CCHD is hiring a Registered Sanitarian!

Do you have a bachelor’s degree in the natural or environmental sciences? Are you passionate about creating a healthy, safe environment for the public? Come live and work in beautiful and affordable Cascade County, Montana, as a registered sanitarian or sanitarian-in-training! This would be…

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Have you liked CCHD on Facebook? Stay connected to receive important information about health services in Cascade County, health events, and tips on how to keep you and your family safe and healthy all year long! Click here to go to CCHD Facebook page or…

Find Health Resources Easier

  Residents of Montana have a new way to find and access health programs in communities across Montana. DPHHS has produced a community health program guide to make it easier to find health resources that are available across Montana. The Community Health Program Guide, and…

GYT – Get Yourself Tested

Get yourself tested for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) can ensure that you and the one you love both stay healthy. Sexually Transmitted Diseases According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STDs are a significant health challenge facing the United States. The…

American Heart Month

  During February, the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement and its latest Hispanic movement, Go Red Por Tu Corazon, work to beat heart disease, the number-one killer of women. Each year, cardiovascular diseases claim the lives of nearly half a million…

Be Winter-Wise

Some people love wintertime and others consider is a necessary, but not always pleasant, part of living in our great state. No matter how you feel, winter weather has arrived, and with it come a special assortment of challenges to your health and safety….

Holiday Health

The holidays are a time to celebrate, reflect and spend time with family and friends. Many of the special events and traditions that take place during the holidays also make them a good time to pay special attention to your health and safety. Give…

Keep Your Heart Healthy!

Did You Know? Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women; each year, about 715,000 Americans have a heart attack and 600,000 die from heart disease. Heart disease is responsible for 1 in 4 American deaths each year. The…

Tips for a Healthy Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl is the only football game that some people will watch all year; the camaraderie, the commercials, and the party food make it a special event that many people want to be a part of. Don’t let a Super Bowl party interfere…

Are You Winter-Wise?

Some people love wintertime and others consider is a necessary, but not always pleasant, part of living in our great state. No matter how you feel, winter weather has arrived, and with it come a special assortment of challenges to your health and safety….