The Van Wert County Health Department is a Combined Health District that proudly serves the residents of Van Wert City and Van Wert County, Ohio. Our primary functions are to prevent epidemics and the spread of disease, protect against environmental hazards, prevent injuries, promote and encourage healthy behaviors, respond to disasters and assist our community in recovery, and assure the quality and accessibility of health services. We encourage you to visit the various areas of our website to learn about the many resources we provide to our community.
• Emergency Preparedness
• Food Inspections / Licensing
• Household Sewage Treatment and more!
To prevent food borne illness and protect public health, it is required to license and inspect all Food Service Operations (FSOs) and Retail Food Establishments (RFEs) including restaurants, grocery stores, food booths at the fair, carry-outs, and vending locations.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
- COVID-19 update, Oct. 13, 2022 October 13, 2022
- Work for us, job opening for Help Me Grow Home Visitor/supervisor September 30, 2022
- Updated COVID-19 boosters available September 13, 2022
- VWCGHD seeks full-time Health Commissioner August 19, 2022
- Coloring contest underway August 8, 2022
- Did You Know? February 3, 2023 February 3, 2023"Did You Know?" is a weekly feature from the Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support to inform your prevention activities. We invite you to read, share, and take action!
- Did You Know? December 16, 2022 December 16, 2022An infographic titled Did You Know? Text says: CDC's Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) is recruiting associates beginning January 18! PHAP strengthens the front lines of public health and supports the growth of future public health professionals. 80% of PHAP graduates accepted public health jobs in 2021. Recent college graduates interested in a career in […]
- Did You Know? November 18, 2022 November 18, 2022An infographic titled Did You Know? Text says: The Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) recommends school-based anti-bullying interventions to reduce bullying experiences and improve student mental health. When interventions are implemented in schools, students report fewer episodes of bullying perpetration, bullying victimization, and mental health symptoms such as anxiety and depression. Learn more about […]