Jones County Public Health works to promote and protect the health of individuals, families, and the community through programs and partnerships.
We work closely with local agencies and organizations throughout the county to help ensure access to services and establish new programs based on the community's needs. We also provide education to the public about a variety of topics, as well as prompt follow-up to communicable disease outbreaks.
For information on resources and programs, visit our pages under the Public Health tab in the navigation bar to the left.
**Jones County Environmental Health has grant funds available to provide free well water testing to Jones County residents! Call 319-462-4715 to schedule your test today!**
Resources & Links
Jones County Human Services Resource Directory
Comprehensive listing of a variety of resources available in Jones County. Updated annually.
The Donated Dental Services (DDS) program provides free, comprehensive dental treatment to people with disabilities or who are elderly or medically fragile.
Engaging Jones County communities in efforts to reduce substance abuse by creating and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for youth and adults.
Provide a variety of clinical services, including immunizations, and exams and testing for sexually transmitted infections (STI) and HIV.
Provide support and resources for children, youth, and families. Office at Strawberry Hill Elementary, 319-462-5318
WIC Clinics are provided by the Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (HACAP) in Anamosa and Monticello on Tuesdays. Call 319-550-6311 to schedule an appointment.