At Carson Tahoe we believe that a person's health is their greatest possession and our purpose is to "to enhance the health and well-being of the communities we serve." As such, we're pleased to be partnering with local organizations who share our commitment to promote health literacy community-wide. Through a variety of resources designed to support the unique needs of our area residents, we are all dedicated to ensuring the Northern Nevada region is a healthy place to live, work, and play.
We encourage everyone to take charge of their health by exploring the following resources available to our friends, neighbors and loved ones throughout our region.
Carson City Health and Human Services is a local health department headquartered within the City of Carson City, a consolidated municipality. In addition to Carson City, many of their services expand into Douglas, Lyon and Storey Counties as well. The health department is comprised of the following divisions that provide services to the community: administration, chronic disease prevention & health promotion, clinical services, disease control & prevention, human services, and public health preparedness.
Partnership Carson City's mission is to foster a healthy community by building strong families and successful youth, through education, collaboration and engagement of our citizens. Partnership Carson City offers an array of educational tools designed to support our youth and parents alike, including a list of local services available in the area.
Oral Health Nevada Inc. champions the dental health of all Nevadans whether they are living in our largest cities or in our most rural communities. Their belief is that access to appropriate and affordable dental care should not be a privilege because of income or where in the state a person lives - dental health is something that each Nevadan should be able to choose. Their goal is for better dental public health policies that are supported by science and they serve as a hub for resources to support oral health professionals, decision makers and our residents.