The work of the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) program is to strengthen the Columbiana County community’s ability to prepare and respond to public health emergencies.
A federal grant administered through the Ohio Department of Health, to coordinate and better prepare various county agencies in the event of bio-terrorism or other public health emergency.
About CCHD Public Health Emergency Preparedness
The work of the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) program is to strengthen the Columbiana County community’s ability to prepare and respond to public health emergencies. We do this by working with other agencies, developing and practicing plans of action, monitoring and responding to unusual occurrences of diseases, training staff to be prepared to take action to protect the health and safety of the residents of Columbiana County and providing information on how to prepare and respond to an emergency.
Who is the PHEP Program For?
The PHEP program works internally with all the programs of the Columbiana County Health District, with other public health agencies, hospitals, emergency management agencies, private health care providers, fire departments, law enforcement, and other community agencies.
CCGHD makes certain plans and guidelines available for public review. If you would like to view or comment on these plans please contact the Public Health Emergency Preparedness office at 330-424-0272 ext 118.
- Federal Emergency Management Agency Plan Prepare and Mitigate
- Ohio Department of Health
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Ohio Emergency Management Agency
- Medical Reserve Corps
- Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness Response
- Build a Disaster Supply Kit — Ready.Gov