Follow the 5 D’s to prevent West Nile Virus in Montana

  First West Nile Virus Positive Mosquito Pool Detected in Cascade County The Cascade County Weed & Mosquito Division has detected three West Nile Virus (WNV) positive mosquito pools in 2017. A WNV positive sample was collected in the Gerber area, in the Vaughn area, and…

Save the Date: Fall Flu Shot Clinics

Prevent the Flu! Get your flu shot from the Immunization Experts during the Annual Community Walk In Flu Shot Clinic! No Cost with most insurances. $30 for all other forms of payment. Don’t forget to bring your insurance card! High-Dose Vaccine will be available…

Back to School Immunizations & Sports Physicals

Keep Kids Strong the Whole Year Long Immunizations and Sports Physicals in One Stop! Cascade City-County Health Department (CCHD), Great Falls Clinic, Benefis Health System, Blue Cross Blue Shield Care Van and Great Falls Public Schools are working together to make it as convenient…

National HIV Testing Day Tuesday June 27th

115 4th Street South Great Falls, Montana 59401 (406) 454-6950 National HIV Testing Day Tuesday June 27th To celebrate National HIV Testing Day, the Cascade City-County Health Department (CCHD) will be holding a free onsite HIV testing event on Tuesday, June 27th from 1pm-6pm….

Steps to Manage Stress

 Financial, emotional and physical stress can wreak havoc on your body.  Take the steps to manage stress by following CDC’s tips for self-care. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides the following information to help individuals cope with stress. Strong emotions like fear, sadness,…

Spring Cleaning Critter Prevention

Hantavirus, Rabies and tick-borne illnesses are all diseases that see a rise in the springtime due to the increased movement of animals, people and interaction between the two. The good news is that these illnesses are preventable. CCHD encourages people to review the information…

Clean Indoor Air Act Reporting

  Thanks to the Clean Indoor Air Act, Montana residents get to breathe easier. All enclosed public places and workplaces are required to be smoke free. If you see a Clean Indoor Air Act violation please report it online or call 761-9892 to speak with a…

New Circle of Security Classes Announced

World AIDS Day

December 1 is World AIDS Day and the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) and the Cascade City County Health Department are using the commemorative event as an opportunity to increase awareness about who may be at risk, and to decrease…

Maintain- Don’t Gain!

The holiday season is here! It is estimated that adults gain 1 pound during the time between Thanksgiving and New Years and adults who are already overweight or obese gain an average of 5 pounds during that time. However, the average adult never loses that…