Intercommunity Health Coordination

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Welcome to Delaware County Intercommunity Health Coordination

The Delaware County Department of Intercommunity Health serves residents as a resource and referral center on public health issues. The mission is to promote wellness, protect safety and prevent disease, thereby advancing the public health and safety of all Delaware County residents.

The Department partners with local boards of health, emergency personnel, public health providers and residents to coordinate services, disseminate information and facilitate local response to public health issues.

Delaware County Health Advisory Board


News and Public Health Alerts:

Second Public Flu Shot Clinic to be held Oct. 23

Chester Bureau of Fire Open House

Free Smoke, Fire and Carbon Monoxide Detectors for Chester Residents

FREE Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic for Delaware County Residents - October 9th

CDC Finds Over 150 Possible Cases of Severe Lung Illness Linked to Vaping

More Information on Vaping


Yoga at the Farm - September 7th

Delaware County Recognized as a Leader in the Country for Emergency Readiness Program

Product Recalls

Trauma-informed Counseling Offered in Chester

Trauma and Violence Support Group on Tuesdays

State launches addiction hotline

Head Start Enrollment

MY LIFE 2019 Meeting Flyer

Planning for Medical Marijuana

Download your Emergency Preparedness Guide - in PDF

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About Delaware County

Delaware County, presently consisting of over 184 square miles divided into forty-nine municipalities is the oldest settled section of Pennsylvania.

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