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McHenry County residents are touched every day by our services. Every time we eat in a restaurant, register our pets, build a well or septic system, need help for health care, or get our children vaccinated for school, the Health Department is involved to make us safer and healthier.
- TB control
- Chronic and Communicable disease control
- Hearing and vision screening for children
- STD/HIV testing and counseling
Operation Drop Box September 9th to October 21st
Operation Drop Box is gathering household goods for veterans from September 9th until October 21st. For a complete list requested donations, click here. For a complete list of Dropbox locations, click here.
Vaccines are safe, effective, and save Lives. Find information here for parents and adults, as well as information and answers for those who aren’t sure about vaccinating.
Why vaccines are important in 48 seconds
Proposed Ordinance Changes
Please see the Environmental Health main page for draft proposals concerning the revision to Articles I, II, III, IV and V of the Public Health Ordinance. Comments on these proposed changes are appreciated. Comments may be submitted to the Division of Environmental Health at 815-334-4585 or via email: Health@McHenryCountyil.govSummary of Proposed Revisions to Article
Diabetes Education, Classes, and Wellness Screening
Regularly scheduled wellness screenings are held the first Wednesday of each month. Additional screenings are scheduled at locations throughout McHenry County. Click here to register online. More information is available by calling 815-334-4531.
View food inspection reports
Illinois law prohibits smoking in public places. File a complaint by calling IDPH on the toll-free complaint line at 866-973-4646 (TTY 800-547-0466, hearing impaired use only) or online at http://www.smoke-free.illinois.gov/complaints.htm.
- Board of Health
- TB Board
- Retail Food Advisory Committee
- Environmental Health Advisory Committee
- Solid Waste Advisory Committee