The Smoke-Free Illinois Act (SFIA) requires that public places and places of employment must be completely smoke-free inside and within 15 feet from entrances, exits, windows that open and ventilation intakes. This includes but is not limited to:
Public places and buildings, offices, elevators, restrooms, theaters, museums, libraries, educational institutions, schools, commercial establishments, enclosed shopping centers and retail stores, restaurants, bars, taverns and gaming facilities lobbies, reception areas, hallways, meeting rooms, waiting rooms, break rooms and other common-use areas. Concert halls, auditoriums, enclosed or partially enclosed sports arenas, bowling alleys, skating rinks, convention facilities, polling places and private clubs. Hospitals, health care facilities, health care clinics, child care, adult care or other similar social service care centers. No less than 75 percent of hotel or motel sleeping quarters rented to guests. Public conveyances, government-owned vehicles and vehicles open to the public.
Complaints made be made anonymously online by clicking HERE
Complaints may also be made anonymously by calling the Randolph County Health Department at 618.826.5007 ext. 120.
Yes. We do have paper applications for both TANF and SNAP at both offices.
We do not have paper applications for WIC. People interested in WIC can call 618.826.5007 ext. 112 or 113 in Chester, or 618.443.2995 in Sparta. WIC staff will screen for eligibility over the phone.
We do have a list of local area dentists and clients with Medical Cards can call Doral Dental at 1.888.286.2447 to help find a dentist.
No. We do not have a car seat program.
No agency currently inspects, tests, or regulates the presence of mold in your residence, even if you rent. The growth of mold indicates the presence of moisture and the lack of adequate ventilation. Temporary control measures include washing the surface with soap and water and rinsing with a vinegar solution. Portable fans may help in providing ventilation to the surface.
The fee is $100.00
Yes, if you do NOT have an active medical case with the Illinois Department of Human Services.
Yes, if you are pregnant and meet the income guidelines set by Illinois Department of Human Services.
Typically it can take around three days for your milk to come in. Meanwhile, your baby is receiving colostrum. Since that is all your baby needs, there is no need to supplement.
No. There is no live flu virus in the flu shots. They cannot cause the flu.
You may obtain a birth certificate at the Randolph County Clerk’s Office, Randolph County Courthouse. Call 618.826.5000 ext. 112.
The number for the Department of Human Services is 618.826.4558
You can receive family planning services from your healthcare provider or call 211 for social service information.
The travel destination determines the vaccine(s) you will need. Visit the Center’s for Disease Control and Prevention by clicking HERE. Select your destination, answer a few questions, and the website will provide the recommended vaccines.
Locations that offer international travel immunizations:
Barnes Care Traveler’s Health Services
11501 Page Service Road
St. Louis MO 63146
Gateway Regional Medical Center
2044 Madison Ave, Suite G6
Granite City IL 62040
By appointment only.
2025 S Brentwood
St. Louis MO 63144
By appointment only.
Visiting Nurse Association
11440 Olive Blvd, Suite 200
Creve Couer MO 63141
314.918.7171 ext. 1245
By appointment and/or walk-ins welcome.