Tahoe Health and Human Services
Placer County Health and Human Services
At the Lake, People Come First
Placing people first, we provide a unified system of quality services to safeguard the health and well-being of people in our communities.
Who We Are
In 1995, Placer County's Health, Welfare, and Community Services Departments were merged into one agency, the Department of Health and Human Services. This agency is organized into several inter-related operating systems employing nearly 950 trained professional and technical staff, primarily focused in the health and social services fields. Our services are available throughout the North Lake Tahoe area in the communities of Tahoe City, Tahoe Vista, Carnelian Bay and Kings Beach.
Services at the Lake
- Health Care
Comprehensive health and dental care.
- Human Services
CalWORKS, Food Stamps, General Relief, Medi-Cal, Employment
- Environmental Health
Food Safety, Hazardous Waste, Environmental Review
- Child and Adult Protective Services
Child and Elder Abuse Reporting and Prevention
- Access 24-hour Crisis Care
Crisis Intervention, Suicide Prevention, Abuse Reporting
- Community Health
Health Education, Newborn Nutrition, Healthy Families, Health Screening
- Animal Services
Animal Shelter, Dog Licensing, Lost Animals, Beach Leash Law Compliance
- Mental Health Services
24-Hour Crisis Line, Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Mental Health Services
- Marriage Licenses
Placer County marriage licenses are available at the Carnelian Bay office by appointment only . Call (530) 546-1900.