CDC-INFO is CDC's national contact center, delivering health information to consumers, providers, and professionals calling or e-mailing on different disease prevention and health promotion topics. CDC-INFO also provides customer feedback and data to CDC and CDC programs to inform strategic planning and agency activities. CDC-INFO representatives are available at 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636) or www.cdc.gov and click on “Contact CDC-INFO” to answer your questions in English and Spanish. We provide up-to-date information about hundreds of health and safety topics such as:
- Data and Statistics
- Diseases and Conditions
- Emergencies and Disasters
- Environmental Health
- Healthy Living
- Injury, Violence and Safety
- Life Stages and Populations
- Travelers' Health
- Workplace Safety and Health
- And more
What is CDC-INFO?
Launched in 2005, the CDC National Contact Center (1-800-CDC-INFO or Contact CDC-INFO ) provides a trusted source of health information on a wide variety of disease prevention and health promotion topics to the general public, healthcare providers, and partners. CDC-INFO services are easily accessible by telephone or email in English, Spanish, and TTY. CDC-INFO also provides critical health information to vulnerable populations, including those without access to CDC's internet resources or those with low health literacy.
- Contact Center Operations
- CDC Publications Ordering
- Evaluation of CDC-INFO Services
What impact does CDC-INFO have?
By responding to your questions, CDC-INFO provides information and education. In many instances, the information provided has helped people make behavior changes which lead to healthier individuals and communities.
Who is CDC-INFO designed for?
CDC-INFO provides health and safety information to:
- Individuals interested in health issues
- Public Health Professionals
- Healthcare Providers
- Researchers and Scientists
- Policy Makers
- Students and Educators
- Page last reviewed: November 14, 2012
- Page last updated: November 14, 2012
- Content source:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Division of News and Electronic Media