Links to Illinois-based public health and safety organizations, programs, and resources. Public health and safety is an interdisciplinary science and practice of protecting and improving health of communities and populations. Public health includes such diverse topics as preventive medicine; health education and promotion; sanitation and hygiene; communicable-disease control; emergency medical services; assessment and monitoring and organization of health services and policies. Comparable terms for public health medicine include social medicine and community medicine.
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Henry and Stark County Health Department
Promoting public health of the counties. Includes contacts, services and office locations.
Illinois Association of Arson Investigators
IL-IAAI provides support, resources and networking to the state's arson and fire investigation professionals. Includes merchandise, links, FAQs, events calendar, and contacts.
Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health
Providing public education, policy advocacy, training and technical assistance young people's health. Includes upcoming events, projects, and publications.
Illinois Department of Public Health
Protects the state's residents and visitors through the prevention and control of disease and injury; regulates medical practitioners and promotes sanitation. Health fact sheets, vital records, publications, calendar, and links.
Illinois Public Health Association
Working with other allied organizations and groups to improve the health status of residents, the quality of the environment, accessibility to basic health services and the capabilities of the public health system.
IRHA - Illinois Rural Health Association
A not-for-profit corporation formed in 1989 committed to improving access to health care for rural Illinoisans. Information on policies, resources, a newsletter, events calendar, and conferences are provided.
Last update:December 22, 2015 at 13:18:57 UTC