The Disease Control unit is responsible for the investigation of outbreaks of communicable diseases, surveillance of reportable diseases, and provision of educational materials and services to assist communities in reducing the incidence of communicable diseases.
The Public Health Regional Laboratory is able to test your water for coliforms and E. coli.
If you have been bitten by a tick, the Public Health Regional Laboratory can test it for the bacteria that causes Lyme Disease (Borrelia burgdorferi).
Rabies is a rare, but very serious disease, and is almost always fatal to humans and domestic animals if not treated before symptoms appear.
Immunizations for children, teens and adults
Review flu materials and resources and find out where to get a flu shot. By protecting yourself, you are also protecting others around you from what could be a life-threatening illness.
Provides training and reference testing to clinical laboratories, and laboratory support for diagnosis and control of communicable diseases to private medical providers.
Find out who to call by location.
Poison Prevention and Control
CLPP employs a team of health professionals who provide services to parents, healthcare providers, and the general public.
There are many ordinary household items, foods and plants that can be poisonous to your pets. If you suspect that your pet has ingested a toxic substance, please seek veterinary care immediately.
ASPCA Poison Control Hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week 1 (888) 426-4435
Mental Health Services
Environmental Health Safety
In accordance with the Sonoma County well ordinance, environmental drilling permits for these activities are issued by the Sonoma County Department of Health Services (DHS).
Our programs promote health and quality of life by preventing or controlling those diseases or deaths that result from interactions between people and the places they live, work and play.