The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment is comprised of six divisions: Child Care Facilities, Health Services, Environmental, Community Health, Strategic Planning, and Business Operations.
Services include: immunizations, communicable disease surveillance, TB testing, refugee health testing, prenatal, WIC, reproductive health, STD screening, HIV testing, child care facilities’ licensure, health education classes, workshops & trainings, injury prevention activities (Safe Kids Johnson County), chronic disease risk reduction activities, and senior and community wellness activities.
Programs include: Outreach Nurse, Public Health Emergency Program, Targeted Case Management, Making a Difference, Air Quality, Household Hazardous Waste, Solid Waste Management, On-site Sewage Treatment, Ozone Reduction and Pool Inspections. JCDHE is also a Continuing Nursing Education Provider.
Services are provided at three sites: 11875 S. Sunset Drive, Olathe (Health Services Center); 11811 S. Sunset Drive, Olathe (Sunset Building); and 6000 Lamar Ave., Mission (Northeast Office Building).
Department Vision: The innovative leader for community health and environmental protection.
Department Mission: To protect the health and environment, prevent disease and promote wellness for all who live, work and play in Johnson County through exceptional public service.