Health Department Directories

Search the resources below to find out who is working to protect the public’s health in your area, including senior health officials, state, local, and territorial health departments, and tribes and Indian organizations.

States & Territories

Health Officials
Find the names, titles, and bios of health officials from the 50 states, 8 territories, and the District of Columbia

Health Department Websites
Find the website of any state or territorial health department.

Cities & Counties

Local Health Departments
Search by state or zip code, or click on the interactive map to find contact information for local health departments

Big Cities Health Inventory

Big Cities Health Inventory

The Big Cities Health Inventory is a standardized data collection hub that provides a “snapshot” of health in 30 of the largest, most urban US cities. Users can compare health indicators across most Big Cities Health Coalition member jurisdictions. Data are collected at the state, county, and city levels, as well as through a number of federally run surveys, such as the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey.

Partner: National Association of County and City Health Officials

State & Territorial Health Department Websites

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Find the website of any state or territorial health department.

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Tribes

Tribes and Indian Organizations
Find the websites of federally recognized tribes, Tribal Epidemiology Centers, Native American Research Centers for Health, and Indian organizations that focus on public health

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Health department governance varies from state to state. In some states, local health departments are led by employees of the state (centralized governance), whereas in other states, local health departments are self-led (decentralized governance). Other states use a mixed or shared approach.

Page last reviewed: September 13, 2022