Programs at Public Health
Below is a listing of all programs available to Montgomery County residents.
The Baby & Me - Tobacco Free Program is a smoking cessation program which aims to reduce the use of tobacco products among women during and after their pregnancy.
This Executive Summary highlights findings from the Montgomery County Child Fatality Review Board’s sixth Report to the Community. Montgomery County began reviewing the deaths of its children in 1997. The report is an evaluation of child deaths occurring in the years 2009 through 2016 and provides cumulative data from 1997 through 2016.
Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County partners with the Ohio Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (OHHLPPP) to provide public education, public health lead investigations, and case management to lead poisoned children in Montgomery County.
Public Health's Children with Special Healthcare Needs (CMH) Program provides case management and service coordination for families with children who have or potentially have special health care needs and are residents of Ohio.
The Communicable Disease Reporting Program monitors the occurrence of contagious illnesses within Montgomery County. Our team gathers reports of diseases in the community, interviews people with disease, and conducts follow-up investigations to determine the source of infection.
The Communities Preventing Chronic Disease program (CPCD) works to reduce rates of chronic disease, such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. In 2012, chronic diseases accounted for 62 percent of all Ohio deaths.