Does the County provide HIV Testing?
Yes, we offer anonymous and confidential HIV testing and counseling at Department of Health and Human Services for people most at risk of HIV infection. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. The following behaviors increase a person's risk for getting HIV:
- Sharing needles and/or drug works
- If male, having sex with other men
- Exchanging sex for money or drugs
- Having sex, whether you are male or female, with someone who has done any of the above
- Having sex with 6 or more different people in the past year.
For more information about the test, call 565-2612 or visit our HIV web page. If you are calling from the west end (Forks, Clallam Bay, etc.), dial 374-5324 and ask for extension 2612.
When and where can I get shots against Hepatitis A & B, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, and other diseases?
Where can I get emergency medical help if I don't have health insurance?
How do I get my Birth Certificate?
How do I get a Food Worker's Card?
Food Worker Cards are available online via the Washington State Department of Health. They can be printed or replaced at the Clallam County Courthouse, Environment Health Services, first floor. For more information, call 417-2258.
How do I get drinking water tested?
The current Water Testing drop off schedule is available online. For more information you may call Clallam County Environmental Health Services at 417-2258 for Port Angeles and the east end of the county. In Forks and the west end of the county, call Clallam County Environmental Health Services at 374-3121.
How do I become certified to inspect my own septic system?
What can I do about garbage, sewage, animals, etc.?