Safe at Home Program
The Safe at Home address confidentiality program can help survivors of many different crimes stay safe by providing a designated address for survivors to use when creating new public records, helping to maintain the privacy of their addresses and ensure an extra level of safety.
The Christian County Health Department is proud to aid potential applicants in joining the program. To learn more about Safe at Home, either visit the program's website or contact the Health Department at 417-581-7285.
The Christian County Health Department participates in a variety of programs with the goal of serving those in our community who need it most. Below is a non-comprehensive list of programs currently offered. If you have any questions, please contact us at 417-581-7285.
Safe Cribs Program
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) Safe Cribs for Missouri Program provides cribs and safe sleep education to low-income families who have no other resources for obtaining a crib. The goal of the program is to support families and reduce the risk of sleep-related infant deaths.
To enroll in the Safe Cribs for Missouri program, you must be a current Missouri resident who is 35 weeks gestation to three months postpartum along with several other qualifications which can be found on the DESE website.
Looking to participate in the Safe Cribs Program? Contact the Health Department today! 417-581-7285
The Christian County Health Department offers fingerprinting for background checks through IdentoGO. To learn more, click here.
Women, Infants and Children
Christian County WIC offers support to mothers and their families below a certain level of income or who are under or uninsured. To learn more about qualifying for WIC and how WIC could benefit your family, click here.