To help you understand what vaccines you (those 11 years and older) might need, you can complete the Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz online. Then print your results and discuss them with your doctor or health care professional next time you make an office visit.
Take the quiz!
Our Phone number remains the same: 269-621-3143
If you get a call from our Health Department (269-621-3143 or 269-782-0064) or MI COVID HELP (866-806-3447), keep your family and friends safe by answering the call.
VBCDHD has created a quarantine quiz to answer your questions on COVID-19 quarantine and isolation. This quiz can be used for parents, school-aged children, or anyone that has been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19.
4-25-2022 Press Release: Michigan Families urged to get children caught up on vaccines in recognition of National Infant Immunization Week
9/9/2021 MDHHS launches online access to immunization records for Michiganders ages 18 and older click HERE for more information.
We’re proud to partner with @IVaccinate to help keep Michigan’s kids safe and healthy. Learn more at www.IVaccinate.org.
FREE Children's Hearing & Vision Screening clinics
Has your child had their hearing & vision checked?
Your Child’s Hearing & Vision Impacts Their Success in School
- An undiagnosed hearing problem may impact your child’s ability to pay attention or follow directions
- An undiagnosed vision problem may affect your child’s ability to read and learn
Your VanBuren-Cass District Health Department has scheduled FREE in office Hearing & Vision Screening clinics for Preschool and Kindergarten.
Call the Health Department to schedule an appointment for a FREE in office Hearing & Vision screening.
Van Buren County: contact technician Anna McCoy at 269-621-3143 ext 1327
Cass County: contact technician Amy Wagoner at 269-782-0064 ext 2012
Each year 1 in 6 Americans get sick from foodborne illness. Learn more about keeping your families food safe.
Food is an important part of the holiday season, but holiday meals can take a turn for the worse if food safety isn’t on your menu. To help keep you and your loved ones safe from foodborne diseases, follow the four basic steps of food safety—Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill—now and throughout the year.
VBCDHD Release 03/16/2022 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) Found in Backyard Flock in Kalamazoo County Take proper precautions to protect your poultry flocks