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The Ohio Department of Health’s Private Water Systems Program provides resources, including testing, for wells, springs, cisterns, storage tanks, and other private water systems.

The Ohio Department of Health offers information and tips to help prevent mosquito bites and the diseases they can carry.

The Ohio Department of Health provides information and resources about coronavirus/COVID-19 at coronavirus.ohio.gov.

The Ohio Department of Health provides information and resources to help Ohioans prevent tick bites and the diseases they carry, including Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. 

The Ohio Department of Health recommends visiting Vaccines.gov, a federal website that can help you find flu shot providers in your community. 

Learn about influenza, commonly called the flu, from the Ohio Department of Health.

The Ohio Department of Health can link you to vaccine providers in your community at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov

When the bacteria levels at a monitored beach are abnormally high, the beach operator erects warning signs to alert you to the potentially hazardous conditions. If you don’t see the warning signs, it’s probably safe to go into the water.

To check for alerts before you get to the beach, use the Ohio Department of Health's BeachGuard.

Ohio offers several programs to help Ohioans access fresh produce. Check out programs for SNAP recipients, WIC recipients, and seniors.

Use this interactive map from the Ohio Department of Health to find your Local Health District.

Learn how to be an organ, eye, or tissue donor from Donate Life Ohio.

The Ohio Department of Health's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) may be able to help.

Find information about monkeypox from the Ohio Department of Health.

The Ohio Department of Health provides information about immunizations you or your loved ones should have at different points in your lives.

Find recovery supports from the Ohio Department of Mental health and Addiction Services.

The Naloxone Ohio program provides naloxone for individuals and organizations to help stop accidental drug overdoses and save lives.

Ohioans who do not have health insurance through their employer, Medicare, or Medicaid may be eligible to purchase affordable coverage through HealthCare.gov

The Ohio CareLine is a toll-free emotional support call service created by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and administered in community settings.

Ohio's Medicaid program can help eligible Ohioans and Ohio families take an active role in their health care. Learn about eligibility and coverage from the Ohio Department of Medicaid.

Learn about suicide prevention and find resources from the Ohio Department of Mental health and Addiction Services.