Monona County Public Health

Mission Statement
To provide quality healthcare, promote a safe environment, and partner with the citizens of Monona County to improve healthy lifestyles.


                   The 10 Essential 
               Public Health Services

Public Health Contacts:

Monona County Public Health
Kristin Schmidt (Andre) - Administrator
Danelle Riley - Lead Inspector & Financial Manager
Jessica Stangel, BSN - Public Health Nurse and
                                       Family Planning Program Manager

Sara Gualazzi - Learning for Life Program Parent Educator
Lynne Smith - Public Health Emergency Preparedness    
                       Manager

610 Iowa Avenue
Onawa, IA. 51040
Phone: 712-433-1773
Fax:  712-433-9502
Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Monona County Environmental Health
Sandy Bubke - Environmental and Zoning Manager

610 Iowa Avenue
Onawa, IA. 51040
Office Phone:  712-433-3400
Cell:  712-431-6879
Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM


Monona County Public Health Immunization Clinics are now by appointment only!


If you are a patient of Family Medicine Clinic in Onawa or Burgess Family Clinic in Mapleton, your child gets to go to the doctor for immunizations now since these clinics are also VFC (Vaccines for Children) providers like we are.  This means that if your child is on Medicaid, has no insurance, or has insurance that does not pay for vaccines you can make an appointment at these doctor's offices for immunizations, well-child exams, lead tests, etc. and get everything done at the same visit.

If you are not a patient of Family Medicine Clinic or Burgess Family Clinic, you are welcome at our immunization/lead screening clinics.  Please call 712-433-1773 to set up an appointment.




5 IMPORTANT REASONS TO VACCINATE YOUR CHILD:
(1)  Immunizations can save your child's life.
(2)  Vaccination is very safe and effective.
(3)  Immunization protects others you care about.
(4)  Immunizations can save your family time and
      money.
(5)  Immunization protects future generations.

Emergency Preparedness Kit

In an emergency, seconds count. Work with your family today to prepare an emergency preparedness kit. Click here for a list of items to include in your kit.
 


Commit to a Healthier Lifestyle!
 

 

Physical Activity & Exercise: 

   How Much Exercise Do You Need?  
   
Move to Improve Arthritis 
   
Growing Stronger - Strength Training for Older 
                               
Adults  
   
Physical Activity for a Healthy Weight 
   
BAM - Body and Mind for Kids age 9-13    

Nutrition:
   
Nutrition for Everyone
  
   
Fruits & Veggies Matter   
   
Breastfeeding    
   
Healthy Weight - It's Not a Diet, It's a Lifestyle 
   
Nutrition & Health of Young People
   
   
Tips for Parents  

Healthy Aging: (John Hopkins Medicine)  
   It's Never Too Late - 5 Healthy Steps at Any Age  
   Healthy Body  
   Healthy Mind  
   Healthy Connections  
   Caregiver Resources  
   Diseases and Conditions  
   A Guide For Caregivers                                  

Other Important Links

Burgess Health Center
  

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


Child Abuse Hotline:  1-800-362-2178
       

Council on Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence  -
    (Serving Woodbury, Monona and Plymouth Counties)

Dependent Adult Abuse:  1-800-362-2178
  

Iowa Concern Hotline: 1-800-447-1985 for free,
 
       confidential telephone counseling that is available 24/7 

Iowa Department of Public Health
    

Iowa State University Extension Service - Monona
   County 

Iowa WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Program 

Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222 
 


Smoking & Tobacco Cessation:           
   Quitline Iowa 1-800-QUIT Now (1-800-784-8669)  

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention:
   A Guide to Action for Families to Prevent and Reduce  
       Underage Drinking - Surgeon General  
    Substance Abuse: Alcohol, Tobacco & Drugs  
    National Institute on Drug Abuse 

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