Name
Behavioral Health Services

Mental Health concerns and mental health services information.

Provides education to residents, schools, and community-based organizations about the negative impacts associated with alcohol and drug use.

Offers services to youth 12 to 17 years old with a history of substance abuse use.

Naxolone training that reverses an opioid overdose available to residents 18 years or older.

The Behavioral Health Division offers a variety of service and treatment options to promote the emotional and physical well-being of Prince George’s County residents.
Environmental Health

The Disease Control Division helps protect public health by investigating and monitoring infectious diseases and providing educational resources.

The Food Safety, Permits & Inspections ensures that all food service facilities in the county food meet safety and hygiene standards.

The Policy, Permits & Complaints Division provides reliable inspections, evaluations & consultations to preserve air, land & water quality.

The Environmental Health Division promotes and protects the safety of County residents through environmental regulation, inspections, public education, emergency preparedness, and disease control.
Family Health Services

Provides supplemental foods, nutrition counseling, and breastfeeding support for pregnant and postpartum women, infants, and children under the age of five.

Provides reproductive health information, education, and examinations to men and women 12 and up.

Provides routine immunizations to residents ages 2 months to 18 years, with limited or no health insurance.

Provides HIV medical care to residents living with HIV/AIDS disease who are uninsured or underinsured.

Provides dental treatment, oral health education, and early intervention to uninsured residents.

The Family Health Services provide preventive, clinical and outreach health services to Prince George’s County residents.
Health & Wellness

The Assistance in Community Integration Services (ACIS) provides various services for individuals with chronic health conditions, mental illness, and more.

The Chronic Disease Program helps residents with chronic illnesses improve their quality of life with evidence-based strategies.

The Medical Assistance Program provides a wide range of services, such as medical care for residents who qualify.

The Community Health Worker Initiative reaches out to the community and conducts assessments to connect residents with their needed health and social services.

The Division of Health and Wellness is responsible for encouraging behavioral changes that will better the health and longevity of Prince George’s County residents.
Emergency Preparedness

The Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program (PHEP) offers various services to help prepare for a disaster or public health emergency.

Your source for information on how to prepare yourself for emergencies, diseases and weather disasters.