Harrison County Home & Public Health
Call Us: +712-644-2220
Southwest Iowa Preparedness Partners (SWIPP) and Harrison County emergency preparedness partners (Harrison County Emergency Management, CHI Missouri Valley, Harrison County Fire & Rescue Association, and Harrison County Home & Public Health) work in partnership in planning and preparing for emergencies including natural disasters, bioterrorism, mass radiological exposure and infectious disease outbreaks like a flu epidemic.
Personalized home visits with a specially-trained parent educator
Health & developmental screening for your child
Group meetings for you and your family
Instruction on child nutrition and family budgeting
Help with understanding your child’s behavior
Information about and referral to other community services
FREE car seat safety checks for families
The Harrison County Diaper Bank is open to Harrison County residents free-of-charge. A variety of sizes are available, but due to supply cannot be guaranteed. No daycares or daycare providers are eligible.
Formed in 2013 specifically in response to the Harrison County 2011 Community Health Needs Assessment.
Information on the billing processes for Home Health and Homemakers. This includes resources and applications on funding sources to assist with the payment for home health services.
HCHPH has THREE certified car seat safety technicians that can check any child’s car seat is properly installed and fitted to the child.
HCHPH Holds an Immunization Contract with Iowa Dept of Human Services. HCHPH designated staff works to increase immunization rates in children, adolescents and adults for all Advisory Committee of Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended vaccines.
Harrison County Home & Public Health provides quality and comprehensive Medicare-certified healthcare services in the comfort and privacy of the clients home.
The Homemaker Department offers 4 services for Harrison County Iowa residents. These services are, Bathing, Homemaker, Respite and Transportation.