Welcome to the Health Department
OCTOBER Employee of the Month:
Chris McFarland, Substance Use Disorder Counselor, is recognized for his team work and going above and beyond in support of clients.
Question: What makes you want to come to work every day?
Making a difference in my community is what brings me to work everyday.
The Benton County Public Health Administration supervised by Mitch Anderson and Charlie Fautin and Healthy Communities led by Tatiana Dierwetcher has permanently moved to 4077 SW Research Way, Corvallis OR 97333.
Public Health Programs that provide direct services to clients (WIC, Family Planning, and Nurse Home Visiting) remain located at the Health Services Building, 530 NW 27th Street, Corvallis OR 97330.
Health Services Vision
Engaged communities and blended services achieving better health.
Health Services Mission
We protect and improve the underserved individuals and our community
Alerts and Critical Health Information
The Health of Benton County
Community Health Assessments and Improvement Plans
Benton County Public Health conducts a series of health assessments and improvement plans to address the health needs of the community.
The 2017 Benton County Community Health Assessment (CHA) displays a wide range of data about health indicators and factors that influence health. This data will inform the development of the 2018 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).
The 2015 Regional Health Assessment (RHA) focuses on the health of the region that includes Linn, Benton, and Lincoln Counties. The counties work together on many health initiatives, and this document is part of their data-informed approach to that work.
The 2013 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) shows the current goals and objectives for improving the health of Benton County. This will be updated in 2018.
The 2012 Community Health Assessment (CHA) is the 2012 CHA. For the most up-to-date information, please view the 2017 CHA.