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The Public Health Department is the community’s leader in disease prevention, providing educational programs that assist residents live healthy and active lives.

A-DLC Public Health Department

115 West Commercial Ave.

Anaconda, MT 59711

(406) 563 – 7863

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Completed by the Public Health Department in 2006, the Deer Lodge County Health Profile illustrates the health of our citizenry. This data has informed the Public Health Department and local health advocacy groups of the health needs present in A-DLC, and has led to the development of health initiatives championed by both the County and community organizations. Review the 2006 A-DLC Health Profile here.
The A-DLC Public Health Department offers vaccination services for residents of all ages. The immunization schedule, available here, illustrates the recommended schedule of immunizations for children ages infant to 6 years. For more information about vaccinations download our Parent’s Guide to Immunization brochure here. Call our office at (406) 563.7863 to schedule an appointment. Prior to your appointment print and complete the immunization form for the appropriate age range: Child & Teen Immunization Form or Adult Immunization Form.
Through our Family Planning Program, we help residents ensure their sexual and reproductive health through health information, clinical services, and education. We work with people of any age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Visit our office on Fridays for family planning services.
The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides Federal grants to States for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

Visit the Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Public Health Department Monday through Thursday for WIC services. We also provides lactation education.

The mission of the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program (MTUPP) is to address the public health crisis caused by the use of all forms of commercial tobacco products. MTUPP will work to eliminate tobacco use, especially among young people, through statewide programs and policies.
Free to residents of Anaconda and Butte, these evidence-based programs empower and strengthen family’s life skills based on their individual needs. These programs are made possible through collaboration with the Healthy Families Network. Click here for more information.
Through this program, the Public Health Department offers free home visits assisting young people ages infant to 18 years and their families better manage their asthma. Click here for more information.
Toxic Substances & Disease Registry
Tri-County Addiction Services


Katherine Basirico
Katherine BasiricoDirector

Debra Robinson  |  RN

Jody Fortner | Public Health Nurse

Debbie Colbert | Administrative Assistant, WIC Technician

Robyn Grinolds  |  Parents As Teachers Home Visitor

Siddona Laughlin | Certified Lactation Consultant, Breast Feeding Peer Counselor

Marti Kennerly | Parents as Teachers Home Visitor

Amanda Bohrer | Tobacco Prevention Specialist

Dan Haffey | Tobacco Prevention Specialist