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Central District Health is providing a number of services over the phone and continues to meet
the information and communication needs of our community.
Our Family and Clinic Services section is still open and can serve you for many of your non-respiratory health care needs.
Call us to learn more and make an appointment: 208-327-7400
Visit our COVID-19 webpage to view latest news releases,
local and regional information, and more
Environmental Health (Food/Septic/Land/Childcare)
Health can serve you via email and phone. Call 208-327-7499 to speak
with an EH staff member.
- In response to
COVID-19, class dates are being evaluated and are subject to
cancelation. Please call
208-327-7499 to make sure the class you registered for is not
- Submit food and septic paperwork by email and pay by
phone. Submit completed food and septic forms to
WIC - Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
operating from 8 am to 5 pm Monday - Friday. WIC
services are being provided over the phone and through telehealth
communication. Call 208-327-7488 to speak with WIC staff.
- WIC is still open and
is offering services on an essential basis. Clinic staff are
offering phone and telehealth visits.
- WIC can load benefits
to your WIC card over the phone.
- Current phone numbers are necessary for phone
appointments during their scheduled times.
- WIC Breastfeeding classes have been canceled until
further notice. WIC providers are available to offer
breastfeeding help over the phone or in person.
Family & Clinic Services (FCS) - Reproductive Health and Immunizations
Clinic Services are being provided over the phone and via telehealth
visits. Call 208-327-7400 to speak with FCS staff
to answer any questions and determine if a service can be provided
or if it can wait.
- Immunizations are
offered on a limited basis. Routine immunizations are
recommended to be postponed.
- Recommendation is if individual is asymptomatic and can
wait, they should. For individuals with symptoms, call the
clinic and a clinic staff member can assist via phone or
telehealth visit or if the person should come in for a
- Clinic can see minor illness/injuries, STI
symptoms/complaints, Birth control, and other concerns
related to primary care.
Parent as Teachers (PAT)/Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health
in-home visits have been discontinued. Read below for ways CDH can
still serve you via telecommunicaiton.
- Until there is guidance
to discontinue any in-person visits, PAT and IECMH
participants can choose to come into CDH for their normal
sessions as long as they are in good health at the time of
- Most home visits (PAT & IECMH) will be offered virtually, via
webinar (PAT) and telehealth (IECMH). PAT home visitors can drop off
kits to participating families with activites for the parent/s and
child/ren to do together.
- Monthly PAT Group Connections will not be offered until
guidance around gatherings changes.
services have been temporarily impacted and are not being offered.
- At this
time, First Teeth Matter is not considered an essential service.
It's not possible for
providers and clients to maintain the recommended distancing
during most oral health visits.
- Due to school closures, the Oral Health Program will not
complete the last-scheduled school sealant clinic of the
school year - scheduled for Cascade in April.
- Our partners at Friends of Children and Families (FOCAF)
have also canceled our fluoride varnish clinics with their
Early Head Start and Head Start participants.
Fall Proof™ classes are on hiatus until further notice. Please call
208-327-8591 with any questions.
- The District IV Citizen Review Panel has
postponed the April 7th, 2020 meeting.
- This post satisfies the notice of meeting requirements in
Idaho Code 74-204(1), Open Meeting Law.
- The R4 Behavioral
Health Board Meeting on April 9th, 2020 will
be a virtual meeting using GoToMeeting.