Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
For health related questions, please call the Minnesota Department of Health at 651-201-3920.
For questions related to school and childcare, please call the State of Minnesota at 651-297-1304.
For the latest information about COVID-19 in Chisago County, visit @ChisagoCountyPublicHealth on Facebook or click on the press releases below:
A Press Release dealing with the updated information on coronavirus in Chisago County.
A Press Release dealing with the 2nd confirmed case of the coronavirus.
A Press Release dealing with the 1st confirmed case of the coronavirus.
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|Promotes a safe environment, prevents disease, protects and enhances the health or our community.|
|We work in partnership to make a difference for the people in Chisago County communities with a commitment to excellence.|
|Team Work * Trust * Honesty * Respect * Integrity * Stewardship|
Who we are
The Chisago County Public Health Division Opens a New Window. is located in the Health and Human Services Building in North Branch, MN. Our division is currently made up of 20 staff members. Public Health serves all of Chisago County, whether that be through our community health work, or individual clients. There are many programs that Public Health has to offer the community such as, Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Maternal and Child Health (MCH), Child and Teen Check-up (C& TC), Follow-along, Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP), Emergency Preparedness, and Immunization Services. The Public Health Division is responsible for protecting the public from health threats, educating about health issues, providing health solutions, and advancing community health. We strive to be a leader in improving the overall health and well-being of our community.
Chisago County Public Health is guided by the Ten Essential Public Health Services. These Ten Essential Public Health Services are applied to the role of public health structures nationally, as well as through state, local, and tribal public health governance.
The Local Public Health Act outlines the shared public health responsibilities of the state and local governments in Minnesota and
- Establishes accountability for funding on statewide initiatives
- Provides guidelines for assessment and planning
- Requires documented progress toward the achievement of statewide goals
- Assigns oversight of the statewide system to the commissioner of health