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This Web site is a resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with community health. It provides information about community health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features. Regardless of where you begin your search for assistance with community health issues, the Network of Care helps you find what you need. It helps ensure that there is "No Wrong Door" for those who need services.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 15:51

Farmers Market Information

Registered Farmers Market: Means a location where producers congregate to offer one or more of the following food items for sale:

  • Fresh unprocessed fruits or vegetables (un-cut)
  • Cottage foods. (Properly Labeled)
  • Maple Syrup, Sorghum, Honey that is produced according to 3715.021 ORC,
  • 100 cu ft display commercially pre packaged food that is not potentially hazardous
  • Chapter 3717.22 (B)(2)
  • Those items can be sold without a local health license as long as the event and exact location is registered as a farmer’s market with ODA and the above mentioned items are only offered for sale.

Lyme Desease In Ohio


Lyme Disease cases in Ohio have almost doubled in the past two years.  The pincipal vector of Lyme disease is the deer tick.  Surveillence data indicates a recent spread and increase of this tick which has increased the number of human encounters reported to the Ohio Department of Health.  Please see the web sites below for information of not only Lyme disease but other tick borne diseases.  Tick-Borne disease typically occur during spring and summer, although deer ticks are active and may trasmit disease year round.  Contact the Kenton Hardin Health Department or the Ohio Department of Health, Zoonotic Disease Program at 614-752-1029, option 1, if you have questions.

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Kenton Hardin Health Department has collected and assembled helpful phone numbers and information about important community resources for our community. Click on this section to view a listing of these resources. Click below to get information in the Directory:



Kenton-Hardin Health Department immunization clinics on Thursdays 8:45am - 4pm in Kenton.  Appointments are preferred, but walk ins are welcome.  Don’t forget your shot record and your insurance card. See our Calendar for Immunization Clinics.

We now accept most medical insurances as well as Ohio

MecicaidWalk ins are welcome, however, appointments are taken first. If you would like, call to make an appointment 419-673-6230 X1023.

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