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|Healthy Montana Families
Professional, trained parent educators partner with parents and/or parents-to-be to meet the needs and goals of the family, connect the family to community resources, and promote the physical and emotional health of the child and family.
The Flathead City-County Health Department provides immunizations for all ages. Immunizations are currently available by appointment only on the following days:
Monday and Friday 9:00-12:00 and 1:30 to 4:00pm
Thursday 1:00-4:30 pm
*Please note that appointments for TB Tests will only be available on Mondays and Fridays.
Meet with one of our travel nurses for a specialized travel consultation before you on your trip outside of the United States. Depending on your destination, you may need vaccinations to help protect you from food, waterborne, and insect-borne diseases that are common in certain countries.
Some of the vaccinations provided include:
Please bring a copy of your travel itinerary to your appointment so that the nurse can help determine which vaccines you should receive.
|Montana Asthma Program
The Montana Asthma Program (MAP) provides free services to help children, adults, and their families learn how to better manage asthma in their daily lives.
|Tobacco Use Prevention
As a contractor of the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program, Flathead City-County Health Department’s approach toward tobacco use prevention includes the following:
|Alive at 25
Preventing death among teen drivers and young adults is the mission of Alive at 25. This highly interactive course encourages drivers between the ages of 14 and 24 to take responsibility for their own driving behavior.
Alive at 25 was adopted by Montana in January 2009. The program has proven effective at reducing young driver crashes, injuries, and fatalities.
|Alcohol Sales Service Training
Responsible alcohol sales and service training are mandatory in the state of Montana. Liquor license holders must ensure that all employees who serve or sell alcohol, their immediate supervisor, and the licensee if they serve or sell themselves, are trained through a state-approved training provider.
|Bicycle Bike Helmets for Children
The Health Department currently has a limited number of bicycle helmets available on a donation basis for children 12 and under.
Flathead County is accepting applications for the following positions. Applications submitted for a position are received and reviewed by the corresponding department on a weekly basis. Timely submission of applications is encouraged for consideration. Job postings may close at any time without notice.
|Snow and Ice Removal
From October 1st through March 31st, County roads are cleared of snow and ice. We DO NOT utilize a "Bare Pavement" removal process.
|Road and Bridge
Communicable diseases are transmitted from one person to another through a variety of ways including direct contact, contact with a bodily fluid or blood, or indirectly by a vector (i.e. tick or mosquito). The Communicable Disease Program works to prevent, identify, and limit the spread of these diseases.
Registering to vote in Flathead County is simple and quick.
For regular registration, your voter registration form must be postmarked or received by the Election Department at least 30 days before the election.
For late registration (anytime after the close of regular registration, until 12:00 noon the day before Election Day), you must appear in person at the Election Department up to and including election day, fill out a voter registration card, and vote a ballot that you receive from the election office staff.
|Absentee Voter Registration
In order to receive an absentee ballot, a voter must apply through the Flathead County Election Department. A voter may request a ballot for just the upcoming current election by completing an Application for Absentee Ballot and receive ballots for all elections during the current calendar year.
The application must be made by noon the day before the election.
|Adopt a Pet
FCAS schedules adoptable pet showings by appointment only. Please call (406) 752-1310 to schedule a showing.
|Local Emergency Planning Committee
Page Last Updated: Dec 15, 2022