hospital emergency patients by maintaining an EMS system, paramedic/ambulance franchise, EMS training programs, and preparing disaster plans. This division plans, coordinates and evaluates emergency medical services to ensure that emergency medical care is available and consistent at the emergency scene, during transport and in the emergency room.
Educates the public and enforces federal, state and local statutes covering consumer health, drinking water, environmental health reviews, hazardous materials, recycling and resources recovery, and solid waste management. This Bureau also oversees the Animal Services Program which includes education, protection, licensing, adoption, and spay/neuter services.
Includes Children’s Medical Services; Disease Prevention and Control; Public Health Laboratory; Women, Infants, and Children’s Program; Nutrition Services; and Health Teams which conduct Case Management and Whole Person Care related to health needs. Programs in the Bureau cover several essential public health services, including surveillance, disaster preparedness, diagnosing and addressing health problems, outreach and education, and mobilizing community partnerships to identify and solve health problems.
Controls and safeguards all property subject to loss, injury, waste, or misappropriation of Monterey County residents who died without leaving a will or apparent heirs, and also acts as a Representative Payee for Monterey County Residents who are incapable of managing their public entitlement benefits on their own behalf.