Health & Social Services
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The Mission of Cochise Health & Social Services is to foster an exceptional quality of life by advocating for a community-centered culture of health through unparalleled public health service.
The Health and Social Services Department is made up of the seven divisions listed below. To get to any of the programs listed click on the link to the left.
- Prevention Services
- Tobacco Education / Youth Health Coalition
- Teen Pregnancy Prevention
- Health Policy Initiative
- Chronic Disease Education
- Opioid Prevention
- Clinical Services
- Child Care Consulting
- Sexually Transmitted diseases
- Lactation Consulting
- Well Women Health Care
- Environmental Health
- Food establishments
- Public Health Emergency Preparedness
- Public Health Accreditation
- Public Fiduciary
- AAA Case Management
- Vital Records
- Title 36
- Indigent Burial
- Medical Examiner
- At Risk Registration
- Cochise County Resource Guide
- Community Health Assessment & Improvement Plan
- Online Resources
The Cochise County At Risk Registration Program serves as a way to capture the needs of our community. This program is designed for anyone who may need assistance during an emergency evacuation or for anyone who would require special medical considerations during an emergency. Once registered, first responders will be better equipped to assist you during these events.
Connecting Our Communities, the Cochise and eastern Santa Cruz County Resource Guide is sponsored by the Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona and contains information on a variety of services and programs offered by agencies in Cochise and eastern Santa Cruz counties to assist and serve our growing populations.
Connecting Our Communities begins with emergency and hotline information, followed by the Table of Contents and the first two sections containing government and non-government agencies providing services countywide. Section 3 through 9 contains community resources and Sections 10 through 16 are intended to assist agencies and their staff in providing services and outreach within these communities.
An electronic version of the Resource Guide in a PDF format can be found on the Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona website. You can navigate the resource guide via the table of contents by clicking on any page listing or when you enter the document, right-click anywhere on the page, select the Show Navigation Pane Button located at the bottom of the drop-down menu, and then click on the icon that looks like two pages (Page Thumbnails) located on the upper left corner of your screen
The development of this guide would not have been possible without the partnerships of and collaboration with many governments and community agencies. Thank you to all who have contributed and assisted in keeping information current. This is a living document, so please continue to provide current information on your agency and on resources and information that have not yet been included. To update or add your agency information to the Resource Guide, please email Susan Richards.
View the Community Health Assessment and Improvement plan documents and coalition committee minutes.