The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department works as part of a larger public health system to protect and enhance the health of everyone who lives, learns, works, or plays in Lucas County.

The Health Department serves as a key local resource for community partners and stakeholders who are seeking methods and information about engaging county constituents.

The following resources were compiled to assist community stakeholders as they work to engage target populations, assess programmatic and organizational goals, and prioritize their efforts for the greatest impact on the health of all Lucas County residents.

*Original resource list and descriptions adapted with permission from the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Services.

Are you interested in getting involved?

The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department supports and leads multiple community coalitions. Below is a list of TLCHD-led groups, the issues they address, and the populations they serve. Please reach out to the listed contacts if you would like to participate and make a positive impact!

Resource Suggestions & Feedback

If there is a resource you feel should be housed on this page, or find one of the listed resource links no longer works as described, please complete the brief form below.

Suggestions will be evaluated and added as appropriate.

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  • Please provide a brief description and any relevant web-links for evaluation.

Page updated April 29, 2024.

Other Resources

Public Health Collaboration
Student Experiences
Speakers Bureau


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