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**You will no longer receive a phone call from a State Case Investigator regarding your positive test result. The below Isolation and Quarantine orders are New York State approved and can be used for work or school.**

CLICK ON THE LINK(S) FOR THE SELF-ATTESTATION FORM(S) YOU NEED:

I need an ISOLATION order

(you tested positive)

I need a QUARANTINE order

(you were exposed to a positive)

I need to submit a HOME-TEST

For More Information on Specific Quarantine & Isolation Dates/Guidance Click Here


COVID-19 Daily Update


St. Lawrence County Public Health has openings for a Community Health Nurse and Public Health Nurse.

For More Information On How To Apply, Go To:

St. Lawrence County Job Postings


rabies

For Information Regarding Substance Use, Please Visit:

St. Lawrence County Partners for Overdose Prevention


Press Releases:

5/23/2022: Influenza Surveillance Extended - Until Cases Decrease 

5/19/2022: Tips for Dealing with Ticks

5/6/2022: Well Water Safety Tips

4/28/2022: NYSDOH Ending COVID-19 Case Investigating Program Thursday, April 28th

4/27/2022: National DEA Medication Take Back Day

4/01/2022: National Public Health Week April 4 - 10

3/31/2022: What to Do If You Find A Syringe in Public

3/23/2022: Protect your Home from Mold

3/18/2022: Local Early Intervention Coordinating Council (LEICC) Meeting - April 5th 

3/11/2022: Public Health Officials Call for Increased Funding for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention

3/10/2022: March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

2/14/2022: February is Heart Disease Awareness Month

1/21/2022: St. Lawrence County Public Health Updates COVID-19 Contact Tracing Process


Quarterly Newsletters

**Archived Newsletters**


Annual Report  

The St. Lawrence County Public Health Department's 2021 Annual Report can be found here 


Mission Statement

To ensure the health, safety and quality of life for all St. Lawrence County residents. The department is dedicated to protecting the health of our community by:

  • Controlling the spread of disease;
  • Promoting healthy choices;
  • Providing timely health information;
  • Promoting the health and development of infants and children;
  • Plan for and help to mitigate any public health emergency. 

The department’s philosophy is that prevention is better than a cure, healthy families need healthy environments, safety first must be a way of life, and that people must be empowered to take care of themselves.


 The St. Lawrence County Public Health Department has been serving the county since 1936. We offer a wide variety of health services and programs to county residents, geared toward improving both individual health and well being; and that of the community.