EHS-Net Partners

In fiscal year 2020, CDC awarded $1.54 million to four state and four local health departments.

EHS-Net Partners Map

2020-2025 Partners*
  • Franklin County, Ohio (Franklin County Public Health)
  • Harris County, Texas (Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services)
  • Minnesota (Minnesota State Department of Health)
  • New York (New York State Department of Health)
  • New York City (Fund for Public Health / New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene)
  • Rhode Island (Rhode Island Department of Health)
  • Southern Nevada (Southern Nevada Health District)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee State Department of Health)

EHS-Net Federal Partners

EHS-Net links environmental health specialists from state and local agencies with federal partners, including CDC, the Food and Drug Administration (Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutritionexternal icon), and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.external icon

2015-2020 Partners
  • California (California Department of Public Health)
  • Harris County, Texas (Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services)
  • Minnesota (Minnesota State Department of Health)
  • New York (New York State Department of Health)
  • New York City (Fund for Public Health / New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene)
  • Rhode Island (Rhode Island Department of Health)
  • Southern Nevada (Southern Nevada Health District)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee State Department of Health)
2010-2015 Partners
  • California (California Department of Public Health)
  • Minnesota (Minnesota State Department of Health)
  • New York (New York State Department of Health)
  • New York City (Fund for Public Health / New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene)
  • Rhode Island (Rhode Island Department of Health)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee State Department of Health)
2010-2015 Partners
  • Cerro Gordo, Iowa (Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health)
  • New York (New York State Department of Health)
  • San Mateo, California (County of San Mateo Health Services Agency)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee State Department of Health)
2005-2010 Partners
  • California (California Department of Public Health)
  • Connecticut (State of Connecticut Department of Public Health)
  • Georgia (Georgia Department of Public Health)
  • Iowa (Iowa Department of Public Health)
  • Minnesota (Minnesota Department of Health)
  • New York (New York State Department of Health)
  • Oregon (Oregon Public Health Authority)
  • Rhode Island (Rhode Island Department of Health)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee Department of Health)
2000-2004 Partners
  • California (California Department of Public Health)
  • Colorado (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment)
  • Connecticut (State of Connecticut Department of Public Health)
  • Georgia (Georgia Department of Public Health)
  • Minnesota (Minnesota Department of Health)
  • New York (New York State Department of Health)
  • Oregon (Oregon Public Health Authority)
  • Tennessee (Tennessee Department of Health)

*2020-2025 funding is provided through Environmental Health Specialists Network (EHS-Net) – Practice based research to improve food safety (RFA-EH-20-001).