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Services

The DEHS Staff

  • Provide direct services and technical assistance to tribes
  • Collects data for action at the community level
  • Identify and control risk factors that affect the health of the community
  • Fund and evaluate local environmental health (EH) projects and interventions
  • Advocate at the federal and regional levels
  • Build the capacity of tribes to manage their own EH programs

  • Food Safety
  • Head Starts
  • Utility O&M
  • Casinos
  • Rabies Clinics
  • Water Fluoridation
  • Detention Centers
  • SARA III/SDS
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Injury Prevention
  • Accreditation Support
  • Hazard Investigation
  • Risk Assessment
  • Disease & Injury Surveillance
  • Communicable Disease Investigation
  • Emergency Response
  • Code Development
  • Epidemiology
  • Coalition Development
  • Training
  • Project Development
  • Advocacy
  • Marketing
  • Evaluation
  • Tribal Capacity Building Grants
  • IP Specialist Fellowship
  • Road Hazard Reduction
  • MV Occupant Protection
  • DUI Prevention
  • Assault & Violence
  • PFD & Drowning
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Falls
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Housing Hazards
  • Health Care Accreditation
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Environmental Infection Control
  • Occupational Safety
  • Security Management
  • Radiation Protection
  • Environmental Compliance

Environmental health staff can receive advanced training in two specialty areas: Injury Prevention and Institutional Environmental Health.