Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County Main Offices

Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County actively promotes policies, creates systems, and provides services, that enable residents to live a healthy life.

Adult Home Care Program 937-225-4500

• Provides skilled nursing, physical and speech therapy, medical social worker & nutrition services

• Requires a physician order and must be a Montgomery County resident

• Focus on those who are uninsured or under-insured

• Pediatric Physical Therapy Program

• Provides assessments & treatment of infants & toddlers ages 0-36 months at risk for developmental concerns

• Requires a physician order, accepts private insurance, Medicaid Managed Care, and Early Intervention System of Payment

• Coordinates care with other providers contracted thru Help Me Grow/Brighter Futures

Baby & Me Tobacco Free 937-496-3376

• Free smoking cessation program for pregnant women

• Open to current smokers or those who quit smoking within three months of becoming pregnant

• Diaper vouchers given to those that successfully participate in the program

CarePoint Syringe Services 937-496-7133

• Syringe exchange

• Referrals for substance abuse treatment and other health & social services

• Condom distribution

• Assistance with Medicaid sign-up

Children with Special Healthcare Needs (CMH) 937-225-6459

• Public Health Nurse services for families with children who have special health care needs from birth to age 21

• Help finding and applying for services needed for your child, community resources, and health education

Chronic Disease Home Visiting Program 937-225-5700

• Provides one-on-one education and coaching for those living with a chronic disease, in the comfort of the participant’s home

• Focuses on informing individuals how to improve current chronic diseases, prevent the onset of future diseases, and manage their conditions long term.

• Must be 18 or older

Community Health Outreach 937-225-5700

• Health screenings, education, and referrals

• Identify chronic health problems and provide referrals

• Assistance with Medicaid sign-up

Diabetes Programs 937-225-5878

• Provides the tools needed to successfully control diabetes and prevent complications

• Offers a prevention program for those at risk for type 2 diabetes

• Must be 18 or older

Environmental Services 937-225-4362

• Bed Bug education

• Complaints about unsanitary conditions in restaurants and grocery stores

• Report dog bites

HIV/AIDS Prevention 937-496-7133

• Free anonymous or confidential HIV testing, linkage to HIV care

• Free pregnancy testing and free rapid Hepatitis C testing

• Partner notification

• Educational interventions

• Mobile testing and referral

• Distribution of safer sex and bleach kits

LGBTQ+ Health Initiatives 937-224-3727

• Increase access to and education regarding LGBTQ+ health services

• Cultural competence training

• Health promotion

Moms & Babies First Program 937-496-7718

• Home visits by certified community health workers for pregnant women in ethnic communities

• Provides supportive & caring information/education on infant health and care through age one

• Offers a Fatherhood component to engage the father through the pregnancy and beyond

• Must be a Montgomery County resident

Public Health Clinic 937-225-4550

• Vaccines for infants, children, teens, adults and international travelers

• Sexually transmitted disease, HIV, Hep C, and pregnancy testing

• Tuberculosis (TB) screening and treatment

• Medical Exams for Immigrants/Refugees

Recovery Services 937-461-5223

• Addiction Treatment and Recovery Services including Medication Assisted Treatment

• Problem Gambling Treatment, Outreach, Prevention & Intervention Services

• Medicaid or Self-pay only. Payment assistance may be available based on sliding fee scale

Tobacco Cessation and Prevention 937-225-4398

• Free Tobacco Cessation provided by a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist

• Participants receive a free one-month supply of patches

• Must be a Montgomery County resident

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) 937-225-4491

• Nutrition education including breastfeeding promotion and support

• Nutritious foods to supplement diets

• Referrals to other health/social services

• Offered to income-eligible pregnant women, postpartum and breastfeeding women, infants and children up to age 5

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Address

117 S Main St

Dayton, OH 45422

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Hours

Closed   • Closed

Monday

8:00am - 4:30pm

Tuesday

8:00am - 4:30pm

Wednesday

8:00am - 4:30pm

Thursday

8:00am - 4:30pm

Friday

8:00am - 4:30pm

Saturday

Closed

Sunday

Closed

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Services

Payment Options

Free, Medicaid, Medicare, Self-Pay

Insurance Providers

Buckeye Health Plan, CareSource, Molina

Populations Served

Armed Forces & Veterans, Families, LGBTQ+ Community

Age Ranges

Children (0-12), Teens (13-18), Adults (19-64), Older Adults (65+)

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Last Updated 03/04/24
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