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Plumas County Public Health Agency - Mission Statement, Goals & Functions
Andrew Woodruff
Acting Director

270 County Hospital Rd.
Suite 206
Quincy, CA  95971

24 hour, 7 days a week contact:
Phone: (530) 283-6330
(800) 801-6330
Fax: (530) 283-6425

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Plumas County Public Health Agency Mission Statement:

To promote individual and community health through effective, and respectful services, planning and policy.

To develop collaborative relationships that strengthen and empower the community, enhance the quality of life and safeguard the environment.

County of Plumas Public Service Philosophy
To provide effective and efficient service, delivered with integrity, fairness and pride.

The goal of Plumas County Public Health Agency (PCPHA) is to promote individual and community wellness through confidential and respectful services, health education, prevention, and outreach. This includes developing collaborative relationships that strengthen and empower the community to improve overall health status.

What is Public Health?
Public health is a part of our everyday lives, from the water we drink and air we breathe, to the laws that protect us from injury and vaccines that help us stay healthy.


What is our priority?

Our goal is to make Plumas County a healthier community. We envision a place where everyone has access to health care and preventative services, where we’re celebrated for embracing healthy lifestyles and where our communities and neighborhoods make it easy for us to make healthy choices. We can achieve this goal through positive changes, at the individual, school, workplace, and community level. The only way to become a healthier nation is to create healthier communities.

Communities are not just residents who live together in the same neighborhood. Communities are groups of people who work together for a common good. Some communities plant gardens to create food security and recreational opportunities, while others work to ensure their homes are lead-free. Some communities work to ensure members have access to health care services that focus on both treatment and prevention, and others advocate for safe roads and recycling programs. Everyone in our communities, including agencies, community organization partners, emergency services personnel and the general public, has a role to play in improving public health.

Strong, healthy communities also depend on the health of our families. Public health affects all of our families, across all generations. This includes family planning, prenatal care, access to health care, access to healthy and nutritious foods, and even at-home visits.

How Can We Create a Healthier Plumas County?
We can reach our goal if we start small, think big. If every one of us commits to promoting good health in our communities, we can create a ripple effect.

Start small: Make just one positive health change today. Make another positive change tomorrow and the next day. Before you know it, you’ll have made significant progress toward a healthier you and a healthier community. Other ideas:
• Choose fruits and vegetables instead of sugary sweets at the grocery store.
• Take the stairs
• Plant a fruit tree in your neighborhood or backyard.
• Quit smoking or using other tobacco products.
• Post the A Healthier America video to your Facebook page, your blog or Twitter account and share your personal health story with your friends.

Think big: You have the power to make positive health changes in your community. Think about what your community needs most — better running trails, public transportation options, more recycling centers — and brainstorm solutions with the Plumas County Public Health Agency. Tell us and others about your ideas and take action. Let your elected officials know why public health is important and why they should support public health programs.

Community Health Assessment / Community Health Improvement Plan
CHA/CHIP Project

Plumas County Public Health Strategic Plan 2016-2021
Strategic Plan

20,000 Lives, Living Well - A local movement to improve the lives of Plumas County's residents.
20,000 Lives 

The Future of Health Care in Plumas County 2017
Part 1 - Speakers T Abraham and Peggy Wheeler

Part 2 - Speaker Mimi Hall

Part 3 - Q & A

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